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Sea Ranch - Mystery hotel on island to Macau

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  1. #21

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    It's on the website linked above.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon_simon
    How did you find that out? Does that include rubbish collection?
    http://www.sea-ranch.com.hk/info.html

    MANAGEMENT FEES
    Since the resort needs to pay for its own ferry service to and from Cheung Chau, and also gardeners, security staff and the upkeep of certain common facilities such as sewage, the monthly management fees are higher than a comparable size apartment in Central. The management fees for the 1,450 units is $3,200 per month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emx
    Something wrong with my device, I can't seem to scroll down on the general info page so still can't see it.

    If the prices are up to date, which I got a feeling it ain't, its actually not unaffordable at $2.95M for a unit...maybe a tad inconvenient!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon_simon
    How did you find that out? Does that include rubbish collection?
    It is so expensive because it includes the ferry service to Cheung Chau. At the days the ferries went to Central the place was more convenient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon_simon
    Something wrong with my device, I can't seem to scroll down on the general info page so still can't see it.

    If the prices are up to date, which I got a feeling it ain't, its actually not unaffordable at $2.95M for a unit...maybe a tad inconvenient!
    700,000 seems like a good deal too for a 615sqf apartment!

    http://transactions.gohome.com.hk/re.../Sea-Ranch/en/
    Last edited by jw1701; 07-01-2013 at 12:45 PM.

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    sounds like it has loads of 'character'

    Visiting Sea Ranch today feels like visiting Discovery Bay after a direct hit from a neutron bomb. The southwest Lantau ghost town is shabby, crumbling, and crushingly depressing to visit, but one feels it would make a good horror movie set. The developer went bust in the 1980s and legal proceedings rumbled on for years. There are residents, apparently, but we couldn’t see any on a recent visit.
    http://www.timeout.com.hk/around-tow...hong-kong.html

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    Whats the difference between ASSIGN, ASP and PRO-ASP (last column)?

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    Bringing up an old thread, I found an AirBNB option for the Sea Ranch:

    https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/657313


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    I was excited to see your message and actually go and try it...but....what they want to charge is downright stupid. Why would anyone pay that for Sea Ranch....


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    off topic I guess, and you can't see it from ferry, the Warwick hotel is hidden on the eastern side of Cheung Chau Island

    Warwick hotel


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