A hidden idyll

A hidden idyll

A hidden idyll


Villa Lucca

A hidden idyll, an aerial view of a resort in Hong Kong.

In an exquisite part of Hong Kong, Villa Lucca residences comprise stylish modern homes with sea views and a mountain backdrop

Surrounded by the magnificent mountains of Pat Sin Leng and featuring spectacular views of Plover Cove Reservoir and Tolo Harbour, Villa Lucca is a contemporary low-rise, sea-view residential complex in the Tai Po Hillside, Hong Kong. Developed by Hysan Development and HKR International, the residence comprises luxury garden houses and apartments with tree-shaded boulevards, offering homebuyers a taste of European-style splendour in a beautiful part of Hong Kong.

“Villa Lucca provides a total of 262 garden houses and apartments with a low-density design and enviable views,” says Violet Lam, General Manager, Business Development and Marketing at HKR International. “All 14 apartment blocks are only five storeys high, and all apartments feature a private lift lobby.”

A hidden idyll with large windows in a modern living room.

Villa Lucca features more than 100,000 square feet of greenery and landscaped areas, with more than 1,000 trees that span several species, catering for people who enjoy spaciousness and harmonious living with nature. Typical units feature two to four bedrooms and range in size from 1,010 to 3,760 square feet. There are a further 34 houses with four or five bedrooms and two signature houses, from 3,245 to 8,030 square feet in size. All kitchens in the houses are equipped with the finest appliances by Gaggenau and cabinets by Modulnova, while the car-park design is based on the wine cellars of European castles.

The expansive residence club house, Club Lucca, was designed by the UK’s renowned David Collins Studio. Stretching across 34,000 square feet, it underlines the elegance and tranquillity of the mountain retreat. The club has around 30 recreational facilities, including an indoor and outdoor swimming pool that are connected by a spiral staircase. There is also a banquet hall named Grand Lucca, a winetasting lounge, library and gym.

A hidden idyll, an aerial view of a resort in Hong Kong.

“Residents of Villa Lucca can enjoy a comprehensive range of facilities,” says Jessica Yip, Director of Office and Residential at Hysan Development. “The entire design exudes modernity and style, as exemplified in the meticulous selection of building materials, exquisite marble flooring, fine furniture and the beautiful combination of colours throughout.”

Surrounded by lush green mountains and the sea, Villa Lucca represents a hidden gem for those who appreciate the privacy and peace of a mountain retreat yet yearn for a whole new meaning of home.