8 July 2017
No. 64 Kennedy Road was the private residence of the Ngan family for decades but equally has been left abandoned for a long time now too. The plot of land was originally owned by Ho Sau-hong who bought the land in 1905. The site was sold in 1924 to a woman named Wong Yik-mui, the wife of Ngan Shing-kwan, a bus tycoon who died in 2001 aged 100.
There is a guard and he won't let you in to have a look around but you can see the garage at street level and the octagonal turret tower looking up from Kennedy Road. There's a good view looking down from Bowen Road where this magnificent old mansion sits in overgrown grounds next to high rise buildings.
The octagonal turret tower you can see from Kennedy Road.
The garage at street level.
A peak inside.
There is a guard and he won't let you have a look around unfortunately.
Can you see it just in front of the Hopewell Centre?
Viewed from Bowen Road, overgrown grounds with a backdrop of a hundred high rise buildings.