Price: 119,800,000 yen
- 3 Bedrooms
- Historic Area of Yokohama, close to Tokyo
- Ultra-luxury condominium
Welcome to High Court Palaise 244, a building that marries modern style to this most historic of areas.
Yamate is the district that diplomats, industrialists and pioneers from around the world made their home during Japan`s great opening up in the late 19th century. As the years past, they were joined by many of the country`s most prominent families who preserved and adapted the imported western styles into their own way of living.
The mix makes for a part of Japan that is at once reminiscent of Europe, with large, brick houses sporting columned verandas and comfortable tree-lined streets. Most Japanese residents will know it as Yamate, but informally it retains the old name, `The Bluff.`
Today the area mixes the well-preserved, historic houses with more modern units designed to compliment. Protected by local rules, buildings here can not be more than 3 storeys high and commercial units or public transport are not permitted, ensuring the character of the past remains. What you find here is a community with the feeling of a small European village, but one that still looks-out on bustling Yokohama and is also only 40 minutes by train from central Tokyo.
Japanese residents continue to also be attracted here, lured by that unique lifestyle and history. This is a community built around boutique coffee houses, parks, museums and the Yokohama International school. It is an area where cultural exchanges are built into the local fabric, where children can walk about safely and where, as in the past, residents continue to live in great comfort while meeting in exchanging in exceptional locales.
The High Court Palaise 244 is unique it that it is a ultra-luxury condo building that has been discreetly built into a hill and to blend in with its location. Designed by Atelier Y`s, the rooms of the residence are built to the highest of modern standards and offer an expansive layout, modern walk-in bathrooms, large open planned living-dining areas and western style kitchens with high-grade appliances. Large balconies make it a genuine pleasure to sit outside on a sunny day. The building is also close to the Harbour View Park, with the former British consul`s residence, the Yokohama Foreign General Cemetery, the Italian Garden Park, Berrick Hall, Yamate 111 House, Bluff 18 House and the Yamate 234 House. It is not a long walk to the local Station which offers links to central Yokohama and beyond to Shibuya station in Tokyo.
There is only one residence remaining, so interested parties are advised to move quickly.
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