Shouson Hill is a hill in the southern part of Hong Kong, located between Wong Chuk Hang and Deep Water Bay. Its name originates from the first Chinese member of the Executive Council during the colonial era. Shouson Hill is considered an upscale residential area, with Shouson Hill Road being the street known for luxurious residences. Due to the low residential density and the prevalence of standalone houses, Shouson Hill offers high levels of privacy, with some properties enjoying panoramic views of Deep Water Bay. As a result, it has attracted many dignitaries and affluent individuals to settle in the area.
Near Shouson Hill, residents can find amenities such as Repulse Bay Beach, Ocean Park, and hiking trails, catering to recreational needs. For shopping necessities, Shouson Place has a supermarket to serve residents' daily needs. Alternatively, residents can head to the commercial district of Causeway Bay for more extensive shopping options, with malls like Times Square, Hysan Place, and Sogo Department Store. In terms of transportation, there are minibus routes within the area connecting to Causeway Bay, Wong Chuk Hang, Happy Valley, Aberdeen, and other locations.
Residential properties in the area are concentrated around Shouson Hill Road, including Country Villa, Elite Villas, Evergreen Gardens, Grenbelle Gardens, Henredon Court, Jade Crest, Joy Garden, Las Pinadas, Orchid Valley, Pak Villa, Pine Lodge, Shouson Garden, Shouson Peak, Shouson Villa, Springfield Gardens, Unicorn Gardens, Villa De Hellew and Woodland Villa. Bay Villas and Flamaglo are located by the sea, offering unbeatable views of Deep Water Bay, making them top choices for luxury living.