|3-Bedrooms + 1 Bathroom, 118.80 sqm|
Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Park Mansion Mita Tsunamachi The Forest is a brand-new, 11-storey condominium located on a large 6,100 sqm site directly south of the Australian Embassy. It is directly across the street from the gardens of the historic members-only Tsunamachi Mitsui Club as well as Mitsui’s very first Park Mansion building – Mita Tsunamachi Park Mansion (1971).
Residents and their guests can enter via a 50 meter long sweeping driveway that leads to the formal entrance. Upon entering the foyer with stained-glass by Albano Poli and stonework by Masatoshi Izumi, they will be greeted by a concierge counter which can provide assistance with arranging house-keeping, catering, calling taxis, and so on. The 3rd floor will have a fitness room with ‘Technogym’ equipment designed by Italian architect Antonion Citterio. Residents can choose to relax in the lounges, and can host functions or guests in the private villa located in a secluded corner of the grounds. The villa contains a kitchen and entertaining area, bedroom and large bathroom with spa tub.
The building will be surrounded by carefully landscaped gardens designed by California-based Daniel Garness. The gardens will feature a number of traditional Japanese lanterns and stonework and will blend seamlessly with the adjoining embassy.
Several of the car-parks in the basement will contain plug-in points for Hybrid cars.
The most desirable apartments are those facing north and east as they overlook the embassy and Mitsui Club grounds.
This is a 3-Bedroom apartment on the 8th floor. It is east facing and includes a master bedroom with walk-in closet, a separate storage closet, separate guest toilet, and a bathroom with double-basin vanity.
The Park Mansion series of apartments are the highest-grade offering by Mitsui Fudosan Residential and are considered one of the most luxurious brands of apartments in Japan. They are generally suited towards owner-occupiers and have spacious floor plans and quality finishes.
About the location
While much of the Mita area is lowlands that was originally home to merchants and commoners, the elevated plateau of Mita-Tsunamachi was home to several stately daimyo residences. Today, the large grounds of these Edo-period mansions still remains largely intact. The Australian Embassy was once the home of the family of Marquis Hachisuka. A British-style mansion once stood on the grounds where the embassy is now located, with landscaped gardens on the southern slope (where Park Mansion is being built). It is said that samurai was born on this site, which explains the origin of the Tsunamachi area name. Several of the large trees from the original garden have been preserved, including a large eucalyptus tree which will be a focal point in the new gardens.
To the east is the Tsunamachi Mitsui Club. This land has been in the Mitsui family since the Meiji period. The current building was built in 1913 by architect Joseph Conder.
|Size:||118.80 sqm (1,278 sq.ft)|
|Balcony:||7.72 sqm (83 sq ft)|
|Construction:||11-storeys, Reinforced concrete|
|No. of apartments:||98|
|Developed by:||Mitsui Fudosan Residential|
|Constructed by:||Kajima Corporation|
|Managed by:||Mitsui Fudosan Residential Service|
|Land size:||6,150.54 sqm|
|Pets:||Negotiable (some restrictions apply)|
|Monthly building fees:|
|Repair fund:||10,340 Yen|
|*Inspection by advance appointment only.|
|Last updated:||February 21, 2016.||Next update (scheduled):||–|
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