The actress stayed in a sprawling property, complete with a private pool and elevator, on a new estate on the Peak

The luxury home actress Nicole Kidman lived in while filming Expats, an upcoming Amazon Prime series, in Hong Kong last year has been revealed.

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Located on the Peak and part of the Twenty Peak Road by V estate, the villa, which is named Carlyle, takes up 9,419 sq ft across three storeys. It boasts three bedrooms with en suites, two family rooms, a private pool, an elevator, rooftop terrace, garden and parking spaces.

Taking inspiration from the stately homes of Paris, the house features limestone exteriors.

Inside, the design is the work of Raymond Chan of Hong Kong-based interior design company Ply Union.

The estate is developed by The V Group, which is headed by Hong Kong developer Vivien Chan.

Three other houses form the rest of Twenty Peak Road by V. Carlyle is the largest home on the estate; the rest measure between 7,148 and 7,749 sq ft. All four homes take inspiration from the art deco style of architecture.

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Kidman, who was in Hong Kong in summer 2021 to film Expats, was caught in controversy after it was revealed that she had been exempt from strict Covid-19 quarantine rules the government imposed on arrivals. She departed the city in October last year.

Expats is based on the 2016 novel The Expatriates by Janice Y K Lee. Directed by Lulu Wang, it follows the vibrant lives of a group of affluent Hong Kong transplants. 

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