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This condominium estate of eight units in Rawai is the perfect place to enjoy your time in Phuket if you appreciate comfort and luxury. The units on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th floors all include stunning views of the sea. Both penthouses have their own private swimming pools and sala on the rooftop terrace. The terrace adds an extra 75 square meters to each penthouse, totalling 140 square meters of floor space. The other units come in at a spacious 65 square meters.
This 2nd floor unit comes with one bedroom, an ensuite bathroom with cupboards, air conditioning, fans, built-in wardrobes, a Western-style kitchen with appliances and cupboards, WiFi, cable TV, and a cozy living room that ties it all together. Each unit is fitted with UPVC double glazed windows. There is also a communal, 28 square meter swimming pool and a car park area big enough for 8 cars and 20 motorbikes.
High quality materials have been throughout the construction and the estate has been built to a British standard. The building was completed in March of 2015.
The development is just a few minutes away from some of Rawai’s finest beaches, restaurants, and schools. Anything you could want, from fresh markets to shopping malls to entertainment venues, is just a short drive away. There is also a friendly local taxi service nearby to help you get around, if need be.
Rawai is one of Phuket’s best kept secrets: a beautiful beach village popular among Thais and expats, but removed from the crowds and noise of the high-tourist areas. When compared to many other areas on the island, Rawai is not as developed, but you won’t have to sacrifice modern amenities for the friendly, small town atmosphere.
The ownership agreement for the property is a 30+ year, leasehold chanote title. All apartments are priced between 3.5 and 6 million baht, with a rental return of 8-10% per year.
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