Thailand’s most expensive condominium: $7m

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Villa in the Q Twelve project: $4 million

Thailand’s property market has been thriving over the past years, with lots of new property developments in the Central Business District and the main artery, Sukhumvit Road, popping up.

Prices since have surged to around 150,000 to 250,000 baht $4,790 to $7,990) per square meter for luxury property at prime locations, but are still comparably reasonable at around 100,000 ($3,195) baht for mid-range condos.

A survey by bangkok-based Agency for Real Estate Affairs released on August 15 showed that the most expensive condominium in the capital is a luxury property of Ritz-Carlton Residences Bangkok in the MahaNakhon Tower, currently under development, for no less than 222 million baht ($7 million). The condo comes with skyboxes, terraces, double height ceilings, duplexes and design interiors, and some of the 200 residences in teh tower have already been picked up buyers from the UAE.

The most expensive townhouse in Bangkok, in comparison, is a property offered in a project by Quality House in Taling Chan district. The two-storey house in the Q Twelve project covers 915 square meters and costs 126.5 million baht ($4 million).



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[caption id="attachment_14083" align="alignleft" width="187"] Villa in the Q Twelve project: $4 million[/caption] Thailand's property market has been thriving over the past years, with lots of new property developments in the Central Business District and the main artery, Sukhumvit Road, popping up. Prices since have surged to around 150,000 to 250,000 baht $4,790 to $7,990) per square meter for luxury property at prime locations, but are still comparably reasonable at around 100,000 ($3,195) baht for mid-range condos. A survey by bangkok-based Agency for Real Estate Affairs released on August 15 showed that the most expensive condominium in the capital is a...

Q 12
Villa in the Q Twelve project: $4 million

Thailand’s property market has been thriving over the past years, with lots of new property developments in the Central Business District and the main artery, Sukhumvit Road, popping up.

Prices since have surged to around 150,000 to 250,000 baht $4,790 to $7,990) per square meter for luxury property at prime locations, but are still comparably reasonable at around 100,000 ($3,195) baht for mid-range condos.

A survey by bangkok-based Agency for Real Estate Affairs released on August 15 showed that the most expensive condominium in the capital is a luxury property of Ritz-Carlton Residences Bangkok in the MahaNakhon Tower, currently under development, for no less than 222 million baht ($7 million). The condo comes with skyboxes, terraces, double height ceilings, duplexes and design interiors, and some of the 200 residences in teh tower have already been picked up buyers from the UAE.

The most expensive townhouse in Bangkok, in comparison, is a property offered in a project by Quality House in Taling Chan district. The two-storey house in the Q Twelve project covers 915 square meters and costs 126.5 million baht ($4 million).



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