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Situated on the esteemed and prestigious high end private estate called Baan Ing Phu 25 minutes west of Hua Hin, you are surrounded by swathes of land owned by the Royal family on one side, and Black Mountain Golf Club on the other side.
This private villa consists of a land size of 1100 square meters with a beautifully landscaped, topical garden.
The total built up area covers a total of 400 square meters, where the interior living space inside walls and doors is 250 square meters.
The interior of the house is absolutely stunning and all finishing and construction has been completed to the highest standard.
Walking into the main entrance, you are greeted by tall, vaulted ceilings with thick wooden cross bars in the lounge and living room – which combines with a large and open plan indoor dining area and state of the art European kitchen with all the modern appliances you will ever need.
The colour palate of the home was chosen from the olive green shades of the south of France – and the amazing kitchen reflects these colours beautifully.
Spend your time out on the large covered terrace facing the lush tropical garden with views of the mountain from which Black Mountain Golf Club received its namesake.
Around the corner from the outdoor lounge suite is a fully built in BBQ area.
All bedrooms are incredibly spacious and all have en-suite bathrooms with walk in showers, double sinks and ample storage cabinets.
The home features a dedicated pantry with floor to ceiling storage cabinets and a built in wine fridge.
Behind the large covered car port is a storage room that can easily be converted into a living maids quarters if need be.
Foreign nationals can own the building (villa) in their own name but not the land that it stands on.
Foreign nationals cannot own land in Thailand. The options in which a foreigner can control the land are via a 30-year lease or by purchasing the land through a Thai company.
These common area maintenance (CAM) fees are paid by owners for the upkeep of the common areas of condominiums and housing projects. For new residential developments, it is common to pay up to 1-3 years’ management fees in advance upon the transfer of the unit’s ownership.