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One of the most magnificent estates on Hua Hin South sited on a big plot of 3000 Sq.m.2 with 600 Sq.m. of living area. The land has a surface of 3.036 Sq.m. (1r; 3ng,39tw) and the titles are full Chanote. The garden, completely surrounded by walls is beautifully landscaped in 2 levels: The upper level is a terrace with a long salted overflow swimming pool 17m and a lawn with flower trees; the lower level surrounding the house and the terrace has a collection of big trees. The building This beautiful and elegant residence, built 6 years ago, in the colonial-Italian style, is composed of a 2 storied main house and 2 single-floor pavilions; they have each a large veranda linked by elevated open-air corridors around a long overflow salted swimming pool (17x5 m.) The main house The first floor is composed of: the entrance with a wide staircase (23 Sq.m.) a vast living room (72 Sq.m.) with a ceiling of 3 meters high. a parquet made of precious redwood; opening on a very spacious veranda (130 sq.m.); an equipped kitchen and dep. (24 Sq.m.), guest toilets, and technical cupboard. The second floor is composed of a common entrance; on the left, the master bedroom (40 Sq.m.) plus dressing room, bath and shower room; on the right, a second room (23 Sq.m.) with a small entrance, cupboard, and a shower room. These rooms have a parquet of first quality “ Mai Pradu” they open on a wide veranda (33 Sq.m.) with a fine view on the sea, the garden, and the surrounding hills. The northern Pavillon 2 bedrooms with parquet in Mai Pradu, of nearly 23 Sq.m. each separated by a corridor-dressing opening on a wide bath and shower room plus a veranda. The southern Pavillon Composed of one room (study and library) with parquet in “ Mai Pradu” and a shower room (33 Sq.m.) plus veranda The basement Under the houses and the outside corridors, there is a very vast basement which is partly equipped and could be transformed. The staff house is situated in the lower garden and is composed of two rooms, a shower room, and a small kitchen. The garage at the entrance. The equipment water supply delivered by the town of Hua Hin plus an artesian well and two big tanks of water; Electricity: 220 volts, 3 phases, with a transformer of 160 KVA.
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.