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3 Bed House
BK-47222 is a 301 square meter House with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms that is available For Sale. It is part of The Grand Wongwan-Prachauthit in Thung Khru and was completed in 2013 Dec. You can purchase this House freehold for a base price of ฿6,400,000 (฿21,248/Sq.M)
3 Bed House
BK-42450 is a 150 square meter House with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms that is available For Sale. It is part of Mu ban Phenphon in Thung Khru. You can purchase this House freehold for a base price of ฿4,200,000 (฿28,000/Sq.M)
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The average price per square meter for a House For Sale in Thung Khru is ฿31,438, which is 406% below the average price per square meter in Bangkok that is ฿159,160.
Thung Khru is one of the 50 districts (khet) of Bangkok, Thailand. The district is bounded by (clockwise from north) Rat Burana District of Bangkok, Amphoe Phra Pradaeng and Amphoe Phra Samut Chedi of Samut Prakan Province, Bang Khun Thian and Chom Thong of Bangkok. Khet Thung Khru is a second-order administrative division. The district was established as Rat Burana. It became Khet Thung Khru in 1998. It was then moved back to Thonburi Province until Thonburi and Bangkok were merged. Thung Khru means 'the plain in the larger area'. "Thung" is a Thai word which means 'flat land' while "khru" has several meanings. It is thought that khru here stands for a kind of utensil woven and coated for water transport, hence an indication that the area was once famous for the handicraft. Thung Khru has two sub-districts (khwaeng), Bang Mot and Thung Khru. Although Buddhist temples in Thung Khru are not remarkable, with the possible exceptions of Wat Thung Khru, Wat Phutthabucha and Wat Bang Mot. Places of worship representing other religions are well represented. Neighboring districts are (from the west clockwise) Thung Khru, Rat Burana, Yan Nawa, Khlong Toei, Phra Khanong, and Bang Na (all Bangkok), and the districts Mueang Samut Prakan and Phra Samut Chedi of Samut Prakan. It is at a large bend of the Chao Phraya River. The Bang Mot tangerine is grown in the area.