- Air Conditioning
- BBQ / entertainment area
- Ceiling fans
- City views
- Close to CBD
- Close to Central Market
- Close to French Embassy
- Close to schools
- Close to USA Embassy
- Contemporary design
- EDC and Water State rates
- Fully furnished
- High ceilings
- Large open plan spaces
- Natural light
- Parking nearby
- Private terrace
- Tourism location
Here is a masterful design – generously proportioned 3-bedroom apartment for sale near Central Market in central Phnom Penh!
Look no further. Here it is… hitting the market with aplomb!
Located in the very centre of town, with city views and direct street access from both sides.
This is a home that will suit a small family or friends with a need for loads of space and a designer flair.
All bedrooms are very large with en-suite bathrooms. Two have access to private balcony/terraces.
The living area is massive with a soaring cathedral ceiling and direct access to a private terrace with views of Monyvong Boulevard.
Come and have a look and put in an offer.
We believe this property won’t be available for long.
Original ID: MAK.A14
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About Prampi Makara
Prampi Makara (7 January) named after the day when the Kampuchean People’s Revolutionary Armed Forces and Vietnamese troops liberated the capital from the Khmer Rouge in 1979.
It is literally in the centre of Phnom Penh; a web of narrow streets with every shop imaginable, all seemingly headed towards Orussey Market.
It is the real Phnom Penh, the beating heart, the raw flesh where shop owners and stall holder ply their trades.
A look up and you will see the pre-Pol Pot face of the city: the Khmer take of Modernism.
Prampi Makara is also the smallest district in Phnom Penh. It is subdivided into 8 Sangkats – Monorom, Mittapheap, Veal Vong, Orussey I, Orussey II, Orussey III, Orussey IV and Boeung Prolit – and 33 Kroms.
It has an area of 2.2 km² and in 1998 had 96,192 inhabitants, making it one of the most densely populated parts of the city.
And yet, it is often overlooked.
Westerners tend to head towards Daun Penh or Chamkarmon as if nothing else matters.
The Chinese appear only to want to be in BKK 1, in close proximity to Naga World. Both ends of the investor/renter spectrum look elsewhere.
Here you can buy or rent living spaces for half the price of other areas. They will have character and the moment you step into the street, the city presents itself in its fullness.
Orussey Market watches over all – chaos by day, an eerie stillness by night. Barely 700m north are Vattanac and Canadia Towers and 400m south west is Molyvann’s Olympic Stadium.
To the immediate south BKK 1 and east, Riverside.
It is all there… waiting.
Daun Penh: the real Phnom Penh?
Day and night Riverside, Daun Penh, is busy. It is probably the real downtown Phnom Penh where the oldest parts of the city are located.
I am referring to Wat Phnom, Phsar Chas, Phsar Kandal, Chey Chumneas and Chaktomuk and the Royal Palace and National Museum of course!
Preah Sisowath (honoring King Sisowath 1904 to 1927 reign) is the avenue / boulevard running along the riverfront.
It starts at the Buddhist Institute near Sothearos Boulevard. Then continues north to the Japanese Bridge where it becomes National Road 6 leading north to Battambang.
Generations of days gone by have left their footprints from Angkor kings to French colonists to UN troops.
Riverside witnesses the confluence of the Mekong, Tonle Sap and Bassac rivers and where the Water Festival is best viewed each November.
It is always stunning, especially at sunup and sundown.
In Riverside, there is a wide selection of restaurants, wellbeing services, hotels, shops and bars aimed at tourists.
Among the restaurants, you will find good selections – German, Italian, French, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai, Indonesian and Malaysian.
- ID: 33604
- Published: February 10, 2024
- Last Update: February 10, 2024
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