- Property type: Condo / Condominium
- Offer type: For Sale
- City: Phnom Penh
- Neighborhood: Russian Market
- Original Property ID: BTB.B4
- Bedrooms: 1
- Bathrooms: 1
- Property size: 46 m²
- 24 Hour Security
- Air Conditioning
- CCTV security
- City views
- Close to embassies
- Close to Russian Market
- Close to schools
- Elevator access
- Fire alarms
- Fitness Centre
- Fully furnished
- hard title
- Natural light
- Off-street parking
- Roof terrace
- Swimming Pool
- Washing machine
This elegant 1 bedroom apartment, offering great value, is just now available for sale near Russian Market in Boeung Trabek, Chamkarmon.
Constructed in 2018, the surrounding areas are being developed with numerous residential and commercial flagship buildings underway.
The building stands 20 floors high, housing 190 residential units. Each are different types and sizes, but all benefit from designed natural light and airflow.
The complex comes with mid-end facilities including a spectacular roof terrace and swimming pool from which to enjoy the Phnom Penh skyline. Other facilities include – modern elevators, fitness centre, fire protection systems, lobby services, CCTV and parking.
This apartment occupies 46sqm (gross) on the 9th floor, accessed by elevator and comes fully furnished.
Good reasons to buy this apartment:
- Foreigner friendly – strata title
- Central location in an area yet to escalate
- Good return on investment
- Affordable price
- Quality facilities
- Garbage collection / reception services
- 1 bedroom / 1 bathroom
- Kitchenette with an electric oven and refrigerator
- 6m x 2m balcony with plumbed washing machine
Original ID: BTB.B4
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Russian Market area:
The busy districts surrounding Russian Market are some of the best in Phnom Penh for tourists and locals alike. Its name harks back to the large Russian expat population back in the 1980s.
In the market, you will find many souvenirs, such as silk cloth and scarves from the provinces, stone Buddha carvings and other religious icons, western and local handbags and branded clothing from local factories. Further inside is an array of fresh foods – fruit, vegetables, seafood and fish.
There are also household items like lamps, wood carvings, fabrics and kitchen wares. At night there are many restaurants serving freshly grilled seafood.
Well priced accommodation centre around the market and Wat Toul Tom Pong. Nearby you will find many retail outlets catering to foreigners like – Zando, Sundown, Brand Collection, Corner Cafe, Vega, Brown, Starbucks and Amazon Cafe.
On virtually every corner there is a pub or bar where you can find anything from cheap beer to high-end wines and cocktails. If you live here, you will be within walking distance to everything.
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- ID: 17195
- Published: September 21, 2022
- Last Update: September 21, 2022
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