Unique 0.75 hectare land for sale | Aem Beach Kandal Province
- Property type: Land parcel
- Offer type: For Sale
- City: Kandal Province
- Neighborhood: Kandal
- Original Property ID: KAN.A11
- Lot size: 7500 m²
- City views
- Development potential
- Good ROI
- hard title
- Panoramic river views
- River views
- Road access
This unique and undeveloped Aem Beach 0.75 hectare land parcel with Mekong River frontage near Areyksat is now available for sale.
It is a unique battle axe (T) block, close to the city with 100 metres of river frontage.
The property could be retained as one large single block or subdivided into many smaller properties and sold off developed or not.
Because of the property’s uniqueness of size and shape, it has a quality with good potential for serious investors looking for ‘something different’.
With direct access to the Mekong River, getting to the city will be attractive to buyers looking to moor a boat, subdivide or establish an apartment or business tourist facility to maximize ROI.
The property currently has direct sub road access and is 5 min to the main road to Prey Veng and ferry ports to Phnom Penh City.
With the proposed bridge, amenities will be improved and travel times shortened considerably.
Kandal land features:
- Undeveloped with great potential
- Public electricity and water supply available
- Located in a mixed-use area
- Rectangular in shape, slightly sloping approx. 2m higher than the Mekong River
- Hard Title
- Road access
- Close to ferry (15 min to city)
- River frontage
Original ID: KAN.A11
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Mekong River bridge grand options
Areyksat is facing significant development as the South Korean Ambassador indicated that his government is exploring options of a Mekong River bridge to connect Phnom Penh to Kandal Province.
Areyksat will develop significantly as the South Korean government explores options of a Mekong River bridge to connect Phnom Penh to Kandal Province.
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Nations with similar GDP to Cambodia (e.g. Bangladesh) have a rate around 35%. Cambodia’s is just over 20% and expected to be 36% by 2050.
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- Published: June 28, 2022
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