17 hectares prime land on National Road 1 for sale | Svay Rieng Bavet
- Property type: Land parcel
- Offer type: For Sale
- City: Phnom Penh
- Neighborhood: Svay Rieng
- Original Property ID: SVRG.001
This prime 17 hectares land, 7km to Bavet City and 10km from the Vietnam border in Svay Rieng province with direct access to National Road 1, is available for sale. Special price of $30/sqm (negotiable).
Land background and description:
Operating organic mango farm with 3,000 trees, securely fenced off and irrigated with canals, reservoirs and wells. Water is high quality due to long term bio organic practices with no insecticides, pesticides, fungicides, herbicides or fertilizer since 1997.
The soil is clean and the area abundant with wildlife. This is a special location opposite the only communal forest in Bavet (Prey Koki) near the Mango Temple and the former location of the oldest mango tree in Svay Rieng.
A stone house is near the entrance with a well and 2 ponds. There is a turtle / frog breeding area 70m x 35m protected by a stone wall in the middle of the property. There are 2 walled ponds (10m x 30m) used for fish or frog raising and a number of small roads cross the property.
This property is a tranquil spot near Bavet which could be developed for exclusive residential, leisure or medical use.
- Hard title
- Price negotiable
Original ID: SVRG.001
About Svay Rieng:
Svay Rieng is a province located in southeast Cambodia, jutting into Vietnam. The capital is Svay Rieng and the largest city is Bavet which is the international border of Cambodia and Vietnam. The only other Cambodian province to border Svay Rieng is Prey Veng.
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- Published: August 12, 2022
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