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Laguna Park project unveiled

Legacy Phuket Gazette

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PHUKET: Project plans and fully-furnished show units of the island’s latest middle-upper income residential project, Laguna Park, were previewed this morning at the project’s sales office.

Developed by Laguna Property, part of the Laguna Resorts and Hotels and the Banyan Tree Group, the project will be the island’s largest residential community, comprising up to 2,000 homes when fully completed.

Located adjacent to Laguna Phuket and overlooking the golf course, the launch of Laguna Park coincides with growing demands of the market.

“As more visitors experience what Phuket has to offer, an increasing number of people decide to lay down roots here with the purchase of a primary or secondary home. Over the years, Laguna Property has experienced first-hand the increasing demand for quality homes situated in a safe environment and built by an established, trustworthy developer,” said Mr. Stuart Reading, Deputy MD of Laguna Resorts and Hotels.

Laguna Park will be located adjacent to Laguna Phuket, a well-known integrated resort destination comprising five star resorts, a golf course, residences, a shopping village, spas, restaurants and bars. Positioned to provide primary homes to residents, Laguna Park offers all the appealing facilities, amenities, and services that collectively make up what is referred to as the ‘Laguna Lifestyle’.

The gated development will provide a secure and sound environment for a family-friendly community, embodying the project’s concept of “Growing Together”.

The Townhomes measure 173 sqm of built-up area and feature two bedrooms and four bathrooms, with an option to add a third bedroom and private rooftop Jacuzzi. The three-story residences, suitable for couples or small families, are priced from 6.7 million baht.

The Villas offer 340 sqm of built-up area and feature four bedrooms and five bathrooms, with an option to add a fifth bedroom and private rooftop swimming pool. The three-story standalone homes are suitable for families, and are priced from 12.4 million baht.

Facilities include a beach club area, with a clubhouse to be built as part of Phase Two of the development. Homeowners will also receive a resident’s card which offers privileges and discounts at Laguna Phuket.

The first phase will comprise approximately 500 units, including 240 townhomes and villas, and 280 condominiums. The condominiums, will be one-bedroom in configuration, designed to cater to singles or couples and will be launched in the latter part of 2013.

Construction for Phase One is expected to commence in early 2014.

Having operated in the location for over 25 years, Laguna Property is able to offer homeowners comprehensive after-sales and property management services, so owners can rest assured their needs will be well taken care of.

The addition of Laguna Park will further diversify Laguna Property’s already broad property portfolio, catering to varying buyer demographics with different product positioning and corresponding price points. The company also boasts an extensive land bank, for which plans are in the pipeline for development in the future.

Show units are now open at Laguna Property’s new Property Sales Centre, located near the entrance to Laguna Phuket, where customers can find more information about Laguna Park, as well as the group’s property portfolio on Phuket and worldwide.

For more information, visit www.lagunaproperty.com or call +66 (0)76 362 333.

 

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