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Phuket Pads: Hide out in Nai Harn home

Legacy Phuket Gazette



PHUKET: A very unusual yet stunning two-storey, four-bedroom modern Thai-style home is hiding in Nai Harn, only 1 kilometer from the famous beach and beautiful Nai Harn Lagoon.

This is one of the most coveted locations in which one can live on the island because of its access to upscale lifestyle venues.

This home is extremely private, located alone in a cul-de-sac with a mountain backdrop.

The house itself is truly impressive – a striking, modern interpretation of Thai-tropical design.

The entrance opens onto a great open-plan room with a double-height cathedral ceiling, ensuring a cool interior. It features fully-glassed walls at both ends, which are supported by huge pillars on top of parquet and tile floors.

The ceiling eaves are teak, and the large area consists of both living and dining spaces plus a
designer kitchen, which features ample space for storage as well as top-quality stainless steel

The kitchen hatch opens onto an outside lounge and dining area, which is perfect for serving
food, entertaining and hosting barbecues.

Three of the four bedrooms sit on the ground level, with the master suite is on the upper floor, accessible by a grand staircase.

The master suite features a wrap-around balcony overlooking the living area below.

The bedrooms, with teak floors, all have built-in or walk-in wardrobes and en-suite baths and natural features for a spa-like feel.

The upper floor has a game room with a pool table and a private balcony overlooking the pool.
The swimming pool features a built-in jacuzzi and a rock-wall water feature.

The house is fully furnished and includes internet. It is built to universal building codes and has ducted air-conditioning, as well as fans.

There is a maid’s room, dedicated laundry room, car port and a half-bathroom on the ground floor. The total land area is 780sqm and the interior is 400sqm.

The house is going for 22.9 million baht. Offer terms freehold and has been reduced for quick sale.

For more information contact Patrick Lusted at Siam Real Estate, quote reference number: HSIL6309. Please call 076-288908 or visit

— Patrick Lusted


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