PHUKET: Nai Harn has long been a popular area of Phuket among expats and holiday makers. The sense of being on Phuket, but in an area that feels a bit isolated from the rest of the island is one of the draws, along with the beautiful beach and lush landscape.
Nai Harn Baan Bua was launched in 1999 and now encompasses around 150 rai (24,000 square meters) of land with five different projects within the development. Baan Bua phase one and Baan Pratum have already sold out and Baan Bua phase two only has three units remaining. The other projects – Baan Pattama and Baan Boondharik – are expected to be just as popular.
Baan Pattama’s villas are designed around a canal village theme in a contemporary Thai design.
The project consists of 15 single-storey villas with four villa designs to choose from that come in one, two or three-bedrooms.
The one-bedroom villas are 120sqm and the 3-bedroom villas are 305sqm with the land area ranging from 195sqm to 520sqm. Prices range from 7.8 million baht to 18.9 mn baht.
The villas are designed to allow air and light to easily flow through, and feature a high ceiling, large glass doors and windows. The outdoor area is spacious and allows for outdoor living with the more expensive villas coming with a pool.
All bedrooms are en suite and the master bedroom has a view of the pool on one side and the canal on the other.
Baan Boondharik will be based around the idea of ‘Modern Zen’ focusing on the key points of a simple, tranquil, relaxed yet stylish way of life.
The villas will be designed with a court yard as the focal piece of the home complete with garden and glass dome roof that can be viewed from the main rooms in the house.
Baan Boondharik comprises 23 plots covering 17,600 square meters and the plot sizes range in size from 308 to 902sqm, with four choices of villas consisting of 2 and 3-bedroom designs covering a living area of 270 to 310 sqm.
Prices start at 11.9 million baht for a 2-bedroom villa with private pool and the price includes built in furniture in certain rooms and kitchen appliances. Other kitchen appliances and loose furniture will not be included in the price but furniture packages are available for a separate fee.
The project launched in January 2012 and is expected to take between 18-24 months to complete. A show house is expected to be ready by November 2012.
Baan Bua phase 2 is a bit different to the other projects as the owner is given the chance to design his or her villa, alongside an architect, in a Thai-Balinese style.
Once the layout is complete and the owner has completed their design each villa will have it’s own unique feel tailored to its owner.
Villas take 10-12 months to complete depending on size. This idea is obviously quite a popular one as there are only three plots left. Villa sizes range from 450sqm to 650sqm and land area ranges from 1,104 to 1,807 sqm.
For more information please visit allaboutresidence.com.
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