Phuket Property: Cleat condos add to Krabi

PHUKET: The Cleat condominium, a residence in the Krabi Boat Lagoon, recently
announced the exciting launch of a new phase of the project. Phase 1 was first launched in March of this year, with 15 units set to be complete by June.

The Cleat offers low-rise waterfront condos, has four buildings with a total of 62 units, and is located inside Krabi Boat Lagoon in a small cluster, designed to enhance the concept of green living. Each unit is available either for sale or long-term lease.

Foreigners can only own up to 49% of the units.

Ground floor units are reserved for retail space and those interested in setting up business services. Living units are on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors. Single bedroom mangrove sea view units range in size from 37-45 square meters and marina view 2-bedroom, duplex and triplex suites, range in size from 72-160sqm.

According to the developer, this condominium represents a rare opportunity for both property investment and the support of green living.

The Cleat condominium will soon become one of the recognizable fixtures of the exclusive marina and the development has been designed with a nautical theme, in a location likely to see steady demand from the marine community.

Developers say they are dedicated to providing customers with good benefits and facilities for boat owners – all in the choice location of Krabi Boat Lagoon. If you would like to find out more about the lifestyle opportunities presented by the development, visit and see for yourself. Units have been available for rent since March 2013, with rental price determined upon request.

For more info contact Khun Thidarat Cherdchom at: or by phone on: +66 (0) 76 238 948.

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