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PHUKET: Kamala is an area full of designer condos and luxurious sprawling villas. To really find any privacy and escape the construction in a part of Phuket that’s being built every hour of every day is no easy task.

Kamala Waterside will be a tropical oasis situated on one rai of land in one of the most sought after addresses on Phuket.

Located next to a lake, surrounded by lush landscape, the 7-storey building will boast 30 condominium units in total.

Owners can choose between a studio, one bedroom and two bedroom units, ranging in size from a 35 square meter studio to a 129 sqm two bedroom condo.

Each floor will have between 3 to 6 units fitted with Ikea kitchens. The building’s modern design and cutting-edge energy saving technology aims to give owners a sense of well-being.

Helping to increase the owners’ quality of life, the development plans to have a spacious lobby lounge and glass-house equipped with an automated electrical system, which will give the owners an area of comfort without congestion.

Facilities at the property will include a swimming pool with Jacuzzi and sun deck, children’s swimming pool, fitness center, waterfall feature, garden and WiFi. Nestled away in the landscapes near Phuket Fantasea means the development is within proximity to Kamala town and of course, the fantastic beach.

Kamala Waterside will offer its guests unrivaled views and the location is unlike a lot of condominiums in the area, affirms Amin Khan, Chief Executive Officer of Two season Real estate.

“Our lake-side property is in a very peaceful area. The units come with a sea view or mountain view and are very private. Kamala Waterside is a place where owners can relax and unwind surrounded by nature” he said.

The condominiums were offered off plan at a pre-sale event at Jungceylon, attracting tenants by offering a free Yamaha motorbike to everybody who signed a sales contract. With units starting price going at 55,000 baht per sqm, 14 units have already been sold.

Freehold titles allow the property to be 100 per cent in the owner’s name. Also, there are leasehold agreements available for those who do not want to own out right, giving the lessee full ownership for 90 years over three 30 year periods with the same and full rights to use and resale as the Foreign Freehold.

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