Connect with us

Property

Phuket Property: When privacy is paramount

Published

 on 

PHUKET: The Onella Co Ltd has launched sales for Privé 49 low-density residence in central Phuket with superior hospitality services catering to executive urban lifestyles.

Phuket-based developers The Onella Co launched the latest addition to central Phuket’s residential property market on Friday, February 7. Investors are being introduced to an innovative urban living concept featuring resort-style hospitality services and facilities aimed at catering to global executive lifestyles.

Situated in the heart of Phuket’s central business district, next to Makro on Wichit Songkhram Road, Priv 49 is a low-density development that is promising privacy and affordable exclusive appeal.

Comprising just 49 private apartment-style living spaces distributed over seven floors, most of the units open onto a single corridor with no opposing neighbors to ensure additional privacy.

The design of the stylishly furnished units is a distinct departure from standard condo units. Privé 49 residents will enjoy an extra large en-suite bathroom and cost savings from natural ventilation provided by the elongated layout.

Privé 49’s communal facilities include a swimming pool, a fitness center and secure underground parking as well as Cafe 49, housed in a separate building with a garden that doubles as a meeting place for residents and non-residents.

Exclusive services available to Privé 49 residents include a shuttle service to nearby destinations, reception, plus facilities for a maid service and high-tech security such as digital locks and keycard access to individual floors.

“Privacy and convenience are the main focus of Privé 49,” said project president, Mr Sam Sethi, a Phuket native and board member of the Phuket Real Estate Association.

“Privé 49 is very much aimed at long-term investment in central Phuket. As the surrounding area transforms into a bustling Asian hub, we expect the tranquility of the single-bedroom living spaces will be very attractive to investors and long-term rental tenants alike,” said Mr Sethi, adding that investors can expect healthy rental returns. Rental rates in the area range from 12,000 to 15,000 baht per month.

With Initial Environmental Evaluation (IEE) approved and construction permit already issued, building work on Privé 49 is scheduled to begin within the next few months and expected to be completed by the end of 2015. Prices start at 2.28 million baht and are available freehold to foreign buyers. The fully-furnished spaces measure about 33sqm and include a compact fitted kitchen.

Privé 49 residents are expected to be a healthy mix of locals and foreigners, a number of them using Phuket as a base from which to work, relax and travel.

 

Get more from The Thaiger

Join the conversation and have your say on Thailand news published on The Thaiger.

Thaiger Talk is our new Thaiger Community where you can join the discussion on everything happening in Thailand right now.

Please note that articles are not posted to the forum instantly and can take up to 20 min before being visible. Click for more information and the Thaiger Talk Guidelines.

Click to comment

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

Leave a Reply

Archiving articles from the Phuket Gazette circa 1998 - 2017. View the Phuket Gazette online archive and Digital Gazette PDF Prints.

Follow Thaiger by email:

World5 hours ago

Thai gangs traffic Kenyans to Myanmar scam factories

South6 hours ago

Deep South emergency decree extended 3 months

Thailand6 hours ago

Why Is Thailand So Cheap?

Sponsored2 days ago

Where you can get cannabis in Bangkok

Expats7 hours ago

Phuket’s 5 best golf courses

Crime7 hours ago

Inmate who escaped Khon Kaen hospital back in custody

Coronavirus (Covid-19)8 hours ago

Masks recommended in crowds amid Covid increase

Join the conversation on the Thaiger Talk forums today!
Crime9 hours ago

Squabbling beach vendor gives rival a single bullet warning

Tourism10 hours ago

Russian invasion takes Thailand’s tourism forces by surprise

Road deaths10 hours ago

Late night drinking hopes dashed by Alcohol Control Committee

Thailand11 hours ago

Why Pattaya? Is Pattaya worth visiting in 2023?

Transport11 hours ago

Thai Airways appoint new CEO

Crime12 hours ago

Private jet in ‘Tuhao’ case still flying free

Thailand1 day ago

Thailand News Today | FIFA threatens to pull plug on World Cup broadcast rights in Thailand

Press Room1 day ago

Iconic chef “Alain DUCASSE” returns to Bangkok for 3rd anniversary celebrations of Blue by Alain Ducasse

Koh Samui1 day ago

VIDEO: Naked Russian man walks around with erection in Koh Samui

Thailand1 year ago

Morning Top Stories Thailand | Police to end protests, Human Trafficking | September 14

Thailand2 years ago

Thailand News Today | Thai Airways in rehab, All go for Songkran | March 4

Tourism2 years ago

Phuket’s nightlife. Yes, bars and clubs are still open | VIDEO

Phuket2 years ago

Thailand News Today | Covid passport talks, Thai Airways heads to court | March 2

Tourism2 years ago

Phuket Thai food treats you need to try | VIDEO

Thailand2 years ago

Thailand News Today | Bars, pubs and restaurants ‘sort of’ back to normal | Feb 23

Tourism2 years ago

In search of Cat & Dog Cafés in Phuket Town | VIDEO

Thailand2 years ago

Thailand News Today | Gambling crackdown, Seafood market to reopen, Vlogger challenge | Jan 21

Thailand2 years ago

Thailand News Today | Covid testing for visas, Business impact, Vaccine approval | January 19

Thailand2 years ago

Thailand News Today | Weekend Bangkok bombs, Thailand fires, Covid update | January 18

Thailand2 years ago

Thailand News Today | Stray car on runway, Indonesian quake, 300 baht tourist fee | January 15

Thailand2 years ago

Thailand News Today | Governor off respirator, sex-trafficking arrest, condo prices falling | January 14

Thailand2 years ago

Thailand News Today | Chinese vaccine, Thailand ‘drug hub’, Covid update | January 13

Thailand2 years ago

Thailand News Today | Bangkok may ease restrictions, Phuket bar curfew, Vaccine roll out | January 12

Thailand2 years ago

Thailand News Today | Covid latest, Cockfights closed down, Bryde’s Whale beached | January 11

Trending