This lovely double-fronted town home lies on a quiet side street, sitting just below Wat Umong forest temple. With its uninterrupted mountain views, the house is well located for schools in the Hang Dong and Samoeng areas. There is quick access to Canal Road, Suthep Road and Chiang Mai University are approximately 3mins drive, and Nimmanhaemin is only 5-10mins away.
The middle house in a row of five (four or which have been tastefully renovated), this makes for an excellent family home, home office, or lock-up and leave. Spread over three floors, there is outside sitting space on each, including a very large balcony off the master bedroom for enjoying the sunset. There is an equally large flat rooftop space that could be developed as desired. To front, off the porch, is an easy to manage garden with covered parking for a car and motorbikes. The house has been recently restored, too, making it ready to move in.
Downstairs, the covered entrance leads into a large open living and dining room, with a small courtyard garden to the rear. The well apportioned kitchen is arranged for Thai and Western cooking. There is also a downstairs cloakroom for visitors. The house has polished wooden floors throughout.
The second floor opens onto a surprisingly large landing. The master bedroom, with its bath tub, and covered balcony, has a resort style feel. There is also lots of built-in storage. The other second floor bedroom, also with built-in cupboards, is a good sized double, as is the third floor bedroom at the top of the house. Given the available adjacent roof space, currently used as a garden and sit out, the third floor could be upgraded further, to make a sizeable suite. There are good sized separate bathrooms on the second, and third floors, and each bedroom has views of the mountains.
The green and leafy area around the house has slowly become a hub for Chiang Mai Bohemian life, with art studios, outdoor coffee shops, and restaurants now abundant. Doi Kham, and the Mae Hia side of Doi Suthep national park are also nearby. There are local markets on various days of the week, including the Saturday morning organic market at Chiang Mai University'd agricultural campus. City and outdoor life can thus be quickly and equally enjoyed from here.