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Malada Maz resale

3 bed Townhouse For Sale in Nong Khwai

CM-1733 is a 199 square meter Townhouse with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms that is available For Sale. It is part of Malada Maz in Nong Khwai and was completed in 2017 Oct. You can buy this Townhouse freehold for a base price of ฿5,000,000 (฿25,126/Sq.M)

3 Bed 3 Bath
199 SqM Floors: 2
฿ 5,000,000
Sale Price
Features:
  • Private Garden
  • Covered Parking
  • Corner Unit
  • Balcony

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World Club Land resale

3 bed Townhouse For Sale in Nong Khwai

CM-1433 is a 90 square meter Townhouse with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms that is available For Sale. It is part of World Club Land in Nong Khwai and was completed in 2014 Dec. You can buy this Townhouse freehold for a base price of ฿2,400,000 (฿26,667/Sq.M)

3 Bed 2 Bath
90 SqM Floors: 2
฿ 2,400,000
Sale Price
Features:
  • Private Garden
  • Terrace
  • Covered Parking
  • Balcony

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 Townhouse For Sale in Nong Khwai at World Club Land | CM-1433
World Club Land resale
Nong Khwai, Hang Dong
฿2,400,000
3
2
90 SqM

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What you need to know about Chiang Mai

The average price per square meter for a Townhouse For Sale in Chiang Mai is ฿67,865, which is 39% below the average price per square meter in Thailand that is ฿111,359.

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