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Natchanan House resale

2 bedroom Property For Sale in Mae Raem

CM-2274 is a 120 square meter 2 bedroom Property with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom that is available For Sale., Located in Mae Raem, this Property is not part of real estate project and was completed in 2002 May. The Property can be bought with a freehold ownership title for a sales price of ฿1,200,000 (฿10,000/Sq.M).

2 Bed 1 Bath
120 SqM Floors: N/A
฿ 1,200,000
Sale Price
Features:
  • Private Garden
  • Terrace
  • Covered Parking

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Projects in Mae Raem

Prices start at
฿64,000,000
Distance to
City 20 Km
29 Number of units
2010 Jan Completed
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฿12,000,000
Distance to
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1999 Apr Completed
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Distance to
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The average price per square meter for a Property 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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