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Land For Sale 6 Rai At Mae Rim resale

0 Land For Sale in Chiang Mai, Pong Yaeng

CM-2116 is a 10,592 square meter land plot that is available for sale. It is located in Mae Rim, Chiang Mai and you can buy it for a base price of ฿2,200,000 (฿208/Sq.M). The title deed of that land plot is currently registered in the name of a Thai national and the City center is 50 Km away from it.

Plot Size (SqM): 10,592
฿ 2,200,000
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 Land For Sale in Pong Yaeng at Land in Tambon Huaysai | CM-1801
Land in Tambon Huaysai resale
Pong Yaeng, Mae Rim
฿9,792,000
Thai Ownership
3,264 SqM
 Land For Sale in Pong Yaeng at Land in Moo Baan Nong Pha Man | CM-1841
Land in Moo Baan Nong Pha Man resale
Pong Yaeng, Mae Rim
฿6,853,500
Thai Ownership
5,692 SqM
 Land For Sale in Pong Yaeng at Land For Sale 6 Rai At Mae Rim | CM-2116
Land For Sale 6 Rai At Mae Rim resale
Pong Yaeng, Mae Rim
฿2,200,000
Thai Ownership
10,592 SqM

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Projects in Pong Yaeng

Prices start at
฿64,000,000
Distance to
City 20 Km
29 Number of units
2010 Jan Completed
Prices start at
฿12,000,000
Distance to
Doi Suthep Pui National Park 25.8 Km
N/A Number of units
1999 Apr Completed
Prices start at
฿27,756,000
Distance to
Chiang Mai City Arts & Cultural Center 36.7 Km
3 Number of units
6 Months Made To Order

What you need to know about Pong Yaeng

The average price per square meter for a Land For Sale in Pong Yaeng is ฿111,359 per square meter and The Nation has 0 Land and 0 Projects listed in Pong Yaeng.

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