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Land For Sale At Lanna Ville resale

Land For Sale in Chiang Mai, Mueang Chiang Mai

CM-2742 is a 648 square meter land plot that is available for sale. It is located in Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai and you can buy it for a base price of ฿6,480,000 (฿10,000/Sq.M). The title deed of that land plot is currently registered in the name of a Thai national and the City center is 7.5 Km away from it.

Plot Size (SqM): 648
฿ 6,480,000
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Land For Sale 1 Ngan In San Pa Liang resale

Land For Sale in Chiang Mai, Mueang Chiang Mai

CM-2338 is a 400 square meter land plot that is available for sale. It is located in Mueang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai and you can buy it for a base price of ฿3,500,000 (฿8,750/Sq.M). The title deed of that land plot is currently registered in the name of a Thai national and the City center is 10.1 Km away from it.

Plot Size (SqM): 400
฿ 3,500,000
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Projects in Mueang Chiang Mai

Prices start at
฿4,200,647
Distance to
City 7.8 Km
76 Number of units
2014 Jan Completed
Prices start at
฿5,950,000
Distance to
City 2.8 Km
40 Number of units
2013 Mar Completed
Prices start at
฿4,850,000
Distance to
Central Festival 7 Km
54 Number of units
2009 Dec Completed

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What you need to know about Mueang Chiang Mai

The average price per square meter for a Land For Sale in Mueang Chiang Mai is ฿111,359 per square meter and The Nation has 1 Land and 110 Projects listed in Mueang Chiang Mai.

Mueang Chiang Mai is a district in mountainous northern Thailand. It includes the major city of Chiang Mai, which dates back to the 1200s. The Old City area still retains traces of walls and moats from its past as a cultural and religious center. The city and district are home to numerous temples, including 14th-century Wat Phra Singh and 15th-century Wat Chedi Luang, adorned with carved serpents.