Natural Place Suite

Rama 4 / Bangkok
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Natural Place Suite Condominium Ekkamai BTS in Rama 4 Bangkok

Condominium for Rent
Rent 40,000 B

Property DetailsCode : AA21980

Natural Place Suite Condominium Ekkamai BTS in Rama 4 Bangkok

Panoramic Greenary view from high level.

Large bright  living room with CCTV high security in every room. Parquet  floor,  a master bedroom with large glass window bring a lot of natural light. Neat and newly renovated bathroom. 

Only 700 meters from lumpinipark and lumpini mrt station.

 

 



Unit Size 124.52 SQ.M.
Unit Type Condominium
   
Bedroom 2
Bathroom 2
Rent Price 40,000 B./M
Rent Price Per SQ.M. 321 B./M
 
Project Information
Project Name Natural Place Suite
Developer n/a
Complete Year 1996
Number of Unit 120
Ownership Free Hold
Facility
Kid Pool
Pool
Garden
Common Laundry Room
Car Park
Gym
Key Card Access to the Building
Sauna
Security guard with CCTV cameras
Transportation
Nearest Transportation Lumphini
Distance to transportation (m)
 
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