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Price of luxury homes in and around Bangkok remains sky-high despite Covid crisis


The Agency for Real Estate Affairs (AREA) on Thursday released a list of 15 most-expensive housing estates in Thailand, most of which are in Bangkok and its vicinity.

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The costliest unit has a price tag of Bt260 million, while the cheapest is Bt44 million.

“Clearly the Covid-19 crisis has not affected the price of luxury residences,” AREA president Sopon Pornchokchai said.

The 15 most expensive housing estates are as follows:

Price of luxury homes in and around Bangkok remains sky-high despite Covid crisis

Santiburi The Residences: Bt260 million per unit. Located on Praditmanutham Road in Bangkok’s Bueng Kum district, the Bt6.5-billion project has 25 units. Each two-storey house has a useable area of 1,366 square metres. The land is priced at Bt265,000 per square wah, and the project was developed by Singha Estate.

Price of luxury homes in and around Bangkok remains sky-high despite Covid crisis

Atelier Residence: Bt138 million per unit. Located in Soi Sahakarn Pramool, Pracha Uthit Road in Bangkok’s Wang Thong Lang district, the Bt1.1-billion project only has eight units. Each three-storey house has a useable area of 1,150sqm. The land is valued at Bt120,000 per square wah and the estate was built by Aland Development.

Price of luxury homes in and around Bangkok remains sky-high despite Covid crisis

Mavista Prestige Village: Bt100 million per unit. Located on Krungthep Kreetha Road in Bangkok’s Saphan Sung district. The Bt1.39-billion project has 14 units, with each three-storey house having a useable area of 914sqm. The land is valued at Bt150,000 per square wah, and the project was developed by MJP Property.

Price of luxury homes in and around Bangkok remains sky-high despite Covid crisis

Issara Residence Rama 9: Bt120 million per unit. Located on Soi Rama IX 13 in Bangkok’s Bang Kapi area. The Bt2.45-billion project has 20 units, with each three-storey unit having a useable area of 700-865sqm. The land is valued at Bt700,000 per square wah and the project was built by Charn Issara Development.

Price of luxury homes in and around Bangkok remains sky-high despite Covid crisis

Crystal Solana: Bt75 million per unit. Located on Praditmanutham Road in Bangkok’s Bueng Kum district, the Bt3.08-billion project has 41 units. Each three-storey house has a useable area of 685sqm. The land is priced at Bt300,000 per square wah and the project was developed by KE Land.

Price of luxury homes in and around Bangkok remains sky-high despite Covid crisis

The Riverdale Residence: Bt69 million per unit. Located on Thailand Route 345 in Pathum Thani’s Muang district, the Bt3.86-billion project has 56 units. Each two-storey house has a useable area of 476sqm. The land is valued at Bt45,000 per square wah and the project was developed by Riverdale Golf and Country Club.

Price of luxury homes in and around Bangkok remains sky-high despite Covid crisis

The Royal Kaset-Nawamin: Bt66 million per unit. Located in Soi Prasertmanukit 27 in Bangkok’s Lat Phrao area, the Bt5.21-billion project has 79 units. Each two-storey house has a useable area of 420sqm. Land has been valued at Bt80,000 per square wah and the project developed by TCC Capital Land.

Price of luxury homes in and around Bangkok remains sky-high despite Covid crisis

Baan Issara Bangna: Bt49.9 million per unit. Located on the Eastern Bangkok Outer Ring Road in Samut Prakan’s Bang Phli district, the Bt2.87-billion project has 44 units. Each three-storey house has a useable area of 380-697sqm. The land is valued at Bt550,000 per square wah and the project was developed by C.I.N. ESTATE CO., LTD.

Price of luxury homes in and around Bangkok remains sky-high despite Covid crisis

Veva Priva Ekkamai-Ramindra: Bt62 million per unit. Located in Soi Ramkhamhaeng 21, Praditmanutham Road in Bangkok’s Wang Thong Lang district, the Bt434-million project has seven units. Each three-storey house has a useable area of 644sqm. The land has been valued at Bt150,000 per square wah and the project was developed by Narai Property.

Price of luxury homes in and around Bangkok remains sky-high despite Covid crisis

Ladawan Ratchapruek-Pinklao: Bt55 million per unit. Located on Ratchapruek Road in Bangkok’s Taling Chan, the Bt12.87-billion project has 234 units. Each two-storey house has a useable area of 416sqm. The land has been valued at Bt100,000 per square wah and the project was developed by Land and Houses.

Price of luxury homes in and around Bangkok remains sky-high despite Covid crisis

Baan 365 Rama 3: Bt53 million per unit. Located on the Industrial Ring Road in Bangkok’s Yannawa district, the Bt2.19-billion project has 41 units. Each three-storey house comes with a useable area of 340sqm. The land is priced at Bt250,000 per square wah and the project was built by LPN Development.

Price of luxury homes in and around Bangkok remains sky-high despite Covid crisis

Anina Villa: Bt52 million per unit. Located in Soi Yenakart 2, Yenakart Road in Bangkok’s Yannawa district, the Bt1.14-billion project comprises 22 units. Each 4.5-storey house has a useable area of 530sqm. The land is valued at Bt700,000 per square wah and the project was developed by Yenakart Asset.

Price of luxury homes in and around Bangkok remains sky-high despite Covid crisis

Ladawan Rama 2: Bt50 million per unit. Located on Rama II Road in Bangkok’s Bang Khunthien district, the Bt6.1-billion project has 122 units. Each three-storey unit has a useable area of 434sqm. The land is valued at Bt100,000 per square wah and the estate was developed by Land and Houses.

Price of luxury homes in and around Bangkok remains sky-high despite Covid crisis

Granada Pinklao-Phetkasem: Bt47 million per unit. Located on Kanchanaphisek Road in Bangkok’s Bang Khae district, the Bt1.82-billion project has 39 units. Each two-storey unit has a useable area of 786sqm. The land is valued at Bt120,000 per square wah and the project was developed by SC Asset Corporation.

Price of luxury homes in and around Bangkok remains sky-high despite Covid crisis

Grand Bangkok Boulevard Ratchaphruek-Charan: Bt44 million per unit. Located on New Prannok-Phutthamonthon Sai 4 Road in Bangkok’s Taling Chan district, the Bt1.30-billion project has 30 units. Each two-storey house has a useable area of 588sqm. The land has been valued at Bt160,000 per square wah and the project was developed by SC Asset Corporation.

Published : February 26, 2021

By : The Nation