Phuket Gazette

PHUKET: Nai Harn Beach, which some say is one of the most popular on the island with the nearby lake attracting many tourists and locals who regularly walk or exercise around it, is getting the biggest condo development in the south of the island, due for completion in 2017.

This is a much welcomed addition to Nai Harn and the many tourists who return there year after year. Unit prices start at 3.65 million baht and the project will likely attract a lot of attention due to its closeness to the beach and local facilities.

The Luxury Nai Harn Development, which has studio, one and two-bedroom units, is located just a few minutes’ walk from the white sands and crystal waters of sheltered Nai Harn Bay on Phuket’s stunning southwest tip. Even while being near the inland lake it is also close to other luxury resorts and offers beautiful mountain views.

This low-rise development has 12 buildings, each four storeys, surrounded by free-form swimming pools and water gardens. There are 57 studios (40.6 sqm), 189 one-bedrooms (42.7 sqm), 82 pool-access one-bedrooms (45.7 sqm), 36 deluxe two-bedrooms (62.4 sqm), and 12 pool-access two-bedrooms, a total of 376 units.

Furniture packages are available for separate purchases. Studio and one-bedroom furniture packages are 300,000 baht, and two-bedroom are 450,000 baht. Furniture packages are mandatory for those participating in the rental guarantee program.

This rental management service allows owners to use their holiday homes while also earning a 6 per cent guaranteed rental return a year for three calendar years, and then opt for another 12 years. Participants can stay up to 30 nights a year and have the common area maintenance fee waived, with property care service also free and no other monthly expenses.

This development is a short drive from Ya Nui, Rawai, Kata and Karon beaches and Promthep Cape, and a few minutes’ drive from a variety of retail amenities and restaurants such as Tesco Lotus, Villa Market and the Da Vinci and Nikita’s restaurants.

Construction will begin in the fourth quarter of this year for completion in the last quarter of 2017. Prices range from 3.65 to 5.25 million baht and the showroom is already open.

For more information contact: Patrick Lusted at Siam Real Estate and quote reference: CSIL7564. T: 076-288908. W: siamrealestate.com.

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— Patrick Lusted

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What an eyesore, yet another blight on Naiharn's beautiful, natural landscape.

Posted by harry July 24, 2015 01:02:48AM

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'This is a much welcomed addition to Nai Harn'? For who, exactly, the developer? I doubt very much that locals or tourists want to see the area destroyed any more than it already has been.

Posted by agogohome July 24, 2015 07:19:36AM

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'This is a much welcomed addition to Nai Harn'? For who, exactly, the developer? I doubt very much that locals or tourists want to see the area destroyed any more than it already has been.

Posted by agogohome

Exactly. Look at the DENSITY of that project!

Posted by Charles Baird July 24, 2015 09:06:01AM

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When we will see the ceaseless destruction of Phuket's landscape end? Why do Phuket people not understand that they are destroying a treasure that could assure benefits for their children? Are the public administrators aware of what is happening on this once beautiful island?

Posted by Federico July 25, 2015 07:18:36AM

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When we will see the ceaseless destruction of Phuket's landscape end? Why do Phuket people not understand that they are destroying a treasure that could assure benefits for their children? Are the public administrators aware of what is happening on this once beautiful island?

Posted by Federico

They're aware of it, but the prospect of more MONEY overwhelms them easily because they are so morally weak.

Posted by Rooger Plimpton July 25, 2015 09:20:49AM

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When we will see the ceaseless destruction of Phuket's landscape end? Why do Phuket people not understand that they are destroying a treasure that could assure benefits for their children? Are the public administrators aware of what is happening on this once beautiful island?

Posted by Federico

They're aware of it, but the prospect of more MONEY overwhelms them easily because they are so morally weak.

Posted by Rooger Plimpton July 25, 2015 09:20:49AM

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When we will see the ceaseless destruction of Phuket's landscape end? Why do Phuket people not understand that they are destroying a treasure that could assure benefits for their children? Are the public administrators aware of what is happening on this once beautiful island?

Posted by Federico July 25, 2015 07:18:36AM

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'This is a much welcomed addition to Nai Harn'? For who, exactly, the developer? I doubt very much that locals or tourists want to see the area destroyed any more than it already has been.

Posted by agogohome

Exactly. Look at the DENSITY of that project!

Posted by Charles Baird July 24, 2015 09:06:01AM

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'This is a much welcomed addition to Nai Harn'? For who, exactly, the developer? I doubt very much that locals or tourists want to see the area destroyed any more than it already has been.

Posted by agogohome July 24, 2015 07:19:36AM

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What an eyesore, yet another blight on Naiharn's beautiful, natural landscape.

Posted by harry July 24, 2015 01:02:48AM

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