The Alcove 49 1 Bed

Wonderful and Charming 1 Bed!

Buy THB 5,200,000

Sukhumvit 49, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110

Property Description

This well presented 1 Bed offers a modern living space.
The Unit is fresh and ready to move-in.
The Alcove 49 offers residents numerous facilities.

Property Details

Price : THB 5,200,000
Bedrooms : 1
Bathrooms : 1
Type : Condo
Floor : 5
Living Area : 55 Sq.m.
Ref No. : 2901202004
Furnished : Fully furnished
Title deed type : Freehold
Building : The Alcove 49

Building Details

Developer : Samirano Property
Address : Sukhumvit 49, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110
Area (BTS/MRT) : Thonglor, Phrom Phong
Year of construction : 2009
No. of stories : 8
Number of units : 55

Amenities

24-Hours Security
CCTV
Elevator
Garden
Gym
Parking
Pool

Nearest BTS/MRT/ARL Station

Thonglor
When referring to “Thong Lo”, residents are usually referring to “Sukhumvit Soi 55”, which is a major artery that connects Sukhumvit Road to Phetchaburi Road. This vibrant road has in recent years seen the mushrooming of commercial activity along Thong Lo Road and its sub-sois. The neighborhood is well-balanced with plenty to do both day and night. During the day Thong Lo has a few Community Malls such as J Avenue and The Maze, which allow local residents to do a bit of shopping while enjoying the weather. Coffee Shops and restaurants specializing in breakfast/brunch are found in abundance. If you are more active after dark Thong Lo Soi 10, has cluster of Bars and Nightclubs such as Muse, Demo, and Funky Villa. Thong Lo is without a doubt Sukhumvit’s hippest and trendiest neighborhood and it attracts a diverse crowd of high-flying professionals (Thai and Expat)!
Phrom Phong
If Asoke has become the place to work and do business, Phrom Phong is now the epicenter of shopping and leisure in Sukhumvit. The area’s BTS Station is connected to the flashy “Emquatier” and “Emporium” Shopping Centers making it a true shopping mecca! This has made the area particularly popular with Bangkok’s Japanese and Korean expat community; Japanese Supermarkets and restaurants catering to these expatriates are in abundance in the area. However these two venues only represent the tip of the iceberg, as Phrom Phong is actually a maze of crisscrossed Sois (Roads) that create one of Bangkok’s most pleasant neighborhoods. Leisure options from quaint coffee shops, trendy art galleries and modern urban eateries are common sight. It is important to note that Benjakiti Park next to Emporium, offers residents one of the few “public outdoor” spaces in Central Bangkok!

Location