The Lakes

Sukhumvit / Bangkok
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The Lakes Condominium Ekkamai BTS in Sukhumvit Bangkok

Condominium for Rent
Rent 78,000 B

Property DetailsCode : 20909

The Lakes Condominium Ekkamai BTS in Sukhumvit Bangkok

Split levels with ultra modern and tastefully decorated.

Earth tone painted and decorated which complement the magnificent parquet floor. Steps through bright living and dining area, an open kitchen, fully furnished. A long balcony overlooking lake and park view.

 



Unit Size 150.00 SQ.M.
Unit Type Condominium
   
Bedroom 2
Bathroom 2
Rent Price 78,000 B./M
Rent Price Per SQ.M. 520 B./M
 
Project Information
Project Name The Lakes
Developer Raimond Land
Complete Year 2004
Number of Unit 170
Ownership Free Hold
Facility
Common Laundry Room
Children Playground
Exercise
Garden
Key Card Access to the Building
Kid Pool
Pool
Sauna
Security guard with CCTV cameras
Table Tennis
Shuttle Service
Car Park
Transportation
Nearest Transportation Asok Sukhumvit
Distance to transportation (m)
 
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