Highly coveted among single yuppies or couples who are just starting out, this charming 1-bedroom condo for rent at D25 Thonglor is ready to move in and now available on freehold term. Its smart 37 square meter floor plan is swathed in neutral tones featuring teak laminate flooring and huge glass windows that provide a steady stream of sunshine and ample ventilation. The sleek main area holds a beige sofa, printed rug, tv/console, and a corner dinette for two. The compact kitchen is equipped with wooden cabinets and drawers, stainless steel sink, flat stove top, hood, refrigerator, and a washing machine. A king size bed, glamour mirror, and built-in wardrobe bedeck the bedroom while the tiled en suite bathroom has a ceramic sink vanity and a shower/bathtub combo. A small walk-out balcony rounds up the perks in this condo rent.
Facilities are impressive including a 24-hour security with CCTV, proximity card access control and video door phone, lobby lounge, water garden courtyard, parking, wireless internet and library, salt-water swimming pool, sundeck area, jacuzzi, fitness center, meeting room, rooftop landscaped garden, and a golf putting green.
Location of this charming 1-bedroom condo for rent at D25 Thonglor is in a serene residential neighborhood on Thonglor 25, a few kilometers away from Thonglor BTS station. It has convenient access to major road links: Asoke, Ekamai and Petchburi. Notable sites of interest within the vicinity include Gateway Ekamai, Benjasiri Park, and The American School of Bangkok.
Welcome to the trendiest neighborhood in Bangkok. It’s a place to see and be seen. Business owners want a shop here because the walk-in traffic alone could be enough to sustain a company, while certain Bangkokians believe the address lends them cache.
One could certainly live in the neighborhood and never leave, as you would want for nothing. While Thong Lor is known for having the hippest bars, restaurants and clubs, it also has ample grocery stores, international schools, spas, nail and hair salons, hospitals, gyms and cultural centers. In fact, the area just opened an urban garden.