This private house for rent in Sukhumvit is two storeys high and holds five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a walk-out balcony in its 600 square meter space. Partially furnished, this urban residence is ideal for a large family. Veneer hardwood flooring, cream walls, fan chandeliers, and glass windows that provide generous ventilation and natural light are the norm in this freehold rental. A receiving area is fitted with a sofa and chairs while the living room boasts of a fabric sofa, coffee table, green rug, tv/console, and a wooden display shelving. The enclosed kitchen comes equipped with wooden cabinets and drawers, cupboards, stainless sink, dishwasher, baking ovens, water dispenser, a two-door refrigerator/freezer, and an island prep table that also holds the burner stove with exhaust. A family room is suited with a long table, sofa set, bookshelf, and a multifunction desk. Different sized beds, closets, loungers, and knick-knacks bedeck the bedrooms while the bathrooms have shower amenities, basin sink vanities, vintage wood framed mirrors, and a bathtub/jacuzzi.
Facilities include 24 hour security, a covered parking space, outdoor patio, and private outdoor swimming pool lined with tropical plants.
Location of this private house for rent in Sukhumvit is close to Thonglor BTS station. The nearest expressway, supermarket, hospital, and school are 1-2 kilometers away while Gateway Ekamai is within reach to serve any shopping needs while Benjasiri Park is the closest nature Park that also feature a jogging track.
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.