Families would love to go home to a comfy yet stylish abode and this contemporary 3 Bedroom Apartment for Rent at Sathorn Gallery Residence fits that description with a spacious 230-square meter area. Main features of this apartment in Bangkok include polished hardwood floors, white walls, a wide balcony with views of the serene neighborhood and tastefully decorated areas. The living and dining area share the same room and is furnished with fabric sofas and chairs, coffee table, flat screen TV with console, and a dining table that seats eight. Decorative knick knacks add color to this lovely room. The kitchen has an organized layout fitted with light wooden cabinetry, updated modern appliances and a breakfast table. King size beds, side tables with lamps, vanity dressers and closets make up the bedrooms while a flat screen TV with console, chaise chair and center table are additional fixtures for the master’s bedroom. The bathroom has modern toilet fixtures, en suite showers, bathtub and sinks with wide mirrors.
Facilities of Sathorn Gallery Residence include 24-hour security with CCTV, key card access, concierge, resident parking, outdoor swimming pool with kids’ pool, Jacuzzi, fitness center, sauna, playground, and garden with BBQ area.
Location of this apartment in Bangkok for rent is at 70 Pun Road Sathorn, easily accessible by Silom and Sathorn roads and just a 5-minute walk to BTS Surasak station and St. Louis Hospital. Sathorn is home to many embassies, business offices and is also close to Lumpini Park.
Silom has the advantage of access to two mass transit systems: the Skytrain, with stations at both Sala Daeng and Chong Nonsi in the neighbourhood, and the subway, which has a Silom station at the mouth of the soi. This makes it relatively easy to get anywhere needed in Bangkok, plus there are all the normal options of bus, motosai and taxi.
This neighbourhood is part of a large business district, and most folks that live here do so because they also work in the area. Most of the office buildings are on the first half of the soi, which is bisected by Narathiwas Road. This first half also has plenty of retail, with a handful of malls and scads of street vendors. On Sundays the government closes the road off to vehicles and Silom becomes a walking street filled with food, clothes and goodies.