This fully furnished 230-square meter apartment for rent at Sakura Home accommodates three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a balcony. A 90's interior design is patent in this city home seen on its various built-in wood works: consoles, decorative cabinets, and shelving. Parquet floors, white walls with wood trimmings, and recessed lighting are also featured in this freehold unit. The integrated living and dining area is adorned with a fabric tawny beige colored sofa set with matching six-seater wooden table, accent chairs, and TV.
The kitchen is spacious enough to hold a two-level countertop, mahogany cabinets and drawers, stainless sink, glass-block decor, electric stove, hood, baking oven, and a brand-new refrigerator. The bathrooms are spacious and well-ventilated supplied with king size beds, generous closet space, and dressers while the tiled bathrooms have basic fixtures, ceramic sinks, mirrors, showers, and bathtubs.
Facilities include 24-hour security with CCTV and key card access, fitness studio, swimming pool with kid's wading area, children's playroom, garden, laundry service, and a pet-friendly environment.
Location of this fully furnished 230-square meter apartment for rent at Sakura Home is on Sukhumvit Soi 35, just 360 meters from Phrom Phong BTS station. This peaceful residential address is in the Bangkok's Japanese community, accessible by Sukhumvit and Petchburi roads. Nearby attractions include The Emporium, Benjasiri Park, Villa 33 supermarket, and many popular local and international restaurants.
Phrom Phong is a commercially concentrated area that is popular with upscale citizens and foreigners with families. While more compact than others, Phrom Phong is filled with a mass of quality condominiums, hotels, restaurants and boutique shops reinforcing it as one of the most upscale and desired neighborhoods in Bangkok.
The highlight of Phrom Phong is the EM District, made up of three world-class shopping malls, The Emporium, EM Quartier and EM Sphere, to be the new epic center of Bangkok. Next to it, is the Benjasiri Park, a prominent inner city park which offers an ample amount of activities and green rest stop for its urban visitors.
There is a large expat presence in Phrom Phrong that reaps the conveniences and luxuries of the area. Popular amongst the expats are the Japanese who have built a large community observed by their many business signs and language schools.