This is acharming Bangkok apartment for rent at ManoTower, a 17-storey high rise in Sukhumvit. The 3-bedroom 3-bathroom apartment has 220 square meters and is yours on freehold term. This Bangkok apartment with an open layout contains a balcony and a blend of floor to ceiling windows and mid length windows. There's also a mix of hardwood flooring and tile. In the living room are two sofas, two armchairs, coffee table, and a built-in console while the dining area is spacious enough with a table and chairs for six people. The tiled kitchen has a microwave, refrigerator/freezer, stove top, hood, small breakfast counter, and plenty of nice cabinetry and counter space. The two larger bedrooms have king-sized beds, vanities, and closets. In the master bedroom, there’s an LCD TV while the smaller bedroom contains a double bed, vanity, and bedside tables. Two bathrooms have bathtub/shower combos.
Facilities include a swimming pool, fitness room, and parking. For added privacy, there's 24-hour security.
Location of this Bangkok apartment for rent at Mano Tower is on Sukhumvit 39 in Phrom Phong. It is closest to Petchaburi MRT station while having easy access to the main Sukhumvit road. It's within walking distance to Fuji Supermarket and several area 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.