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Art the Homefinder's Spot of the week

Art the Homefinder's Spot of the week

Cool breezes come through this apartment from the balcony.

This nice two-bedroom apartment is in the Daun Penh area, which is popular with expats and teachers.

This two-bedroom apartment is in the heart of the capital in a quiet, dead-end street and has a nice  balcony and gets plenty of cool breezes.

Utilities and service:
There is very little to pay, apart from the water and electricty bills. All the appliances are quite new and in fine working order.  

Being in a dead-end street, there are few problems for residents. The apartment owners in this street have security guards on duty through the night.

This is a first-floor apartment in walking distance of many schools, supermarkets, local markets, restaurants and shops. There are few apartments available for this price in this area. It’s a perfect location for teachers with many schools nearby.

The owners are asking for US$350 per month in rent, but they may come down slightly if a good offer is made.

This place is fully furnished with basic but good quality cane pieces including a sofa (below). There is also a TV, a Panasonic fridge and freezer, a Panasonic washing machine, gas stove and air-conditioning. There is also good storage space in the kitchen and solid timber beds in the two bedrooms.

Everything is in fine working order and almost new.  If a new tenent wanted to change anything, a simple chat with the owner would be all that’s needed.                                    

AS always, my rating system is based on an innovative five thumbs-up rating system.

Art Hong Ly works independently as a home finder in Phnom Penh. If you want to look at the spot of the week or other available apartments, villas or offices, he can be reached during standard business hours by calling 012422126 or email [email protected]. For other questions related to this column send an email to [email protected].


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