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A bazaar place to live

A bazaar place to live

Located to the south of Beng Keng Kang and west of Boeung Trabek, Toul Tom Poung is best known for housing one of the capital’s top tourist spots – the Russian Market. As a result, a plethora of coffee shops and dining options have emanated, adding to the growing cosmopolitan vibe bestowed on the sangkat. Toul Tom Poung was previously dominated by traditional Khmer villas, but the recent influx of modern villas and apartment blocks are helping to accommodate the increasing number of expat residents.

Monumental townhouse
JUST to the south of the Russian Market, this behemoth six-bedroom townhouse is split over four levels, complete with an open plan kitchen and lounge on the first-floor. The second and third storeys both have spacious en-suite bedrooms, while the fourth floor features a games room, equipped with a table-tennis table, and another capacious bedroom. The property comes fully furnished with secure parking and a rooftop gym. The rental price is US$2,000 per month with additional costs for utilities.

Peaceful pad
THIS quaint villa is situated down a serene street in the heart of Toul Tom Poung and comprises three levels, with the ground floor containing the living, dining and fully-furnished Western-style kitchen area. The bedrooms, located on the first and second floors, are amply sized and both have en-suites, while the top floor contains a charming study area, ideal if working from home. There is a small courtyard to the front of the property that provides secure parking for up to two vehicles. The listed price is a reasonable $1,600 per month, excluding utility bills.

Hardwood wonder
A CAPTIVATING three-bedroom wooden villa, this property features a recently renovated ground floor, while the upper floor has been well-maintained. The property is partly furnished, with a sizeable lounge area that opens out onto a sprawling courtyard capable of holding a few vehicles. A large bedroom is located on the ground floor, including a fully equipped en-suite, while an additional two bedrooms are featured on the upper floor, another living area and front and rear balconies. This bright and breezy property is priced at a reasonable $900 per month excluding bills.


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