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Boeung Trabek property picks

Boeung Trabek property picks

Nestled between Mao Tse Toung Blvd to the south, Monivong Blvd to the west and Toul Tom Poung to the east, Boeung Trabek is one of the capital’s most rapidly transforming areas. It comprises a number of new apartment blocks, freshly laid concrete roads and the recently-constructed Boeung Trabek Plaza. The outskirts of the suburb feature properties of various styles, from a concentration of traditional wooden villas near Mao Tse Toung Blvd in the north to a number of contemporary-style apartments situated in the south and west. Such properties have started to attract a growing number of expatriates, driven southwest by the ever-increasing rental prices in the central suburbs, however, these apartments tend to vary in size and quality, as landlords attempt to meet Western tastes.

Boeung Trabek
Located in a pleasant area, this relatively new three-bedroom apartment is impressively designed and furnished. It contains three bright, spacious bedrooms all containing en-suites, while the master bedroom features a private balcony which overlooks the street below. The property boasts a huge living area, dining area to the rear, and a separate galley kitchen fully equipped with an oven, electrical appliances and necessary utensils. It is priced at US$1,200 per month, including free parking, gym and spa.

Mao Tse Toung Blvd
This charming four-bedroom property is situated in the northern section of Boeung Trabek, close to Mao Tse Toung Blvd. It is a duplex property, whereby the landlord lives on the ground floor, while the majority of the apartment is located on the first floor. It features a ground floor entrance, living area with kitchen, dining area, and second larger living room on the upper floor which opens out on to a capacious balcony. The apartment comes fully-furnished and parking space is available in the front courtyard. It is on the market for a reasonable US$1,000 per month, which can be negotiated depending on the length of lease.

Commercial location
An expansive five-storey building situated in the south of Boeung Trabek, this property is ideal for a small to medium enterprise or NGO. It features 17 offices spread out over the floors, with each containing four offices, open-plan office space and a kitchenette. A terrace is situated on the top floor, which would be suitable for hosting functions, while parking spaces are available to the front of the property. The entire building is now on the market for US$2,000 per month.

For further information on these properties and others in Phnom Penh, Independent Property Services director David Murphy can be reached on 077 959 861 or [email protected]. Alternatively, visit www.independentpropertyservices.com

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