Daun-town city living

Daun-town city living

LOCATED to the south of Wat Phnom, east of Monivong Blvd and north of Sihanouk Blvd, the suburb of Daun Penh is one of the most energetic areas of Phnom Penh, boasting a bounty of restaurants, bars and late night venues from the riverside to Street 51. The areas between the riverside and Norodom Blvd contain mainly shopfront apartments, while predominantly villas are found to the west of the boulevard. Alongside the traditional options, a number of apartment blocks have recently emerged, ranging from great luxury to budget accommodation.

Plush property
SITUATED in one of Phnom Penh’s most recent and exclus-ive apartment complexes, this plush, three-bedroom unit is available for both long- and short-term rent. The fully furnished, serviced property is prodigiously sized, with an expansive open-plan living, dining and kitchen area. Contained are two amply sized bedrooms in addition to the large en-suite master bedroom. Listed at US$3500 a month excluding bills, this apartment offers Phnom Penh lux living at it its best.

Serenity in the city
A QUAINT two-bedroom villa set in a halcyon compound in the heart of Phnom Penh, this property is surrounded by a fantastic garden complete with gazebo, providing the perfect retreat from the clamour of the capital. It features two well-ventilated bedrooms, one with en-suite, a reasonably sized kitchen and separate dining area. A rather unique property for central Phnom Penh, this marvellous villa would be ideal for a professional couple or a single occupant and is listed at US$750 a month, excluding utility costs.

Perfect party pad
THIS fully furnished, two-bedroom apartment features a capacious living area and adjoining balcony that offers a kitchenette/bar, making it excellent for entertaining guests. The master bedroom is at the rear of the property, providing some respite from the bustling street below, while the second bedroom is reasonably sized. A standout feature of the apartment, a Western-style kitchen, offers plenty of room for food preparation and ample storage space. This impressive apartment is on the market for a reasonable US$700 a month, with bills excluded.


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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