On the market

On the market

Rural getaway

This 50 hectare rural block near

National Road 3 is 49 kilometres from Kampot town, 61 from

Sihanoukville and just three kilometres from the ocean. It is available

as a block or in sections of at least 10 hectares. Owner has hard title

and is asking $2 per square metre. Property has access to a man-made

irrigation canal 200 metres away. It is currently under rice

cultivation but homebuilders are welcome. Rithy Thul, ProCambodia, 015

691 008

Top dollar rental

Newly renovated five bedroom and six bathroom villa in BKK for rent.  

Equipped with air conditioning. Has a large balcony on the second

floor, ideal for outside entertaining. Kitchen comes with oven and

stove. Khmer-style interiors but landlord open to some alterations. 

Available from November 22. Far from cheap but probably worth it for

the right renters. Rithy Thul, ProCambodia, 015 691 008

Central shopfront
This five bedroom, four bathroom two-storey Chinese shopfront is

available for rent in Phnom Penh’s Boeung Keng Kang I district, just

behind Lucky market. The balcony comes jungle style. Suitable for an

office space, home or combination of both. The house is eight by 13

metres and has enough space out front to park two cars. Asking price is

$1,100 per month, so Prime Location suggests haggling hard. 011 800 548

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