Penthouse properties

Penthouse properties

Although there are a number of penthouses on offer in Phnom Penh, they’re usually difficult to come by. Demand is high and supply is low, which means acting fast when they appear on the market. These properties are mainly expansive and contain three to four bedrooms, but smaller, two-bedroom options are sometimes available. When opting for such apartments, Western-style living and modern conveniences, including optimal kitchen and bathroom facilities, are usually the norm. Other advantages include the lack of noise from both neighbours and the street below – and, of course, spectacular views of the Phnom Penh skyline.

A quaint, two-bedroom apartment  in the heart of BKK1, this property contains two well-lit bedrooms with ensuite and a capacious, open-plan living/dining/kitchen area. It comes fully furnished with modern bathrooms and a fully equipped kitchen. The highlight of this property is the large terraced area on the roof and the easy access to the rooftop gymnasium. Arriving on the market in December, this property is priced at US$2,200 a month, excluding bills.

THIS spacious, three-bedroom penthouse apartment, conveniently located in BKK1,  features a huge, open-plan living area and three amply sized bedrooms. The property comes fully furnished, including bathrooms and a kitchen fully equipped with modern amenities, while the rest of the apartment is tastefully furnished. Its stand-out feature is the expansive balcony, perfect for entertaining and easily accessed from the main living area. Flooded with natural light, this apartment feels very airy. Furthermore, the building offers a private pool for tenants, in addition to parking and security. Although the apartment will not available until the beginning of next year, it is listed at the relatively low price of US$2,500 a month, excluding utilities bills.

PERHAPS one of the finest penthouses in the capital, this apartment looks directly on to the riverside, allowing for sweeping views of the Tonle Bassac and Mekong. It has four bedrooms plus separate maid’s quarters, a large kitchen and contempor-ary bathrooms. The furnishings are exceptional, with an abundance of antique wooden furn-iture throughout. The lounge and dining room open onto a large garden, complete with a jacuzzi and fish pond, making it an ideal destination for entertaining and impressing. Security and parking are provided. Bound to be highly sought after, this apartment will enter the market early next year with a price tag of US$4,300 plus bills but including internet charges.

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


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