Property of the week

Property of the week


Located on a peaceful road in the Boeung Kak 1 area of Toul Kork, this European-style villa comes fully furnished with an abundance of natural light.

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It is well-equipped with a mixture of Western and Cambodian styles and traditional wooden furniture.

Outside, there is a spacious garden and large parking space, which can hold six vehicles. All the required amenities, such as schools, restaurants and banks are nearby.

The villa consists of eight bedrooms, six bathrooms, living room, dining room, and modern kitchen.

A great opportunity to live in a capacious villa in a placid part of town, the property is on the market for US$4,500 per calendar month, excluding bills.

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