Property of the week

Property of the week


Located in the Phnom Penh district of Tuol Kork, at the Borey Sunway development, this impressive Western-Khmer style villa is fully-furnished.

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It contains four en suite bedrooms, three additional bathrooms, a well-equipped kitchen and tastefully-furnished living room.

Outside, the property boasts a large swimming pool, surrounded by a garden area, which would be idea for entertaining, especially when the lack of noise pollution is taken into account.

All the necessary amenities, such as restaurants, bars and international schools are nearby.

A great rental opportunity for a family, this villa is on the market for US$2,500 per calendar month.

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