Property of the week

Property of the week


Locate in the capital’s Chamkar Morn district, Syphon Apartment building offers 24 units set over 10 storeys.

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The Western-style apartments, which range from one to four bedrooms, are fully-furnished, with an abundance of natural light and good ventilation.

Included in the complex is a roof-top swimming pool, gymnasium, mini-mart and café, while all required amenities, such as restaurants, schools and a hospital are situated in the vicinity.

With the exception of electricity, all utility bills and 24-hour security are included in the cost, which ranges from US$1,500 to $4,000 per month depending on the unit.

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