Property of the week

Property of the week

Located on the bustling Street 51 in Boeung Keng Kang 1, this stylish apartment block offers the best in city living, fusing traditional Khmer design with modern Western-style amenities.

The block, named Motanak, which translated means proud, opened its doors in 2007.

It comprises 17 units set over six floors. Each unit is fully-furnished, with plush furnishings and all necessary white goods.

The current rates for the one, two and three-bedroom units are US$1,200, $1,500 and $2,800 respectively.

All utility bills are included in the rent, with electricity usage the exception. The apartments are extremely secure, with 24 hour security and CCTV present.


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