Pratumnak Hill villa for sale with 6 bedrooms, Pattaya

price฿55,000,000 Price Bedrooms6 BedsBathrooms8 Baths Unit Area 600 SqM Unit Area

6 bed villa for sale in Pratumnak Hill, Pattaya

Unit PA703-001 is a resale 600 square meter villa with 6 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms. It is located in Pratumnak Hill, Pattaya and was completed in 2016 May. You can own this villa freehold for a base price of ฿55,000,000 (฿91,667/Sq.M).


This villa features:



Property Type:



Pratumnak Hill, Pattaya, Thailand


Completed (2016 May)

Sale Status:

For Sale by Developer



Private Parking Spots:


Private Pool Size:

10m x 3m x 1.5m




Fully Furnished

Number of Floors in Building:


Distance to Beach:

0.9 Km

Jonathan Lepore Agent

Axis Residences, Cambodia

Axis Residences features 8, 10 floor, blocks comprising of 566 freehold residential units and over 566 car park lots. Axis will be set amid lush greenery and fitted with full condo amenities in true Singapore “Garden City” style.

Axis features a 50-meter swimming pool, a children’s play pool, playgrounds, indoor and outdoor gymnasiums, tennis courts, a basketball court, function rooms, BBQ pits, commercial units and a grand drop-off porch.

The condo complex is conceptualized, designed and managed by Spring CJW Development Pte Ltd and a team of Singaporean consultants. The project and construction is managed by Sanwah Project Management Pte Ltd and designed by AGA Architects Pte Ltd (architect), ICON LLP (M&E Engineer) & KCL Consultants Pte Ltd (Structural Engineer).

Axis Residences is situated 5 minutes from the recently expanded Phnom Penh International Airport and is in the same vicinity of Northbridge International School (among other international schools), the best medical hospitals in the country (Royal Phnom Penh), upcoming mega shopping complexes (Lion City & Okide The Grand) and just 6km from both the current city center and the fast-expanding PPSEZ (Special Economic Zone). The region is perfectly set for appreciation.


Axis Residences shall be a landmark of contemporary lifestyle and quality in the exciting and upcoming western district of Phnom Penh.

Selling a property in Spain

Selling a property in Spain can be a complicated process, but there are a number of tools at your disposal that can help you make sure your property is sold quickly and for its optimum price.

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Make sure you familiarise yourself with the conveyancing process as well as any implications that could arise from being a non-resident seller.

We have put together our top tips to get the best out of the selling process:

Be open to listening to a surveyor
It is a good idea to get a good idea of anything that could affect the sale of your house before you begin the process – either so that you can fix it before the house goes on the market, or so that you are aware of areas that might arise as possible negotiation points. Make sure that your property is completely ready for sale.

It is better to sell a property without furniture
Prospective buyers will want to build your house into their own home, and are more likely to want an empty shell. Presentation is also really important – you need to make sure you house is tidy at all times, that you de-clutter all areas and fix those DIY projects you have been meaning to do for a while.

Don’t sign any exclusivity agreements – contact all the local agents, as they will all know the area Speak to the agent that sold you your house as they will have the best knowledge on how to sell it again. Other local agents will also know the area, and you want to have as many agents working on promoting the property as you can as this will optimise the audience that the property reaches.

Make sure you have all documents ready and prepared
Speak to your estate agent and lawyer and make sure you have all the documents and reports that you are legally obligated to have in advance – for example, you must have an efficiency energy certificate to confirm the rating of your property. You will need to pass these on to the estate agent to make sure that they can answer any and all questions from prospective buyers. This will also speed up the process once you have found a suitable buyer.

Be ready for a quick sale
Make sure there are no issues before you put the house on the market, and that anything you haven’t been able to fix is transparently communicated to prospective buyers. It’s also really important to make sure you know what you are going to do when your property is sold – repatriate back to the UK, or find another home to buy in Spain.

Think about your exchange rate
If you are going to repatriate funds from selling your property back to the UK, you need to be aware that the exchange rate could fluctuate dramatically between the day you accept an offer and the day that you complete. Before you put your house on the market, speak to a currency transfer specialist such as Smart Currency Exchange, who will be able to talk you through the best options and offer you a better exchange rate than your bank. You may also be able to ‘fix’ your rate for up to a year – ensuring the price of your property in sterling doesn’t change during the process.