Among the most remarquable real estate project to be achieved during next year first semestre, is The Cove, an opulent 18-story seaside property giving a new definition of exclusiveness into Thailand’s best-loved beach city of Pattaya.
A dynamic destination on the east coast of the Gulf of Thailand, Pattaya brings together beautiful beaches, champion golf courses and lively entertainments – all within a short 90-minute drive from the capital. Pleasures and indulgences in total seclusion in the buzzing Pattaya may yet be beyond one’s wildest dream. A prime 70 rai of land on the perfectly secluded shore of North Pattaya, has been found and now sits The Cove, the new majestic beachfront 18-story condominium boasting its very own peaceful private beach, ideally crystal-clear water and excellent amenities.
Having Koh Larn and the gorgeous Gulf of Thailand as its next-door neighbors, The Cove harmonizes with the nature with its state-of-the-art seashell-shape architectural design blending ultimate luxury with surrounding natural beauty. Whether to call it a tropical cocoon or a dream dwelling space, this future landmark caters exclusive units of ocean-view residences where you find yourself luxuriating in striking shoreline, while world-class leisure facilities and amenities highlighting a fully-equipped fitness center, sublime swimming pools, Jacuzzi, squash courts and commodious business center complete your beachfront living in infinite comfort.
Managed by Petch Property Development, this project is bound to stand out from other developments in the area, not least thanks to the people involved. Itthi Chavalittamrong, the company’s managing director, comes from a family with more than 60 years of experience in pioneering land and property developments as well as real estate investments. Khun Itthi’s dream was to develop some of the family’s land in Pattaya by his own, and with such a huge bank of land, the time had recently come to make the bold move into the property development business. It was a matter of deciding what to build and where to start construction, and the large family- allotment of land in North Pattaya, particularly on Wong Amat Beach, was the ideal spot for the “The COVE” condominium to become reality.
The Chavalittamrongs, who currently own and manage over 1000 rai (1 Rai is equal to 1,600 sqm) of land around the region, have played a big part in developing the city into what it is today and are considered one of the most respected families in the Pattaya – Chonburi area. The family owns land and real estate in Bangkok, Hua Hin and most of all in Pattaya and it may come as a surprise to some, to learn that many of the city’s well-known hotels and prestigious businesses are actually situated on this land on very long term rentals.
It is a very special project for Pattaya, very luxurious in the class that you can expect in Miami. Behind this project there is a very rich company that owns huge piece of land in Naklua (North Pattaya). The building is already nearly completed, and customers can invest without worrying, which is not always the case in Pattaya.
says Cyril Devouassoux from agency Global Solidor.
The apartments are ranging from 92 to 565m2 including one studio and two penthouses, with other apartments extending from one to four bedrooms and a duplex. Ceiling can be up to 3 metres, and the floors are of maka wood and all apartments have big balconies, ranging from 1.5-2.3 metres in width.
So far, 43 of the 103 units have been sold, in equal proportion, to high-end clientele, both Thai and foreigners, whose nationalities include Australians, Austrians, Belgians, British, Dutch, Israeli, and Russians. Included in this client list are several developers of other major properties in Pattaya, as well as certain Thai celebrities.
Potential purchasers are encouraged to see what is available in the showroom near the development on Naklua Soi 18/1. Prices from 12.6 Mil Baht, special offer available, contact us for visit the showroom.
Completion first quarter 2010.
Your contact : Cyril DEVOUASSOUX
Tel: 0879 076 576 – Email: [email protected]
Chief Consultant Real Estate and Insurance Department
Global Solidor Enterprise Co., Ltd, Member of German-Thai Group
157/143 Moo 5, Naklua Road, 20150 Pattaya
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