Phuket’s appeal for families is being boosted by Baan Yamu Residences’ combination of facilities and nearby amenities and by services from Twinpalms management
– a low-density seafront development on the resort island of Phuket – is targeting purchasers and holidaymakers with children by offering the ideal environment for an upscale family lifestyle.
Child-friendly facilities onsite include an Olympic-length swimming pool and a youth learning centre. Meanwhile, the east coast’s exclusive Yamu peninsula offers crowd-free beaches, boat trips to the stunning islands of Phang Nga Bay and easy access to the shops and leisure facilities of Phuket Town.
For long-term residents,is also a few minutes’ drive from high-quality education facilities including British International School, Phuket.
‘While Phuket’s west coast has traditionally been a destination for single holidaymakers and short-stay tourists, the east coast has always targeted a more mature, upscale profile – visitors who value space, sustainability and peaceful surroundings,’
says Cyrille Hareux of real estate agency Company Vauban.
‘Baan Yamu Residences has brought out the potential of its location for family residents and holidaymakers by combining excellent facilities with the proven management expertise of Twinpalms, well-known in Phuket for its Surin resort.’
in a low-density development on the exclusive Yamu peninsula on the east coast of Thailand’s resort island of Phuket. It combines a tranquil, yet accessible, seafront location with spacious contemporary architecture from Martin Palleros of Tierra Design. range from 170 to 800 square metres in size. Their shared facilities include a clubhouse, a restaurant, a 50-metre swimming pool and a youth learning centre.
Company Vauban is a dynamic real estate agency specialised in Thai properties that offer long-term value. The company has been an innovator in Thailand’s property market, pioneering financial incentives such as guaranteed rental income and developer financing.
Company Vauban’s portfolio features projects in Thailand’s most sought after destinations such as Bangkok, Phuket, Hua Hin, Samui and Pattaya. The firm’s multinational team is fluent in several languages and has served a global clientele since 2005.
The company offers guaranteed rental incomes of up to 6.5% per year and financing of up to 50% to property investors. A partnership programme also opens up the Thai market to overseas agents.
Contact Company Vauban
Tel: +66 (0) 22 60 53 17
Mobile : +66 (0) 8 5227-7175
424-426 Sukhumvit Road
Bangkok 10110 Thailand
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