Phrom Phong



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Baan Sawasdee Apartment

Baan Sawasdee also known as Baan Sawasdee Apartment is a low-rise apartment building in the Phrom Phong area. This pet-friendly building in Phrom Phong was constructed in 1995 and comprises two buildings with 20 apartments spread over 9 floors.


The location offers convenient access to various amenities and landmarks, such as First Steps International Pre-School, Australian School Sukhumvit 31, IPC Kindergarten, Benchasiri Park, BTS Phrom Phong, RSU Tower, Em Quartier, and Bhiraj Tower.


The building has 24-hour security and keycard access,  a swimming pool, a fitness center, and an outdoor childrens playground.


Pets are allowed in certain apartments, making it an ideal choice for pet owners.


Pet policy in Baan Sawasdee Apartment: Pets of all sizes and breeds are welcome, as long as they are well-behaved and trained.


Room Types 
3-bedroom Apartment 260-278 Sqm (75,000- 80,000 THB)
3-bedroom Apartment 378 Sqm (85,000-90,000 THB)
Penthouse Apartment 697 sqm (135,000 THB)


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    Building Facilities

    •   Fitness
    •   Swimming Pool
    •   Key Card Access
    • icon  24-Hour Security
    •   Outdoor Playground

    Basic Informations



    Phrom Phong



    1 year


    All pets allowed (No limitation)

    Extra pet deposit

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