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Four Seasons Private Residences

Four Seasons Private Residences Bangkok also known as Four Seasons Private Residences Bangkok at Chao Phraya River developed by Country Group Development PCL in 2018 and is a mixed-use development comprising “Four Seasons Private Residences” and two ultra-luxury hotels “Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River & Capella Hotel Bangkok”.


The Four Seasons Private Residences Bangkok is a 73-story Tower that spans over 350 meters of waterfront across 35 Rai (14.2 acres), making it one of the largest waterfront plots of land in Bangkok. All condos are sold under Leasehold (75 years) and feature unobstructed panoramic river and city views


Room Types

1 bedroom condo 105 – 137 sqm
2 bedroom condo 115 – 140 sqm
3 bedroom condo 191 – 215 sqm
3 bedroom condo (Duplex) 219 – 239 sqm
4 bedroom condo 396 – 399 sqm
4 bedroom condo (Duplex) 355 – 358 sqm
4 bedroom condo (Duplex) 492 – 499 sqm


Other Buildings near Four Seasons Private Residences Bangkok
Chatrium Residence Riverside
Menam Residences
The Residences at Mandarin Oriental Bangkok
Banyan Tree Residences Riverside Bangkok

    Building Facilities

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

    Basic Informations


    Country Group Development PCL




    1 year


    No pets allowed

    Extra pet deposit

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    Frequently Asked Questions (Four Seasons Private Residences)

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    Yes, Foreigners can buy a condo in " Condominium name". Foreign nationals in Thailand can own freehold condominiums and the building or structure of a property, but not the land it sits on. The Condominium Act B.E. 1979 requires a "Foreign Quota" of 49% for condominium ownership, with the remaining 51% reserved for Thai nationals or entities.
    We can take the data from the distances "Whats near"
    For more information about buying a condo in Bangkok, please check:
    FAQ for Buyers (Make link)
    Yes, " Condominium name" is a Freehold condo. No, " Condominium name" is a Leasehold condo
    A condo, which is short for condominium, refers to an independently owned residential unit that is situated in a building or complex with other residential units. The owners of these condos usually share common spaces and are required to pay association fees to ensure the upkeep of the shared resources, amenities, and common spaces (CAM Fees)

    The buying process can be broken down into the following steps:

    • Step 1: Negotiate Terms & Conditions
    • Step 2: Offer Letter and check documents.
    • Step 3: Pay initial deposit.
    • Step 4: Sign the Sales and Purchase Agreement
    • Step 5: Prepare for property Transfer

    For more detailed buying process please check FAQ for Buyers