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Le Cote Thonglor 8

Le Cote Thonglor 8, developed by City Resort Group, is a low-rise condominium building on Thonglor soi 8. Completed in 2013, this 8-story building boasts 99 condominium units.


Strategically situated in the center of Thonglor, residents of Le Cote Thonglor 8 enjoy the convenience of being within walking distance to Foodland Supermarket, El Gaucho Steakhouse, Blue Chips office building, Major Tower Office Building, and a variety of restaurants and bars. BTS Thonglor is a 20-minute walk away, or you can opt for a quick motorbike taxi ride.


Ensuring utmost safety and security, Le Cote Thonglor 8 features 24-hour security and keycard access, a rooftop swimming pool and a fitness center.


Room Types
1 Bedroom Condo, 30.50- 53 Sqm
2 Bedroom Condo, 48.50- 81.50 Sqm
2 Bedroom Condo, (Duplex), 70.50 Sqm
2 Bedroom Condo, (Penthouse), 78.50-102.50 Sqm

Other Buildings near Le Cote Thonglor 8
PR Home 2
Eight Thonglor Residences
La Citta Penthouse
HQ Thonglor
Tela Thonglor

    Building Facilities

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

    Basic Informations


    City Resort Group




    1 year


    No pets allowed

    Extra pet deposit

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    Frequently Asked Questions (Le Cote Thonglor 8)

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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.
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    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