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The Bangkok Sukhumvit 43 | เดอะ บางกอก สุขุมวิท 43

The Bangkok Sukhumvit 43, เดอะ บางกอก สุขุมวิท 43, ザ バンコク スクムビット 43, 曼谷公寓素坤逸 43 号, developed By Land and Houses is a low-rise condominium building located in the Phrom Phong area. The project contains 2 Buildings with 54 Condominium units and was completed in 2006.

The Bangkok Sukhumvit 43 is located in the middle of Sukhumvit soi 43, within 15 minutes walk to BTS Phrom Phong, Em Quartier, Emporium Shopping mall, Benchasiri Park and within 10 minutes walk to Tops Supermarket.

The Building is secured by 24- Hour security,Keycard access and CCTV and comes with a Swimming pool and Fitness.

Roomtypes and Average Monthly Rental Rates
2 bedroom condo, 117- 121 Sqm (65,000-75,000 THB)

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    Building Facilities

    •   Fitness
    •   Swimming Pool
    • icon  24-Hour Security

    Basic Informations



    Phrom Phong



    6 months


    All pets allowed (No limitation)

    Extra pet deposit

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