Sumptuous Frontline Beach Villa For Sale Kamala Phuket
MAGNIFICENT SEA VIEWS
Discover one of the most beautiful deluxe beachfront villas in Phuket. This Kamala luxury property is a work of art inspired by Thai architect Charupan Wiriyawiwatt of Naga Concepts, based in Hong Kong. This sumptuous home combines the elements of classic Thai high-class architecture with a collection of contemporary art giving it an ultra luxurious design.
Art and luxury lovers will appreciate the sumptuous spaces offered by this Super villa: a stunning collection of ancient and contemporary art, including: Buddhas from the 14th and 15th centuries, ancient Burmese gongs and contemporary works by artists Xiu Cu Wen, David LaChapelle and Andy Warhol.
Kamala beach, luxury frontline ocean property for sale. The villa stands on 3,920 m2 of land and offering amazing sea views. One of Phuket’s most luxury beach villas. A rare opportunity to purchase a seafront luxury villa on the beautiful beaches in Thailand.
THE HOME OF ART LOVERS
Throughout the home, the works of art and furniture create an unique mix. Each piece is coming from a different part of the world, including works as diverse as Andy Warhol’s pop art to the fascinating human struggles portrayed by the Chinese artist contemporary Shi Lifeng.
This dream beachfront villa located in one of the most exclusive areas of the millionaires road in Kamala.
Located on the seafront and on a spectacular 3,900 m2 site (2,45 Rai), overlooking Kamala Bay, this property has a private staircase leading to an enclave conducive to natural swimming.
SEA VIEW FROM EVERY ROOM
Guests can enjoy the indoor and outdoor living areas of this 4+1 bedroom villa, a beautiful 18-meter marble pool and a beautiful garden.
This unique property is divided into 5 pavilions, all connected by trails, but isolated by their design.
Each room offers a sea view and is equipped with refined and comfortable furniture. The large open-concept pavilion with living room and dining room features a dark wood ceiling and black floor, including 3 bay windows to let in the outside natural light.
The spacious terraces of this house, including a terrace with sun loungers by the pool, are perfect places to relax or celebrate an event. The sumptuous master suite is equipped with magnificent artwork, a huge dressing room and a superb bathroom, while two bright guest rooms offer private retreats, including en-suite bathrooms and balconies. with sea view. A guest pavilion with a bedroom and a living space convertible into a fifth bedroom is on the top floor of the villa.
THE PROPERTY IN IMAGES
A summary of the process of buying property in Phuket.
Payment terms when buying property in Phuket:
The majority of new properties in Phuket are sold off-plan or under construction. Buyers will always be asked to pay a deposit for the reservation of the unit they have chosen. This ensures that the property is taken off the market. Thereafter, some time (usually 30 days) is allowed to draw up the legal documents before the first payment is made on signing the contract.
Thereafter, the remaining payments are usually spread over the duration of the construction.
Here is an example:
In a new villa or condominium development, each owner will pay an initial amount into a sinking fund when ownership is transferred. This amount will be used in the future for major renovations and repairs that are not part of the operating budget.
Common area management costs:
In a villa scheme (note that this also applies to a condo/apartment building), specifically appointed property managers will normally be responsible for managing the common areas.
This service includes:
The property management company reports directly to the owners’ committee on management issues and the financial status of the project.
As a reminder, according to Thai law, foreigners are not allowed to own land outright, so a series of 30-year renewable leases are granted (Leasehold).
However, a foreigner can own the house or villa he buys (the building, not the land).
As for apartments or condominiums, there are no restrictions for foreigners to buy provided that the number of foreign owners owning a flat in the same building does not exceed 49%.
Indeed, the law stipulates that the majority of the owners must be Thai nationals.
Of course, Thai buyers are able to purchase land and house in real estate developments that offer the option of full ownership.