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    Those places in Ching Mai look a bargain.

    These 2 bedroom dolls houses in Hua Hin start at 3.9M


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    Bloody expensive.

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    How much land is that house on CMN?

    I'd say a similar house in my area of BKK would be in the 4-5 million range, but the land would be quite small.

    I think land is about 30,000 baht/square wah here, so 100 wah is going to set you back 3 mil before you've even thought of a house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dougal
    Those places in Ching Mai look a bargain.

    These 2 bedroom dolls houses in Hua Hin start at 3.9M



    Sounds very excessive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    Standard of materials to finish, tiles go upto 1,000baht per sq met, granite upto 5,000baht per sq met, in that pic he has used solar glass which is the most expensive, things like taps start at 75baht and go upto 5,000baht, silly little things like that soon add up though
    Oh OK, so the price of basic building, before any fitting out costs, should be around B7000per sq meter?

    bathroom and kitchen fittings can obviously be expensive, as can marble/granite floors, so should not be included in building estimates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    Dr Andy.
    It takes me 11 minutes exactly to get to the centre of town from here.
    Really, nowhere is far from anywhere up here.
    I know what you mean, but I just hate any driving. I love being able to walk or cycle anywhere easily, and get home in a tuktuk when a bit pissed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Andy
    and get home in a tuktuk when a bit pissed!
    i often am and often do.
    Unfortunately the going rate seems to be about 150 baht, then you have to make your way into town next day to pick up the bike.

    I must say though, I thoroughly enjoy living where i do. They've just opened a new rimping supermarket round the corner. plenty of bars and restaurants, a little town all of its own. Don't often feel the need to go into the town proper these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Andy
    and get home in a tuktuk when a bit pissed!
    i often am and often do.
    Unfortunately the going rate seems to be about 150 baht, then you have to make your way into town next day to pick up the bike.
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    well, that gets me two extra beers!! my tuktuk is only B40 home, and no bike to pick up the next day as I use Sontaew for B15!!

    Rimping is good, better than Lotus, I think.
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    Ok this place aint finished but it is extremely large.


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    Here is another house being built in Wat yang, this is a big beasty


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    deleted. what the fcuk was that? what page was I on.


    Carry on
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    this house the drive is about 100 meters long, it is on quite a few rai of land

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    Any pics. of The Spanish Hills estates ?

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    They are nice zorin, this is on the beach in Rayong.


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    nice, pity there is no beach in CM

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    Quote Originally Posted by zorin


    How much for this place?

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    That is not a place, unless you are a frog

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    Ok, this place aint a house but it is called "Golden Cliff House", it's down next to one of the Royal families houses inbetween Jomtien and Pattaya, if your feeling rich oneday and want to impress a gal then take her here, it's about 2k baht per night but is really classy, 2 pools and everything you could think of.


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    This place is a house, it is on a few Rai and has road frontage at the back and the front, this place is like 100 meters from the sea so the land value must be way beyond us mere mortals salaries


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    The other road frontage part of the land has similar but smaller buildings, damn I would have liked to have got the job to build this one


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    Do you think that logo MP could be member of parliment? Through the gate, I could see it in Thailand!

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