This 2 bedroom apartment at Abloom Phahonyothin in the Pahonyothin area is ideal for a small family or single expats and couples without children who expect family and friends to be visiting on a regular basis. The whole apartment is welcoming and homely. From the open-plan living area with its wood flooring to the beautifully finished bathrooms with quality fittings and tiles. The open plan living area has a lounge space that will be well used. There is a white double-size sofa with long foot rest and matching wide armchair and the stylish solid wood coffee table matches the dresser on which a flat-screen TV stands. Behind the furniture are floor to ceiling glass doors that give access to the apartments balcony. Further into the living area is the kitchen with fitted cupboards and drawers as well as appliances which are built in to the granite effect worktops. One of these sections is a comfortable breakfast bar with two stools. The bedrooms and bathrooms are beautifully finished. Both bedrooms have double beds and there are dressers with mirrors as well as wardrobe space. The décor blends perfectly to give the rooms a comfortable, warm feeling. The master bathroom has a beautiful suite that includes a long wash basin with large wall mirror above, full size bathtub and separate glassed-in shower area. The guest bathroom also has a very comfortable feel with a very inviting corner shower unit which is once again glass enclosed.
Facilities:Secure parking is available for tenants and 24/7 security is in operation. There is a shared swimming pool and well equipped Fitness Room.
Location: For those with children International schooling is within 1.5km. Sanam Pao BTS is the nearest Skytrain station. International Hospitals are the same distance as the Expressway entrance; around 1 km. In terms of shopping there is a large supermarket chain within 1.5 km, the world famous weekend market of Chatuchak is a short journey away and Central Lad Prao is the nearest shopping mall. For public parks the closest green city space is Suan Santi Phap.