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Six Senses Yao Noi Targets Luxury Property Buyers

Category: Real estate, Posted:28 Dec 2010 | 06:00 am

The developers of the Six Senses Hideaway Yao Noi which opened in 2007 are looking to cash in on the luxury villa market.
Nine private residences situated on a panoramic hilltop are available for sale. One bedroom units are priced from THB25 million, and two bedrooms from THB39 million.
Premium properties range as high as THB88 million. A revenue sharing and usage program between unit owner and operator is available.
The investor's group is led by a venture between Thai entrepreneur Dr. Chinavais Sarasas and Switzerland's Germing Frey.
More information <link>http://www.sixsenses.com/privateresidences/yao-noi/home/*CLICK</link>

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