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Ultra Villa Chingari Project Launch On Millionaires Mile

Category: Real estate, Posted:26 May 2011 | 07:09 am

Phuket's luxury villa estate market is set to see a series of new impressive launches this year.
First up is the exclusive Chingari Estate on Kamala's Millionaires Mile, which is next to another high end development Waterfall Bay.
Three 6 bedroom estate homes priced from USD7.5 million are being released in an initial tranche by the developer with west coast ocean views.
Leading Hong Kong design house MAP Architecture is leading the creative team.
With internal areas of 700 square meters and total built up area of just over 1500 square meters, the villas are placed on 2 rai lots.
Meanwhile its understood that Allan Zeman is set to take his 'Andara Effect' a step further with another new project which will be debuting soon at the topside of the marketplace.

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