Luxury comes as standard
The Sands Condominium is on course to complete in a few months’ time. The building is finished and fitting out is in progress.
This represents good news, of course, for those who have bought there. Indeed, I think it represents good news for the Pattaya property scene all round.
The 27-storey, 284-unit development sits in the popular Pratumnak area, looking out over the Gulf of Siam from its prime location, Soi 5, perch and is just a short walk from the beach.
More than 80 per cent of the ultra-modern apartments have already been sold, but if you are considering buying there you may wish to declare your interest soon before they start to hand the first keys over.
Well, the project currently has a sales promotion running whereby the first five people to place deposits and make an initial payment will each receive a free iPhoneX.
News of the free phone offer coincides with the appointment of a new sales and marketing manager for the project – Chris Heath. Chris had the same role at Soho Properties in Bangkok where he earned the reputation as an expert in Thai property, often writing articles and being asked to comment in the Bangkok Post. He was with Soho for 15 years.
Sands offers a mixture of high-end luxury units. There are studios, one- and two-bed apartments and, of course, penthouses. On-site facilities are impressive.
Most worthy of note is the panoramic 368sqm sea view deck with pool and Jacuzzi on the 15th floor.
There is also a fully-equipped fitness centre, conditioning room and sauna.
On a more practical level the tower will have four high-speed elevators and round-the-clock security backed up with keycard access.
Those familiar with the area close to Sands will know that it lies a short walk from some excellent dining opportunities and that the popular nightlife areas of the city itself and Jomtien are just a few minutes away by car or taxi.
To appreciate the quality of Sands you really need to visit the site and get a full appreciation of just how well located it is.
The showroom is open between 10.00 and 18.00 every day (except Sunday).
Main phone number is +66 (0)38 250 109; mobiles are Thai +66 (0)99 005 4294 or +66 (0)92 484 6262 (English).