PRICE START FROM ฿ 2,465,600
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The Jewel Pratumnak occupies a prime corner site in an elevated position on Soi Rachjawaroon & Kasetsin 1. The Jewel has a total of 121 gems on offer with a brilliant mix of sizes and types available, including stunning corner units and penthouses.Raised ceiling heights and innovative room layouts maximize floor space and living areas in each unit, with subtle earth tones used throughout providing a perfect balance and modern look.
Every unit comes with luxury fixtures and fittings for bathroom including mosaic tiling, glass shower doors, quality built-in kitchens with composite surfaces, and fitted wardrobes in bedrooms. The Jewel has 2 high speed passenger elevators plus a separate fire elevator, an emergency stair-well, plus a rooftop Heli-Pad. Covered parking areas for both residents and visitors are secured and monitored by CCTV. Fire alarms, extinguishers and emergency lighting feature throughout the communal areas and hallways. Wi-Fi service is provided in communal areas of the building. All rooms are provided with connections for telephone line and have TV outlets for any future cable TV connections as required.
The “Cosy Beach” area as it’s often locally referred to, is well named with “cosy” being such an apt way to describe the secluded tree-lined soi’s and local stores and restaurants that form part of this locale, which has retained it’s village type ambience despite being on the doorstep of downtown Pattaya. Not only does the neighbourhood have local charm in abundance, but it is also held in high regard, with well established institutions and internationally recognized hotels in close proximity.
Some of our esteemed neighbours include The Royal Varuna Yacht Club, The Sheraton Hotel, The Royal Cliff Hotel Resort, along with sports clubs and 9-hole golf course. With real historical significance, at the peak of Pratumnak Hill is the monument to Admiral Krom Luang Jumborn Khet Udomsakdi. Formerly H.R.H. Prince Abhakara Kiartiwongse during the reign of King Chulalongkorn (RAMA V), he was best known for his great contribution to the development of the Royal Thai Navy and was proclaimed “The Father of the Royal Thai Navy”. Just a short stroll from the monument is perhaps a more familiar area, which is the viewpoint that gives visitors and budding photographers sweeping panoramic views across the city and beyond.