Land and house for sale in
Chiang Mai, Thailand
your home in North-Thailand
Baan Benjamin lies beautifully situated at the bank of Ping river, 15 km north of the city of Chiang Mai. To the international airport of Chiang Mai it is only a 30 minutes drive by car, to downtown Chiang Mai it is only 20 minutes.
Map of Thailand
Map of Chiang Mai
Area and price
The area is about 8,5 Rai (13600 m2 or 3.36 acres) but only one half of the land is used for the buildings and the garden, the other half could be used e.g. for other buildings, tennis courts or for growing agriculture products.
The price for the whole lot and all the buildings is THB 90`000`000. The broker fee of 3 % is payable when the transaction is closed.
The main house has 5 rooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 guest toilet and a european kitchen. The floors in all the rooms are teak wood parquet, in the bathrooms granit and marble.
Floor plan (main house)
Entrance to the main house
Living- and diningroom (main house)
Kitchen (main house)
Master bedroom (main house)
Master bathroom (main house)
The guesthouse has two appartments, each with a livingroom, a bedroom, a bathroom and a kitchenet. The floors of the rooms are teak wood parquet and marble in the spacious bathroom.
Floor plan (guesthouse)
The Swimming Pool
Swimming pool and «Sala»
Swimming pool and main house
Buy Land and house in Chiang Mai, Thailand
Chiang Mai (Thai: เชียงใหม่) sometimes written as "Chiengmai" or "Chiangmai", is the largest and most culturally significant city in northern Thailand, and is the capital of Chiang Mai Province. It is located 700 km (435 mi) north of Bangkok, among the highest mountains in the country. The city is on the Ping river, a major tributary of the Chao Phraya river.
In recent years, Chiang Mai has become an increasingly modern city and has been attracting over 5 million visitors each year, of which between 1.4 million and 2 million are foreign tourists (depending on the year). Chiang Mai gained prominence in the political sphere in May 2006, when the Chiang Mai Initiative was concluded here between the ASEAN nations and the "+3" countries (China, Japan, and South Korea). Chiang Mai is one of three Thai cities contending to host the World Expo 2020. It has also recently positioned itself to become a Creative City and is considering to apply for Creative City Status with UNESCO.
Chiang Mai's historic importance is derived from its strategic location on the Ping river and major trading routes. The city has long been a major center for handcrafted goods, umbrellas, jewelry (particularly silver) and woodcarving.
While officially the city (thesaban nakhon) of Chiang Mai only covers most parts of the Mueang Chiang Mai district with a population of 160,000, the urban sprawl of the city now extends into several neighboring districts. This Chiang Mai Metropolitan Area has a population of nearly one million people, more than half the total of Chiang Mai Province.
The city is subdivided into four wards (khwaeng): Nakhon Ping, Srivijaya, Mengrai, and Kawila. The first three are on the west bank of the Ping River, and Kawila is located on the east bank. Nakhon Ping district comprises the north side of the city. Srivijaya, Mengrai, and Kawila consist of the west, south, and east respectively. The city center—within the city walls—is mostly with Srivijaya ward.
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