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TREETOPS CONDOMINIUM PATTAYA 50% SOLD, LAUNCHES SPECIAL GIFT OFFERS

Bangkok –Boutique Group of Companies, recipient of a Winner’s Award in the Thailand Property Awards 2012 for the retail development on Sukhumvit 47, Rain Hill, has launched a new promotion for its Treetops condominium Pattaya entitled “5 Free Gifts.” The promotion is unveiled in celebration of 50% of units in the development being sold. Buyers are able to select up to five free gifts in the new promotion, the choice of which may be made from either an iPad Mini, an iPhone 5, 1 year free maintenance, free transfer fee, or a 1 year Education Visa free of application cost.

Prab Thakral, founder of Thai-based Thakral Land Ltd. and its related organisation, the Boutique Group of Companies, said, “We have launched this promotion to celebrate our 50% sales achievement. Although this is low-season in Pattaya, Treetops has bucked the trend by receiving many visitors at its showroom; interested buyers are considering buying an overseas holiday home in Thailand, or a second home outside of Bangkok for weekends. Treetops Pattaya has been very popular as a result with over half the units now sold. It enjoys a supreme locationat the top of Pratumnak Hill next door to Pattaya Court, the Big Buddha statue and some of Pattaya’s best restaurants.”

There has been strong uptake from buyers due to Treetops being situated at this highly coveted spot, and also because of its low entry cost point, with prices starting from just 1.6 million Baht. This price makes the development affordable for buyers wishing to live in the condo, or to invest in it. The reputation of the developer is another key attraction.

Treetops Condominium, ameticulously designed boutique mid-rise comprises 252 units split over 13 floors, offers excellent investment potential to Thai and overseas buyers. Units are available as beautifully finished studios and one-bedroom units, in addition to several one-bedroom corner units which maximise the extraordinary views from this excellent location. Uniquely, single units can be combined into 2-bedroom condominiums, and all units are fully furnished. The property also stands out for its boutique nature; whereas most properties in Pattaya are large condos consisting of many rooms, Treetops has a special feeling of “home,” the sensation of privacy and a touch of nature close by too.

Facilities include a rooftop swimming pool, gymnasium, roof garden, BBQ area, stunning sea views, professional landscaping, a resort-like 9 metre-high lobby throughout and an excellent level of security.
 
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