Modern detached 2 Storey House in Chon Buri ThailandEuroresales Property iD – 9824541Property information:Modern detached 2-storey house standing in its own walled plot.Ground floor; large open plan lounge and dining area, separate fully fitted kitchen, cloakroom to 5th bedroom currently used as games room.Stairs with double landing to first floor providing access to four double bedrooms, all en-suite with fitted wardrobes and dresser.Master bedroom has balcony overlooking garden.External pump room and laundry room, sala and 8 x 4-m swimming pool.There is a drive providing parking for up to six vehicles via electronic gate off Siam Gardens a cul-de-sac.The building full external lighting, security fencing above the boundary walls, a PiR intruder alarm system and a UL rated safe.The property could be used either as a holiday home or as a permanent residence.A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within Chon Buri Thailand.Other information:No. of Beds: 4/5 bedroomsNo. of Reception Rooms: Two open-plan.Floor Space (metres squared): 480-m2Furnished: FurnishedPool: PrivateGarden: PrivatePlot (metres squared): 860-m2Covered area (metres squared): 316-m2 approximately.Parking: Off Street ParkingNo of Outbuildings: Two; sala and pump room.View: CountryOrientation: EastDistance from Sea: 30 minsDistance from Airport: 1.5 hoursDistance from Golf: WalkingDistance from Main Attraction: 30 minsAbout the area:Chonburi is an eastern province of Thailand. Neighboring provinces are Chachoengsao, Chanthaburi, and Rayong. To the west is the Gulf of Thailand. Chonburi is home to Thailand’s largest tourist oriented city, Pattaya, it is the only province outside the Bangkok Metropolitan Area to connect by an eight-lane motorway to Bangkok, 80 km distant.it is home to Thailand’s largest and primary seaport, it has a thriving migrant and expatriate population.Due to these factors, the province’s population is growing rapidly, with currently some 1.7 million residents.The registered population as of 31 December 2012 was 1.36 million.