Superb 3 Bedroom Villa in Nuea Khlong Thailand
This property is an excellent 3-bedroom villa located on Had Yao Beach, Talinchan, Nuaklong, Krabi.
The property consists of 3 double size bedrooms, 3 en-suite bathrooms, 1 separate ground floor toilet, lounge/dining room and kitchen.
The property also includes a private pool which provides an excellent area to cool down on hot sunny days.
Along with the private pool there is also a private patio area which provides a wonderful area to spend time and relax.
The property covers a total size of 1300 square metres and is located just 10 metres from the beach which is also part of the plot.
The property is being sold as fully furnished and equipped throughout.
The property also offers private off-street parking.
Due to the location, the property offers exceptional views of the beautiful beach and ocean right from the doorstep.
A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within Nuea Khlong, Thailand.
Private Patio Area
About the Area:
Krabi is one of the southern provinces of Thailand, on the shore of the Andaman Sea. Neighbouring provinces are Phang Nga, Surat Thani, Nakhon Si Thammarat, and Trang.
Phuket Province lies to the west across Phang Nga Bay. Krabi town is the seat of provincial government.
The area is dotted with solitary limestone peaks, both on land and in the sea. Rock climbers from all over travel to Ton Sai Beach and Railay Beach. The beaches form part of Krabi’s Phra Nang Peninsula.
Krabi’s limestone hills contain many caves, most having stalactites and stalagmites. Tham Chao Le and Tham Phi Hua To, both in Ao Luek District, contain prehistoric rock-paintings depicting humans, animals, and geometrical shapes.
in Lang Rong Rien cave in 1986 archaeologists found 40,000-year-old human artifacts: stone tools, pottery, and bones. it is one of the oldest traces of human occupation in Southeast Asia. Krabi’s caves are one of the main sources of nests of the edible-nest swiftlet, used in the making of bird’s nest soup.
Agriculture, tourism, and, to a lesser extent, fisheries, form the backbone of Krabi’s economy. Rubber is the primary cash crop of the province, followed by palm oil.
Most of Thailand has a “tropical wet and dry or savanna climate” type. The south and the eastern tip of the east have a tropical monsoon climate.
During the hottest time of the year (March to May), temperatures usually reach up to 40 °C or more with the exception of coastal areas where sea breezes moderate afternoon temperatures.