A Koh Samui villa will become the first Thailand property to be auctioned by what is claimed to be the largest real estate marketplace in the world.
Concierge Auctions has unveiled its latest auction line-up of 15 global properties including, for the first time, a Thailand property.
Buyers from around the world at the November auction can bid for the Koh Samui villa online. The Samujana villa will be auctioned alongside other properties that include one the most expensive properties for sale in the United States, an 18th century Italian villa and a Californian mansion.
The Koh Samui villa (pictured) at the Samujani gated-development will open for bidding on November 6 and close three days later. Originally for sale at US$ 5 million (THB 167.23 million), bids for the Koh Samui villas will be accepted at US$ 2.5 million (THB 81.36 million) and above.
Featuring award-winning architecture by Gary Fell and GFAB, the 1,203 sqm, open-plan villa is filled with light from floor-to-ceiling windows, with two state-of-the-art kitchens and multiple dining areas both inside and out with room for more than 15 people to dine.
All six bedrooms are en-suite and air conditioned, with dual sinks and soaking tubs. Indoor amenities include a private cinema, spacious TV lounge, games room, and fully-equipped gym.
Externally, the villa benefits from a large private infinity pool, sun decks, a BBQ area, landscaped gardens, and allocated parking.
The Koh Samui villa at Samujani is one of 27 in the hilltop development.
Charlie Smith, European Adviser for the company, said: “Embarking on our first auction in Thailand is pivotal, as this is a sought-after destination for buyers from both Europe and Asia.”
“Our luxury auction platform will expose this tropical piece of paradise to a global audience in what is an accelerated and intensified marketing exposure cycle.”
“Crucially, a wider audience of buyers will therefore assess the opportunity and be able to name their price and compete to own.”
Concierge Auctions says it is the largest luxury real estate marketplace in the world, powered by state-of-the-art technology.
Since its inception in 2008, the firm says it has generated nearly US$2 billion in sales and has broken world records for the highest priced homes ever achieved at auction.