More London property to tempt Thai buyers

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London property is back in the sights of Thailand buyers and investors, with several prolific British projects being targeted at local buyers in the coming days and weeks.

The Dumont, located on London’s Embankment in the SE1 postcode, is being showcased by Colliers International Thailand at a private show later this month.

The Berkeley Group project, which is within walking distance of Vauxhall Underground station, is being showcased at the Berkeley offices within the St. Regis Hotel in Bangkok.

Prices at this London property start from THB 29.4 million.

Also searching for Thailand buyers and investors is One West Point in the W3 postcode of London.

Recently promoted in Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok is next in line for a sales event, to be held in conjunction with Business Class Asia and Re/Max Lifestyle Property on Sunday, July 17, at Bangkok’s Park Hyatt.

Prices here will start from around THB 21.4 million.

Cashmere Wharf at London Dock, another London property from Berkeley Group has also been showcased to Bangkok buyers within the last week.

Prices for a studio unit of approx. 65 sqm started at almost THB 39 million through CBRE Thailand.

Berkeley Group is also currently marketing Fairwater House in Chelsea Creek (pictured).

The property, located close to Kensington and Belgravia, boasts prices starting from almost THB 38 million.

Earlier this month, 9 Millbank in Westminster, another Berkeley Group project was showcased in Bangkok.

Prices at this development were reported as starting from close to THB 50 million.

These latest London properties takes the total for the year to more than 20 separate developments aimed at Bangkok buyers of London property.

ThailandProperty.News is aware of more London properties that are being slated for exposure to Thailand-based buyers in the coming weeks and months.

One reason is likely that every Singaporean who wants to buy London has already purchased, given London property has been exhibited in the city-state almost every weekend for more than 15 years.

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