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Posted: 05 May 2009 | 9:31 am
Yesterday thephuketinsider.com spoke to Ian Spurdle Sales Director of Tawan Properties who confirmed that Tawan Views would complete by the end of this year. Phase 1 units are set to handover in October. With 24 units in the development and one of the key features being only one apartment per floor only 13 units are remaining for sale. A contemporary design has been crafted for the property by leading design firm K+K from Hong Kong.
It's interesting to note that three key demand generators which have enticed buyers into the location which are access to three high quality golf courses being Blue Canyon, Mission Hills and Laguna Phuket. Second is boating with the nearly Ao Po Grand Marina and last is access to the islands of Phang Nga Bay.
With aspects over Jumeirah Private Island Resort Tawan Views has locked into those fundamental drivers which are so important to property being excellent design, ocean views and proximity to attractions. The East Coast of Phuket remains a performing property market back of the success of Baan Yamu, Cape Yamu, Jumeirah, Sri Panwa and Outrigger Serenity Terraces over the past year.
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