What a great piece of land! 23 Rai, 2 Ngan, 60 Sq. Wah to freely follow your dreams. Just a short 30 minute drive to the city of Sakhon Nakhon and only a 10 minute drive to the world renowned Nong Han Lake you’ll find this property situated close to Highway 22, Udon to Nakhon Phanom, nestled on the outskirts of the village environment where you can choose how to live your lifestyle. A retirement plot, a business enterprise, a long-term investment or even a hospitality venture. It has been suggested that just a mere 8 – 10 metres under the surface there is an ample supply of fresh water waiting to have a bottled water plant established. With 35 Amp of electricity connected and good supply of water, the opportunities are endless.
The current owners have removed a number of older trees but kept beautiful “Wild Mango” trees which are highly sought after for their quality and taste. In addition to a 1+ year old home gravel foundation building pad, there are owner-designed markers set down for the owners home, should you wish to have the diagrams. It’s all ready to go, just bring your builder or construction company and proceed. This, close to everything, but secluded property, has the real feel of nature, especially as you watch the fish feeding in the larger size pond that has been specially excavated. If you wish to go organic with various crops in the plot set aside for vegetables, the soil is fertile and would be ideal. Other sections of the land are ready for rice with all berms established.
We’ll let you judge for yourself when you inspect this lovely parcel as to which lifestyle you would like. The opportunities, using your imagination, are there!
We consider this good value for the location, within the region and proximity, to all the facilities you need. For a personal inspection by appointment, please phone Jack (Thai and Eng.) 094 5281108 or Ernie (Eng.) 085 1798729
- 10 minutes to Nong Han Lake
- 30 Minutes to Sakhon Nakhon
- 35 Amp Power on property
- fish pond
- Road Frontage
- Water connected
- Wild Mango trees