In the market for property in Asia? See below for the most impressive luxury homes we’ve seen this month.
Whether it’s a winter holiday home in one of Japan’s most prestigious ski villages, or a luxury abode in the world’s tallest apartment building complete with sky car porch, there is plenty of luxury property to found in Asia, and then some. With that in mind, we’ve gathered some of the best properties we’ve seen for that new home or property investment you’re looking for. In fact, here’s six of them.
1. Luxury Condominium in Bangkok
This ultra-luxe condominium is part of a wider residential development at the heart of Bangkok, by local real estate developer SC Asset. Located just across the way from stunning Lumpini Park, this one-bedroom unit boasts uninterrupted views of the surrounding Silom financial district; with tenants also having access to the complex’s club, rooftop pool and fitness facilities. Saleable area for this property comes to a total of 613 sq. ft., making it an ideal bolthole for the frequent business traveller.
Where: Saladaeng One, Bangkok
What: 1 bedroom; 1 bathroom
Asking Price: HK$3.65 million
2. Good Class Bungalow in Singapore
Designated by Singaporean authorities as a Good Class Bungalow (one of the city-state’s most desirable residential property classifications), Ford Avenue is a slice of resort-style living that remains close to the heart of affluent District 10. At 15,600 sq. ft. there’s ample room for a family of six or more, with carport space and a suitably lengthy 23-metre pool to match.
Where: Ford Avenue, Singapore
What: 5 bedrooms; 5 bathrooms
Asking Price: HK$166.4 million
3. Hotel-like Private Residences in Bangkok
Part of a luxury complex exclusively made up of corner apartments along the banks of the Chao Phraya River, this Four Seasons-administered property is the Canadian hotel group’s first waterfront residential concept in all of Asia. The 3,830 sq. ft. space is taken up by four bedrooms (each with their own freestanding bath), making this an ideal permanent base for affluent property owners who prefer a touch of hospitality in the home.
What: 4 bedrooms; 4 bathrooms
Asking Price: HK$40.1 million
4. Getaway Home in Ashigarashimo
Less than two hours drive from Tokyo in western Kanagawa Prefecture, Galleria Costa promises to be a getaway home unlike any other. Consisting of 8.5 acres of pristine oceanfront real estate (including a two-storey guest house), the property offers breathtaking, unparalleled view of Sagami Bay; with each room possessing an ocean view. The outdoor pool and baths (rotenburo) have been intentionally designed to give the impression of an infinite horizon; and when you finally manage to pick your jaw off the floor, there’s no shortage of amenities indoors (i.e. a gym, tennis court, karaoke, and golf simulator) with which to keep yourself entertained.
What: multi-level estate with saunas, Jacuzzi, outdoor pool, gym, home theatre, tennis court and more
Asking Price: HK$165.3 million
5. Glasshouse in Niseko
Nestled atop a tranquil woodland escarpment, this bespoke glass, concrete and steel build is one of the most stylish lodges to retreat to after a day spent skiing down the slopes of Mt. Yotei. The Glasshouse is the brainchild of award-winning architect Hikohito Konishi, and incorporates traditional Japanese building elements, such as an indoor spa handmade using Hinoki wood, into the otherwise contemporary two-floor layout. It’s great as a permanent retreat during ski season, or failing that — to rent for your next excursion to Niseko.
Where: Abuta, Hokkaido
What: 6 bedrooms; 4 bathrooms
Asking Price: HK$50.4 million
6. Moon Shadow Villa in Phuket
Located in Phuket’s affluent, resort-heavy neighbourhood of Kamala, Moon Shadow is a stupefyingly large private villa, with six bedrooms and a saleable area totalling 12,366 sq. ft. Incredible views of the Andaman Ocean are to be had at quite literally every angle throughout the house — excluding the wine cellar — with standout features of the project including a waterfall feature, double-wide terrace and peripherally connected private terraces.
Where: Kamala, Kathu, Phuket
What: 6 bedrooms; 7 bathrooms
Asking Price: HK$6.36 million
As of the publishing date of this article, any aforementioned properties were available for sale. As such, we cannot guarantee that these properties will be available for sale indefinitely, so please check the respective listings for the most up-to-date information.
This article was first published on Luxe Living Asia