Deva Real Estate has launched its D8 Luxury Vertical House project in the Ekamai-Ramintra area, with facilities such as a private condominium on 700 square metres to serve buyers’ extended family lifestyles.
"The Luxury Vertical House project is an urban living solution concept for high-end customers looking to live in nearby central business centre locations. Each house in the project has a larger usage area than condominium, with passive design and more green area,” the company said.
All parts of the house can be exposed to natural wind and sun with a unique linkage design. Every house with over 700 square metres of living space has full facilities, such as a. private swimming pool, six-car parking space, for three generations living in a house at Bt39.9 million.
Lertmongkol Waravenuch, managing director of Deva Real Estate, said the Luxury Vertical House project is designed to meet the needs of extended families who want to live in a city with easy access to the CBD.
“With over 700 square meters of living space, each D8 house has a six-car parking space that can accommodate up to nine-car parking space with mechanic car park.
“Moreover, the project has more privacy with only six units available at Ekamai-Ramindra at the price of Bt39.9 million with full facilities such as elevator, swimming pool and private garden. The house owner would feel as if the owner of a mini condominium but no central expenses.
“In addition, the D8 project is characterised by passive design, wind direction, air flow and lighting that reaches each house area for can saving.
“The centre of the building is the location of a tree course which is the main court area the house. All bedrooms are designed to view this area. All bedrooms are designed to view this area.. Green areas are inserted into pocket gardens into each unit. The pool is designed to be on the top floor for privacy and a wider view and can be reached directly from the master bedroom – a penthouse style that bedroom and bathroom are connected by a large glass walkway making the area more attractive than other projects.”