Minor International’s award-winning luxury branded residential project in Phuket presents an investment opportunity
One of Asia Pacific’s renowned hospitality, lifestyle, and restaurant companies, Minor International, announces its award-winning luxury branded residential, Avadina Hills by Anantara, to be completed in early 2021.
The ultra-luxury project developed with joint venture partner Kajima, a construction and real estate development company listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, oversees Layan Beach on Phuket’s exclusive ‘Millionaire’s Mile’ from a mountain viewpoint, presenting an attractive property investment opportunity.
Micah Tamthai, the vice president of real estate at Minor International, stated, “we are delighted to introduce the soon-to-be-completed Avadina Hills by Anantara. Our exquisite ocean-view residences are perfectly suited for those looking for an exceptional holiday home to share with loved ones, or to add to their investment portfolio.”
The development recently triumphed the Best Luxury Housing Development (Phuket) and Best Housing Development (Thailand) awards at the 14th PropertyGuru Thailand Property Awards, the kingdom’s longest-running and most respected real estate awards programme held in Bangkok.
Along with five-start resort amenities like 11 pool villas sizing from 2,642 to 3,373 square metres, Avadina Hills by Anantara is elegantly minimalist with designs inspired by Kajima’s Japanese heritage. The floor-to-ceiling windows, teak ceilings, and granite floors maximise panoramic views of the Andaman Sea through an indoor-outdoor ambience.
Each villa consists of four to ten bedrooms, a spacious sundeck, and a white-stone infinity pool. Two unfitted lower floors enable an entirely customisable space for a private study, spa, cinema, gym, or additional bedrooms.
The residential management team and the five-star Anantara Layan Phuket Resort close by are sure to provide management and maintenance 24/7. Owners and residents can access the resort facilities, which include a private beach, spa, gym, tennis courts, swimming pools, kids’ club, world-class restaurants and bars, a-la-carte in-residence dining and wellness services, a helipad, and a boat tender drop-off point.
Minor International’s portfolio consists of nine branded residential developments in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the UAE under their luxury hospitality brands Anantara, Four Seasons, and St. Regis.
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