Jump to content
BANGKOK
how241

Nirun Condos (3) -A1, B1 building, 4th and 5th floor(Corner condo)Rent-Sale

Recommended Posts

9 minutes ago, how241 said:

Excellent post !!!   That's exactly what I did when I lived in Nirun for 8 years.  I made the place very comfortable for myself and my lady.   Many have done exactly as you suggested and are living comfortably at a very low monthly cost. 

One of the main problems is you can not ''control'' your neighbors

and a place like Nirun can be ''exotic'' in a lot of way

i mean if the old geez next door is totaly deaf and listen TV on max volum all day long

or if 3 or 4 ladyboys in colocation in the room beside yours decide to play party all night long 

you are screwed

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
13 hours ago, Airalee said:

Much better photos this time.  Good luck with the sale.

I would not have liked to see the 'worse' photos. Horrible places.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
2 minutes ago, kingofthemountain said:

One of the main problems is you can not ''control'' your neighbors

and a place like Nirun can be ''exotic'' in a lot of way

i mean if the old geez next door is totaly deaf and listen TV on max volum all day long

or if 3 or 4 ladyboys in colocation in the room beside yours decide to play party all night long 

you are screwed

This issue can be a problem in any condo in any country.  I have found the Nirun security staff to be very quick and effective in handling any problems.  In my personal experience, I found Nirun to be quiet as I usually sleep in past 12 noon. By contrast,  I am now in a rental house that has a neighbor with 6 dogs and most of the houses on my soi also have several dogs each. When they start to howl,  they all join in.  Nirun was much quieter than where I am now. Two of the three condos I have for sale or rent only have one neighbor so the odds are with you that you will have peace and quiet. 

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
10 hours ago, bkk6060 said:

And you can walk to Big C.

 

That is if you don't get overrun by a truck in that narrow street

  • Haha 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted (edited)

how241 good luck. 

for my 2 cents worth.... Nirun offers excellent value for money, in sales and even better at rent. I had a similar (although not Nirun, but did visit Nirun and around the area a few times- great community 'feel') unit. (won't use the word condo). These budget type accommodation for me made a great base to use whilst travelling around Thailand/ SEA. I would spend 3 months here, then when the visa dictated, I would hop off on a trip to another country for a few weeks. never spent much time in the unit really, so didn't need a palace. if you think of it as a pied a terre, or storage space/ digs in between adventures, then you wouldn't want to spend a fortune each month. also renting a room like these meant I never had to worry about searching hotels for vacancies in pattaya, the unit worked out cheaper than a week in a hotel also.

Places such as Nirun do serve a purpose, and are definitely not full of down and out retirees living on air and mama. 

from my experience of the area, I would consider it if I was in the same situation as I was when I first made my home here in LOS.

addendum..... to some posters comment... a tin of paint to your personal color liking and a paintbrush is 1000 baht, i'm sure the landlord won't mind so long as it's not black.

 

Edited by jastheace
addendum

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Putin puts the criminals in such a place, it's called gulag.

  • Haha 1
  • Sad 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

U have to be kidding, how can anyone live in a place like that.

 

My cats get upset when we put them in a nice big cage to go to the vet, but your places don't even come close to the same level of comfort.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I could lower the rent for 4,000 monthly. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted (edited)
20 minutes ago, scotinsiam said:

2750 Baht monthly rental in Nirun and it looks better than your one.

 

https://www.renthub.in.th/en/condo-listings/for-rent--194---2000989

 

I just called and spoke with the rental agent and that price of 2,750 is for 1(one)  month and after that first month the price is 5,500 monthly for the rest of the year. Even at 5,500 monthly it is still a good value as the condo is upgraded nicely.   It looks like it might be the top floor, 6th floor,  which always tends to be hotter and it much harder to rent or sell. Thank you for your post,  My condo is 30% cheaper  and I might even lower my rental price to 3,700  IF  the new renter was seriously impacted financially by the virus. 

Edited by how241

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I see another one for 3000 baht per month 086 321 2245

 

Seems like prices there are plummeting - 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
5 minutes ago, scotinsiam said:

I see another one for 3000 baht per month 086 321 2245

 

Seems like prices there are plummeting - 

Did you call the # ??    Maybe it is the same phony deal,  1 month of cheaper rent to get you to sign a contract.  Is it 6th floor ??   Does it have air cond. ??   Are you looking for a rental room or just killing time surfing the net ??

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

×
×
  • Create New...