Bangkok property developer Nusasiri PLC is expanding its Pattaya offerings, building a sprawling, Tuscany-styled housing development adjacent to its Nusa Water Park in Jomtien Beach.
CEO Visanu Thepcharoen hosted the Nov. 30 official launch of the 162-rai Nusa Chivani Pattaya, which opened for sales in September. He said the 3.9 billon baht development’s first phase is now 70 percent sold, with 70 percent of the buyers being Thais.
Siriya Thepcharoen, deputy MD of Marketing for Nusasiri PLC.
Visanu said construction has begun on 84 homes in Phase 1. Once built out, the neighborhood will boast 570 homes. The development is on Sukhumvit Road near the company’s existing water park and Hotel D’Acqua Pattaya.
Nuasiri is offering four floor plans: a single-story 165.40 sq. meters, two-story 211.56 sq. meters, single story 211.76 sq. meters, and two-story 267.26 sq. meters.
While Thais make up the large majority of the customer base, the remaining 30 percent is being purchased by Russians, Chinese and Americans.
Siriya Thepcharoen, Deputy MD of Marketing, says the neighborhood is the first Tuscany-styled development in eastern Thailand, offering “the aesthetic beauty of original Romanesque sculptures beautifully and elegantly conveyed through the statue of Poseidon at the entrance, linking sea folklore and the deity protecting the project.”
Homeowners will have access to the water park’s health center, offering routine checkups, vitamins, and hydrotherapy.
For more information, visit Nusasiri.com or call 02-770-4555.
This computer graphic shows a typical bedroom in one of the project’s villas.
A Tuscany inspired villa at Nusa Chivani Pattaya.