Condos in Sukhumvit Bangkok
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Locations & Prices in Sukhumvit
Sukhumvit is one of the longest roads in Thailand but for the purpose of renting a property in Bangkok we can restrict the locations to Nana to Udom Suk.
A list of BTS stations contained within the Sukhumvit area would be: Nana, Asoke, Phrom Phong, Thonglor, Ekamai, Phra Khanong, On Nut, Bang Chak, Punnawithi, Udom Suk, Bang Na and Bearing.
Although Bang Na and Bearing are on the Sukhumvit line, I don’t think many people would class those locations as Sukhumvit in general speech, they are quite far from the center.
There is an argument for including Chidlom and Phloen Chit on that list but technically they are not on Sukhumvit Road.
Prices vary greatly within Sukhumvit, let’s look at some locations and typical prices.
Nana is arguably where you will find the oldest properties in Sukhumvit.
Nana is of course famous/infamous for it’s red light area and it is a noisy place to stay, if you can live with the noise, bustle, endless tourists and hawkers, then maybe Nana is the place for you.
Condos there are generally have a generous floor space and are older.
Condos in Nana have been making money for a long time and land has traditionally been expensive, making development of new condos there very rare.
Prices, even for an older one bedroom condo will be relatively high, minimum of 23,000 Baht per month and although you may get some additional floor space the place will probably look tired and may have higher utility bills.
Asoke is theoretically popular location to live and a lot of people when they arrive think they will stay at Asoke.
However most of the condominiums there are old and uneconomical for utilities such as electricity, because of that some big condos can be found for what at first appear to be a great deal.
However when faced with an electricity bill that may be 15 times greater than that of a new modern condo, old facilities, possible maintenance issues and a possible pest problem, suddenly that mausoleum with its acres of space starts to lose it’s shine!
Smaller Condos in Asoke in the 18,000 Baht range will be old and relatively expensive for utilities.
Modern condos there are the sensible choice, bills will be a fraction of an older condo, maintenance will be better, although pools may be small due to the majority of new buildings being low rise but a Modern One Bedroom Condo, under 40 SQM in Asoke will cost you 25-30,000 Baht per month.
Phrom Phong is always popular but for a modern budget condo, forget it, inner city living has a price. Again there are a lot of older condos around Phrom Phong and a lot of condos that appear to be a good deal but will levy you with a simply ridiculous electricity bill at the end of the month.
Some apartment buildings around Sukhumvit have been pulling the electricity scam for years and are expert at it, Phrom Phong is the place where this will happen if you are silly enough to ‘walk in’ to a condo or apartment building.
Remember nothing is free, if it appears to be too good to be true, it is!
Thonglor is the ‘new black’ in property locations in Bangkok! It is probably the most requested location for mid range properties in Bnagkok.
Social life is good, the restaurant scene is truly international and there are a lot of modern condos.
Of course this all comes at a price, a one bedroom condo within a few hundred meters of the BTS at Thonglor will cost you anything from 28-40,000 Baht per month.
If you have the money and the desire and socalising is important to you but don’t want to be over run with tourists and street vendors, then we would thoroughly recommend Thonglor.
If there was a minus point it would be that some customers say they feel it is not Bangkok enough for them, a lack of street food etc.
With a few exceptions, Ekamai and Thonglor will be the most expensive locations to stay on Sukhumvit.
Most of the condos at Ekamai are modern and relatively close to the BTS.
Ekamai and Thonglor are two streets / sois that run parallel to each other, are only a few hundred meters apart and share the same advantages / disadvantages.
Prices for a modern one bed condo around Ekamai are the same as those for Thonglor: 28-40,000 Baht per month.
Phra Khanong does have some modern condos but mostly into Rama 4, which can be quite a walk from the BTS.
The area has a lot of older apartment buildings and there really isn’t a lot to do. Any socalising or shopping will require a trip on the BTS or a taxi.
There are some modern condos at Phra Khanong with great facilities, so if the relative quietness of the area and isn’t an issue then you will definitely find a nice apartment.
However the choice of condos close to the BTS at Phra Khanong at present is quite restricted, I can think of one budget: 15.000 baht condominium and two mid range: 20-30,000 range modern condominiums.
On Nut has been popular with English teachers for a long time.
This was traditionally due to On Nut being the last stop on The Sukhumvit line, that is no longer the case and property prices have risen.
Prices for a modern one bed condo under 40 SQM at On Nut would be 13-15,000 Baht per month.
For that price you would be 500 meters or less from the BTS, have a nice pool and fitness and possibly amenities onsite such as a 7/11 or coffee shop.
On Nut market is a popular spot for westerners after work and you will always find someone to chat to there on the way home from work.
For those looking for a cheap condo less than a kilometer from the BTS, they may be better to look further out the Sukhumvit line towards: BangChak, Punnawithi or Udom Suk.