Colonial style mansion
Stunning lake-side colonial style residence set within the renowned Palm Hills Golf Course. Dubbed "The White House" by local residents due to its unintentional resemblance to the real one, the property consists of a spacious well-appointed main house comprising 6 double bedroom suites, grand entrance hall, formal and informal living areas, kitchen, study and a separate staff cottage and laundry. Large 18 x 8 meter saltwater infinity pool overlooking the lake and surrounding hills. Beautiful enclosed garden with an abundance of tropical flowers, fruit and palm trees. Large garden pavilion for al fresco dining. Lovely quiet setting yet only a short distance to the beach and the newly-opened Venezia shopping and entertainment complex complete with canals, gondoliers and its own St. Mark's square.
Hua Hin, located just a couple of hours drive south of Bangkok, is known as Thailand´s Royal Beach Resort. It was the very first popular beach resort in the country. Tourism began here shortly after the director of state railway, Prince Purachatra, built the Railway Hotel in 1921. King Prajadhipok (Rama VII) decided he liked it so much that he built a lavish summer palace here. The palace known as Wang Klai Kung Wan (which translate into "Far from worries Palace" in English), was the full time residence of the current King Bhumijol Adulyadej until 2006 when health issues required him to return to Bangkok.
Home to a 5 km long white sandy beach, the modest tourist industry attracts around 1 million visitors each year (Thai`s and Foreigners) and is extremely popular with couples, families, golfers and groups of travellers wanting to take a relaxing break away from the hustle and bustle of other busier hotspots in the country.
From the house you can walk straigth onto the golf course. The property was completed in January 2008 and the garden has matured well. The pool is cleaned regularly and the garden tended to by Palm Hill service organisation.