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In total there is 29,096 square metres of land (18 rai, 74 talang wah)., all on 3 chanote. 14 rai is a complete small hill or doi, and the remainder is a fish and irrigation pond of 1 rai and rice fields. 3 phase power is connected. The main house is a high quality home with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, sala etc. of 250 square metres. There is a 30,000 litre water tank built in. The guest house is a complete house with 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, large living and kitchen and sala, of 95 square metres. There is a 25,000 litre water tank built in. The double garage and workshop building is 125 square metres with a self contained room (bedsitter) above and a complete bathroom. There is also a large feed room and grain storage room. There is a 35,000 litre water tank built in. The greenhouse is a 35 square metre concrete block and hardwood frame building used for aquaponics and kitchen garden. It is linked to the decorative fish pond near the house as an operating aquaponics system. There is a 50,000 litre water tank under this building. The chicken house is a 35 square metre concrete block and hardwood frame building with built in nesting boxes. Approximately 1 rai of fenced yard is attached to this house. There is a near new Kubota L4708 4WD tractor with disc harrow, rotory tiller, slasher, and post hole auger. There is a 25 horsepower zero turn 54 inch lawn mower. Various pumps, grinders and other plant for use on the property. There are many grafted variety fruit trees planted, mostly 6 years old, including 1 rai (29 trees) of macadamias, about 25 mangoes, limes, lemons, mandarins, lumyai, rambutan, custard apple, guava, avacado, mulberry, pomelo, banana, jack fruit, papaya. Many large shade and flowering trees. A terraced , irrigated and fenced garden near the house. Currently turkeys, chickens, and fish are bred and grown for consumption and sale.
Foreign nationals can own the building (house) in their own name but not the land that it stands on.
Foreign nationals cannot own land in Thailand. The options in which a foreigner can control the land are via a 30-year lease or by purchasing the land through a Thai company.