Would you buy this 2 bedroom condo?
https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=CyeeU ... d=0&back=1
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Yes there is.
Actually the square footage also includes balcony, so the unit itself is even smaller. Probably around 32sqmDaMan12 wrote: ↑ This is 100x more functional than a typical 400 SF Toronto Condo where the living/bedroom are combined with a linear kitchen wall that renders 70% of the space useless.
Even with the tiny kitchen, this still seems bigger than the square footage. I wonder if they have different laws for unit measurements in Thailand compared to us.
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I’ve said this before, but I’ll say it again:ozzie16 wrote: ↑Developers in Toronto do a terrible job with maximizing layout. Impractical kitchen, long hallways, large bathrooms and closets in a already cramped space.
They know how to make good use of limited space in Asia. The glass and mirrors really open up the space in that unit and the closets organized such that it doesn't take much away from the living space. I've seen some pretty cool stuff done with 300-400 sq ft in HK.
As a single person I would be happy with that. I've lived in less than 300 sq ft spaces in European cities and it was fine.
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