Ruam Rudee Palace
“A unique stately home formerly the residence of the daughter of King Rama V of Siam, designed by Swiss-French architect, Charles Beguelin, employed by both King Rama VI and King Rama VII of Siam, he is known for designing the Bureau of Public Health, The Supreme Court, King Rama VII Museum and several palaces for princes and princesses of Siam.
The architecture represents elegant early 1920's style and was also formerly the residence for two successive Ambassadors of Australia during the 1970's.
The prime location of the Ruam Rudee Palace is set near the prestigious Embassy Row in Thailand. The location, the history, and the beautiful architecture of the Ruam Rudee Palace make it the most unique luxury real estate in Bangkok today.
The Palace has 4 bedrooms with 4 ensuite bathrooms and 1 guest powder room. It features a double vaulted terrace, large doors, and windows, high ceilings, a gated private parking of up to 4 cars and a tropical garden with a pond.
The Ruam Rudee Palace once belongs to Princess Yaovabha Bongsanid (28 August 1884-13 June 19334), she was a daughter of King Chulalongkorn, Rama V of Siam (later Thailand).
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