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Villa rentals in Vinhomes Riverside

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Hoa Sua is a villa zone in Vinhomes Riverside with a high density of residents living in the first days. It is located in the southeast of the urban area. This villa is located near Hoa Hong street with beautiful European sculpture. From Hoa Sua blocks, residents can easily move to the essential amenities of Vinhomes Riverside such as: BIS International School, Almaz International Cuisine and Convention Center, Outdoor Pool and Vincom Shopping Center, sport courses and golf practice course ...


The entire Hoa Sua has 529 villas devided into 11 blocks. Each villa has 3 floors and 1 basement. Hoa Sua is mostly composed of semi-detached villas in an area of 200m2 - 250m2 (80%). Remaining among them are detached villas from 280m2 - 350m2. The plots of these villas are often triangular. Currently, the occupantion rate of Hoa Sua villas is about 100%. A large number of foreign residents are renting villas in Hoa Sua. The reason is because the villas there are close to BVIS schools.
Hoa Sua 1 is designed in a winding fashion to make a difference. Hoa Sua 3 is designed by parallel architectures along Hoa Hong Street. The villa zone consists of 62 villas including 48 semi-detached villas and 14 detached villas. Hoa Sua 3 is a villa zone designed in a stretched style. So when you look at the villas from afar, it will look very beautiful.
Hoa Sua 4, 5, 6 are separated from Hoa Sua 1, 2, 3 by Hoa Hong Street. Hoa Sua 4 has the least number of villas with a total of 30 villas including 14 detached villas and 16 semi-detached villas. With villas from Hoa Sua HS4-01 to Hoa Sua HS4-13, there is a very nice and airy garden as well as a stunning view of river. Hoa Sua 5 has a bow-style design embracing the river. This villa zone includes 74 villas including 14 single villas of from 290m2 - 500m2 and 60 semi-detached villas of 250m2.

Hoa Sua 6 villa zone is designed quite similar to Hoa Sua (HS4) area. There are total 38 villas. 12 single villas with an area of 280m2 - 350m2 and 26 semi-detached villas from 250m2.
Hoa Sua 7 Vinhomes Riverside has relatively few units, only about 30 villas. The villa zone is near the golf course and also has a playground for children. Therefore, it is suitable for families with young children.
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