This enchanting Bali retreat is tucked between two sacred rivers and rolling rice fields in the small village of Pererenan.
The villas colonial-style interior is reminiscent of Balis 1930s golden age when the islands magic was first discovered by western travelers and artists. Built along ancient feng shui principles that maximise geometric harmony and energy flow, it was designed to amplify the prosperity, health and good fortune of anyone who steps inside.
The monumental open-plan living, dining and kitchen area lies under a lofty alang-alang thatched roof and has teak wood flooring throughout. The solid 10-seater dining table and comfortable sofas perfectly complement the tropical outdoor views. From Sumatran carpets to whale bone fragments, the villas antique furniture and ornaments are worthy of a guided tour.
The master bedroom and the two guest bedrooms in the main building have stunning ensuite bathrooms with indoor and outdoor showers, as well as a bathtub. A third guest bedroom is privately situated in the wooden Javanese Gladak building within the garden and has a lovely outdoor ensuite bathroom with rain shower. One bedroom has currently been converted to a gym room, plus there is a sauna room.
Fronting the main villa building is a stunning Ernest Hemingway-style timber porch with plenty of seating and two large hammocks, as well as a round wooden dining table for relaxed alfresco meals. And from one of the comfortable seats in the imposing wooden balé, you’ll fully appreciate the properties beautifully sculpted tropical gardens and the stylish infinity pool.
This property has previously been operating as a holiday rental villa with excellent ROI. The villa is listed for freehold sale for US$2,500,000 – selling price will be in Indonesian rupiah at the exchange rate at time of purchase. Please enquire for more information or to arrange an inspection.