The property comprises three pavilions spread out over a series of terraces, separated by pools and lily ponds, and linked by a covered walkway lined with antiques and artefacts. From the traditional Balinese entrance, lava-stone steps lead across an ornamental pond to an open-sided living pavilion facing the swimming pool and sun terrace. Lower down, reached via further steps over cascading ponds, is the stand-alone bedroom, while up on the highest level, opening onto a terrace and pond above the pool, is the palatial master bedroom and the third bedroom.
With rice-terrace views beyond louvered shutters, is the open-sided, fan-cooled antique joglo living pavilion with its magnificently carved pillars and ornate ceiling. Hidden behind a wall of reclaimed brick is a well-equipped kitchen and a walk-in pantry.
This property is built on freehold tenure with land size of 1,352 sqm, sited in the heart of the evergrowing Berawa area.