The bustling village of Berawa has only one quiet corner, and this new luxury estate is right in the middle of it. There are just six tri-level villas available at this ground-breaking estate; 3 three-bedroom villas and 3 four-bedroom villas. These all share a generally similar layout with a choice of either three bedroom or four bedrooms.
The three-bedroom villas are fully airconditioned and include a large home office on the ground floor, creating a perfect opportunity for a young family to enjoy complete privacy and luxurious living in an exclusive enclave, with open semi-rural vistas, sea views and yet, only a few minutes’ walk to enjoy Berawa beach and the bustling restaurant and day and night club scene.
The four-bedroom villas add in an additional en-suite bedroom on the ground floor which can be readily occupied by guests, including older people who don’t relish the thought of climbing stairs at bedtime. The home office is thus located upstairs, and a guest’s powder room is located on the ground floor in both the three- and four-bedroom villas.
The design of these villas is segmented, allowing better solar access and creating an interesting series of living spaces. The kitchen, dining and living space, for instance, enjoys an outlook not only to the traditional rear garden and pool, but back into the house – into the internal courtyard with its tranquil pond and restful space.
Upstairs, there is a clear delineation between the parents’ bedroom and bathroom and the secondary bedrooms that are at the rear.
In all of the villas, there is a fully fitted home office. This is an important design inclusion as it is envisaged that there will be a potential for occupants to want a private, low noise space to work, attend to meetings and to generate funds to further enhance their lifestyle.
Perhaps the biggest innovation here is the rooftop Panorama Deck. This large area utilizes what is normally would simply be