1 800 000 €
Garage 2 cars
Photovoltaic and solar panels
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Neighbouring Ubud, a centre of arts and culture of Bali, which has developed into large tourism industry, there is a completely unique property looking for a new owner. This extraordinary natural sanctuary is secluded and enveloped in a lush semi-formal garden designed by Ketut Suratman. Seated on a half-hectare plot, and built as a private home, the estate comprises six antique wooden Javanese houses of various size ranging from 60 to 200 square metres.
There are 12 bedrooms of which 11 are en suite. The houses vary from 60 to 110 square metres and have extensive water features under or around them, plus a large 10-meter pool aside. There is room for further development should the new owner desire, however, the house and garden are impeccable as they stand. No words can express the beauty of this place…
The Island of the Gods, better known as Bali, is the most popular and well-known tourist destination in Indonesia. Denpasar, the largest city on the island, governs the province and has more than 3.8 million inhabitants. The most important cities are Kuta and Ubud. Ubud is in the centre of the island of Bali, nestled between rice paddies and steep ravines. It is considered the artistic hub where tourism focuses on culture, yoga and nature. The main street is Jalan Raya Ubud (which means 'main street').
It crosses the town centre from east to west and is crammed with shops, including art shops, cafes, restaurants and hotels. For those interested in digging into the historical past, Ubud has a good number of museums. Bali's beautiful landscapes are known worldwide: rice paddies, mountains, white-sand beaches, and turquoise waters. Whether you're a hermit or a chill-out lover, you'll find exactly what you're looking for in Ubud.