A large estate sprawled across 35 are of freehold land in Pererenan. This estate is an exquisitely designed and decorated home that combines the best of traditional Chinese, Javanese, and Western architecture. The first pavilion to see was inspired by the traditional Chinese courtyard architecture. It features an office and a massage room. Open-air bridge walks surrounded by ponds leads to an impressive wooden pavilion with multiple lounges, 12-seat dining table, professional kitchen and a swimming pool.
The two-storey master villa, boasts 3 bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, a guest bathroom, a lounge with a large flat screen TV, satellite channels and CD player, a living area and a kitchen. The main house has its own swimming pool similar to the guest villa located at the other end of the garden. The two storey guest villa comprises of the 2 remaining bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, a kitchen, and a lounge with a guest bathroom. All of the bedrooms filled with abundant natural light.
A crowning glory of the villa’s grounds is the exquisite gardens, which are planted with a variety of rare species and specially designed to enhance a tremendous feeling of seclusion.
Carrying the character of the estate, the villas are exquisitely decorated with artifacts from all around the world, mainly from Asia. Carefully crafted teak casts its warmth over the power of the iron, marble, Indian natural stone, leather and steel details. Ponds, covered pathways, and the wide collection of antiques and tribal art enhance a feeling of reverence.