The six-bedroom, two-storey Villa Sunset is the largest of the four villas, standing proud on the cliff top with breathtaking views of the rice fields, ocean, coastline and mountains. The main living and dining pavilion is open on the seaward sides, and cooled by the fresh ocean breezes. It features built-in cushioned sofas and a dining table for 14.
A second dining table is positioned on an outdoor terrace with beautiful views extending right up the coast. There is also a fully equipped open plan kitchen with rustic carved cupboard doors, polished marble work surfaces, and a hand made carve marble sink.
There are six bedrooms at Villa Sunset, five bathrooms, and a guest washroom. This includes two master bedrooms, one of which is situated on the ground floor overlooking the enticing swimming pool with the Indian Ocean beyond.
The beachfront villa has an ironwood shingle roof and is crafted in shades of coffee and cream with ornately carved Timorese timbers and doors, sculptured polished concrete walls with built-in sofas, and open-air bathrooms. There is a second bedroom on this floor, with twin beds that can be converted to a double bed if required. The second master bedroom is upstairs with a wraparound terrace and views on three sides. There is another double bedroom with ensuite bathroom on this floor and all bedrooms have daybeds that can be used as extra beds.
The sixth bedroom, with a king bed, is found in a stand-alone, enchanting traditional wooden house from Java, which was dismantled, transported, and rebuilt in Bali. This romantic, antique building is characterised by a soaring roof, beautifully carved double doors and a raised verandah on two sides linked to a luxurious walled garden bathroom. Bathrooms feature standing rainshowers and huge river rock bathtubs under the stars. The front garden of Villa Sunset presents a 17 x 4 m infinity lap pool and two ‘bale’ pavilions for relaxing or dining.
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