Villa Karang Putih

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Luxury 6 Bedroom Private Villa in Uluwatu
(Land 13,500 m2, Living 1,375 m2)

The sprawling 13,500 m3 cliff-top 5-star estate of Karang Putih is surrounded by a swath of green foliage and blooming tropical flowers, set amidst a backdrop of the stunning blue Indian Ocean of Uluwatu. A truly modern luxury home in architecture and design, Karang Putih is located only 18 kilometers from Ngurah Rai International Airport, and within a 20 minutes drive from an international standard golf course. The property itself features a wide variety of services and entertainment options, including, lawn tennis, lawn boules, a putting green, and a private grass tennis court. Nearby you can also engage in surfing, water skiing, reef fishing & big game fishing. Just below the villa estate a winding road will take you to a pristine white sand beach where the owners have built a private beach club for use by guests. The club is perfect for barbeques by the beach and afternoon swims. One of the most unique aspects of this villa is that it boasts its own licensed helicopter pad serviced by Air Bali. Airport transfer from the airport via helicopter is available.

Villa Rental Rate
Low Season
09Jan-14Jul,
16Sep-19Dec
High Season
15Jul-31Jul,
01Sep-15Sep,
Easter Week
Peak Season
01Aug-31Aug,
20Dec-08Jan
US$ 1,270US$ 1,800US$ 2,300

Including: roundtrip airport-villa transfer, tax and service

Other benefits: Complimentary first morning's breakfast, One time free teppanyaki dinner, Free helicopter around trip for 4 pax

Karang Putih Estate has more facilities to offer, such as:
Grass tennis court under light, Fishing lake, Beach club (including bathroom, plunge pool), Putting green

The main estate is comprised of three buildings: the main house, the pool house, and the private guest house. Two swimming pools, 6 air-conditioned bedrooms, mature tropical gardens, and a breathtaking view are the main highlights of this property. High ceilings and generous proportions of the rooms create the feeling of endless space, accented by the open nature of the structures and the resulting abundance of natural light. All of the rooms and corridors are exquisitely decorated with beautiful & rare antiques from the Asian region.

Drive to Porte Cassuer, where the huge main structure is entered through massive double doors leading into a breathtaking black-walled entrance hall adorned with antiques and artwork from a variety of countries in the Asian region, particularly China. An oversized Buddha greets you, and behind its red and black Chinese wardrobe backdrop, you enter the open living space which overlooks the expanse of the grounds and the water.

Immediately to the right lies the massive and comprehensive villa library and study. Lined with white bookshelves filled with books and photos, this living space is comfortably homey, and also maintains the fantastic view of the grounds beyond sliding glass doors. Pick a book and curl up on the black armchair under the gothic-style mirror for a quiet afternoon or sit at the large desk and write a postcard home. Black rattan couches are situated on the library terrace, composing a formal sitting area. This provides another ideal setting from which to enjoy the bounties of the stunning garden views.

Passing through the library through the western door you arrive at a large open foyer dominated by a colorful modern painting of a thoughtful woman.



Carpeted stairs lead up to the second floor, where lies one of the grand master bedrooms. A small sitting room complete with leather couches and lined with Balinese paintings and a butterfly collection offers a quiet retreat from where to look out through the massive windows and enjoy a bird’s eye view of the ocean. The actual bedroom is filled with a gentle glow during the day, complimented by the light color scheme; beige terracotta floor tiles and dark beige walls. A massive abstract painting sets the backdrop to the king-sized bed. A writing desk sits opposite the bed, behind which is located the generous walk-in wardrobe and an oversized painting of a tropical shell. The ensuite bathroom is fitted with a spacious terracotta bathtub that sits beneath large windows. The room is enlivened with tropical plants.

Back down the stairs, one continues on to the western end of the home where the second master bedroom is located. Dark grey terracotta tiles on the floor are divided by the king-sized bed that dominates the room, set in the middle. It is situated as to offer an ocean view simply by reclining in the embrace of the generous white linens of the bed. Alternatively, sit on the white rattan couch at the foot of the bed, stretch your legs out on the rich Oriental rug, and watch the Para-gliders drift by from the neighboring launch site. Behind the bed is a massive white standing wardrobe, decorated with Chinese tiger panels set to either side of a massive antique mirror. To the north of the room is the entranceway to the enormous ensuite open-air bathroom, which could arguably stand as a living area of its own. Sunlight drenches the grey terracotta bathtub and wooden vanity. An additional open-air shower, overflowing tropical potted plants, and old sketches of boats are added highlights. The toilet is situated in a separate room.

The spacious bedroom verandah of dark grey terracotta connects to the rest of the first floor, and stretches east all the way to the opposite side of the villa where the incorporated open-air dining and formal sitting area are located. Stunning sunset views provide the ideal ambiance for friendly dinners with friends and family, or for a romantic meal for two. A standing Chinese screen offers added privacy to the large dining room table that can seat up to 20 people. Traditional Balinese limestone carvings of deities stand watch.

Hip with black and white checkered tiles, the fully equipped open European kitchen and walk-in pantry sit off to one side of the dining area. A breakfast bar offers an additional dining area for a casual meal. The house chef can cook up whatever you can dream up; all you have to do is ask. An eastern doorway from the kitchen leads to the staff quarters and laundry room.

To the opposite side of the kitchen is yet another relaxed sitting area. Here you will find the only entertainment system in the house, complete with satellite TV, DVD player, and stereo. The shelves surrounding the entertainment system are filled with antique pottery from a variety of countries.

A small hallway leads from the TV room to a rich red powder room. An elaborate Asian collage covers the door, and a Thai elephant walks the walls.

Next to this guest bathroom is the third bedroom. Ideal for children, it is fitted with twin beds and gentle sky blue walls. Playful finger paintings hang behind the beds, while colorful Bali boat kites adorn the standing wardrobe, which is filled with toys. The ensuite bathroom with shower is partially open air, as tall vertical windows open up to a walled-in rock garden. Pastel paintings of tropical birds bring the room to life. If desired, babysitters can be provided by the staff.

A grand sweeping staircase guarded by Singapore lion sculptures leads you out of the main house to the landscaped garden. A pathway leads through the cascading bougainvillea to the pool house. The pool house, situated right by the cliff edge, boasts kitchen facilities and a large open sitting area complete with a tepanyaki table that seats eight. This tropical sitting area is lined with cushioned benches, which overlook the 17- meter salt water terrazzo swimming pool. A small raised sitting area offers the ideal location from which to gaze over the Indian Ocean to Nusa Lembongan, the neighboring island, or to observe the local fisherman and seaweed farmers below.

A large bedroom is connected to the sitting area. Bright yellow walls add to the modern tropical feel, as a dreamy blue painting of a boat adorns the wall. Mirrors to either side of the painting open up the room, furnished with a standing white rattan wardrobe and bedside table. The ensuite bathroom is done in blue with bamboo and terrazzo features. A Balinese carving forms the shower spout. A second doorway leads out to the sitting area, allowing this bathroom to double as a guest bath.

To the opposite side of the estate is the third structure of the villa. Sequestered in its own private space with draping gardens shaded by stoic tropical trees is the Guest House, complete with a private driveway. It functions as a fully self contained unit, compete with its own 6-meter swimming pool. A wooden balcony and alang-alang roof give this house a slightly more traditional feel, whilst up keeping the modern upbeat of the main house. An outdoor sitting area with umbrella gives a quaint beach feel.

Sliding glass doors lead into the first bedroom, painted in a bright yellow. Two single beds complete with striped yellow and white linens are back dropped by two shell paintings. A standing white wardrobe and dresser furnish the room, and thin vertical shelves decorated with vases, shells, and photos complete the homey feel. A bright foliage painting on the wall brings to life the ensuite open-air bathroom, complete with shower and beige terracotta features.

The second matching bedroom is located on the opposite side of the house. Modern green floral paintings add an enlivening splash of color to compliment the crisp linens of the king-sized bed. The ensuite bathroom features a large grey terracotta bathtub, and a vase featuring a collage of butterflies to match the lamps in the connecting bedroom.

The center of the guesthouse is dedicated to a large hallway and sitting area decorated with prized antiques and artwork drawing primarily from Indonesia. A small kitchen sits to the side, complete with a refrigerator and stove top cooking area.

This exceptionally grand, privately owned villa, Karang Putih, boasts one of the most breathtaking views and magical setting one can behold. Complimented by the modern architecture and fine furnishings, this makes the ideal vacation home for the discerning visitor who wants to enjoy complete privacy and peacefulness in a luxurious yet comfortable setting.

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