This well designed French colonial combined with Balinese accents 4-star…
Large Villa with exceptional Rice-field and river view to renovate in Umalas
Don’t miss the potential of this large 2 storey villa to renovate in the well-established neighborhood of Umalas.
This large 5 bedrooms villa built on 3500m2 land is a unique opportunity for those ready to make renovations.
You will directly feel space and light and realize how incredible the view on small river and rice-field is unique in this area.
Great potential to transform this property in a quiet and peaceful luxury heaven with excellent location and easy access from Seminyak, Canggu and Kerobokan.
The property is organized in one two story building plus a space for garden and build a pool.
On the ground floor: You will arrive in a large living room where you will directly feel space and light with an amazing view on a small river and rice-field. You will also find two bedrooms (1 master) with en-suite bathrooms, lot of light and rice field view, plus an independent maid area (small bedroom+bathroom)
The first floor is composed of another very lightly living room and 3 bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and rice-field view.
Don’t miss the real potential for those who are ready to do renovations before living in a large charming peaceful family house with light and incredible view on rice-fields or for those looking high return on investment with holiday rental.
Leasehold: 20 years leasehold + 5 years option to extend
Land Size: 350m2
Building Size: 300m2
5 Bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms + Maid area
Unique view on rice-field in this area
Open space & a lot of light
Incredible potential for those ready to renovate
30 min from Ngurah Rai International Airport
The area began as a residential extension to the then newly developed Seminyak. Many expatriates call Umalas home and these days, Umalas is one of the island’s most exclusive locations, with the rent prices well above the average. Boasting tranquil rice fields, strolling cows, and significantly less traffic than other areas of Bali there are a variety of cafes in the area that cater to the exotic tastes of its inhabitants: Middle Eastern, Vietnamese and even Georgian restaurants are in the mix. The infrastructure is just as eclectic as horse stables, a chocolate factory and a children’s ‘rock school’ all based in the area.