Villa Mako Floor Plan

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The daytime rooms of this single-storey house are arranged around a courtyard, complete with an ornamental pond and bubbling water feature.  The kitchen and breakfast room is on one side, with the media room opposite, and the splendid main hall – the social hub of the villa – directly ahead, presenting a huge semi-open-air living and dining area under an 8.5m-high vaulted roof.  The main hall is furnished with a dining table for ten below a wall of striking decorative masks; a formal lounge suite incorporating a huge sofa piled high with cushions; an antique coffee table and a Persian carpet which adds richness and colour to the scene.  The adjoining stone terrace doubles the living space, making this a great party venue.     

The timber-walled media room is super cosy, furnished with an oversized polka dot sofa, a leather lay-z boy chair, a sofa bed and a coffee table.  The air-conditioned room is equipped with a TV/DVD player and sound system, plus a book library.     

The three air-conditioned bedrooms are accessed from the main hall.  The Bali Room and Colonial Room enjoy lovely views and sunny balconies, while colours are used to great effect in the soft furnishings, such as the green-and-saffron-edged ikat bed curtain.  King-size four-posters, recycled teakwood floors, French windows with stained glass and colonial shutters, antique furniture, gold-framed mirrors, and soft lighting combine to create a romantic ambiance.  Kids, meanwhile, will love the twin-bedded Bamboo Room (convertible to king-size).  The dressing room adjoining the Bali Room can also be used as a nursery/massage room.  The ensuite bathrooms are fashioned in cream-coloured terrazzo, with twin washbasins, rainshowers, and glass skylights.  The Bali and Colonial Room bathrooms also have large sunken bathtubs.     

Guests are welcome to use the fully equipped feature kitchen with its glass-fronted cupboards full of sparkling tableware.  To one side is a cheerily-coloured breakfast area, with a circular marble-topped table for six.      

The garden is gorgeous, rolling down to a river and bordered by mature trees and a coconut palm plantation.  The 14m mango-shaped pool has a shallow platform for kids, and a stone terrace furnished with sunloungers and Balinese parasols.  On one side is a barbecue balé (gazebo) with a dining table for six, a kitchenette, and a washroom; opposite is a large cushioned poolside balé.   

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