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Built in contemporary Balinese style with traditional Indonesian touches, Villa Hansa rests in 1,200sqm of riverside grounds.  The stage-setting entrance features a pond filled with lotus blooms, enclosed by a moss-consumed wall. Across the stepping stones, you arrive in the open-plan living pavilion, traditionally designed with fine Borneo wood floors and ironwood roof.

To the right, the sitting area is furnished with two white leather sofas, contrasting with antique wood chairs and table, framed with Indonesian objets, stone statues and vases of exotic blooms. From the lofty ceiling hangs a spectacular lantern.  Respecting the spiritual ambiance, an iPod and dock are the only electronic diversions here. The dining area is dominated by a solid teak table seating ten, to the left of which is a generous and well-equipped modern kitchen.

Entirely open-sided (protected by bamboo blinds), a second living pavilion is kept cool by ceiling fans and natural breezes. Outside, a staircase leads to a detached yoga room.

From this pavilion, pretty gardens scattered with stone murals and statues stretch down to the infinity-edge pool and well-furnished pool deck, opposite which  an ironwood-roofed balé (gazebo) makes a secluded spot for repose.

Villa Hansa’s master suite is luxuriously adapted from an antique timber joglo, the suite contains a king-size bed and features a private 12-metre pool, a quiet walled garden, and a chic ensuite fitted with a large stone bathtub.   An adjoining TV room connects to an antique timber gladak furnished with a single four-poster bed.  Set on lawns in a quiet corner of the estate is a second timber gladak house that is ideal for teens or guests seeking extra peave and privacy.  This romantic antique building has twin netted beds, an ensuite shower room and its own shaded veranda.

Four ensuite bedrooms located in two garden wings flank the pool’s left side. Each varies in character and décor, but all come exquisitely decorated and feature four-poster king-size beds and stone-clad bathrooms with circular stone bathtub.  Two of these bedrooms boast additional outdoor garden bathrooms, while the other pair provide large porches facing the rice fields.  A lower garden leads down to a Hindu shrine and the River Tibu, marking the property’s boundary.

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