Spacious Three Bedroom Family Villa for Lease
Even after a decade living in Sanur, we are still often pleasantly surprised by what we find behind non-descript gates down innocuous-looking gangs. Such is the case with this fine property, a relatively large 10 are plot that holds a beautiful, functional family home offering ample living space, a flexible outdoor area and wantilan that are perfect for entertaining, and perhaps most appealing, an oasis of peace and quiet tucked away behind the labyrinth of lanes in a popular residential area of west Sanur.
It’s not the beachside, but that is not really a negative in this context. The property is bicycling distance to several of the local pre-schools and daycare centres of Sanur, as well as Bali Island School and Sanur Independent. You’re five minutes’ drive to two or three supermarkets, to the beach, and to any of the shops and restaurants of the main Sanur tourist drag. But you won’t have the same person offering you transport every day for five years, even after knowing full well that you aren’t a tourist and have your own car. This, my friends, is the mystical beauty of living on the ‘other side’ of Sanur.
The property itself is a tasteful mix of traditional Balinese architecture, with the large wantilan (open pavilion) covered with traditional alang-alang grass roof, and modern layout, materials and colour schemes that make the property very functional, liveable, and homely. This might come across as stating the obvious, but we have seen quite a few large properties that are laid out all wrong, have no storage space, and that would probably really disappoint after a few weeks of compromises and frustrations. So to find a property that ticks many boxes is something that we like to celebrate, or at least point out…
In any case, this is a good package for someone looking for a family home or a larger residence with space for guests. It might work well for retreat or other group training businesses, given the flexibility of the space and the inherent privacy. Check out the photos and video, and let us know if you’re interested in viewing or have any other questions.