Located in the village of Singakerta south of Ubud, this unique 2-bedroom wooden villa sits on 520-square metres of leasehold land and boasts wonderful rice field views.
The property was built in 2018 and has a modern design made from a simple combination of wood and concrete. One building is in a fully furnished mezzanine style and has 1-bedroom, 1-dressing room and 1-bathroom with a bathtub as well as an open and closed living room with kitchen and dining table.
Work remotely and enjoy these wonderful rice field views just south of Ubud. Image supplied by Seven Stones Indonesia.
There’s also a second building, with a room and bathroom, ideal for a personal office, making this villa perfect for digital nomads who want to relocate to Bali and live in one of the most beautiful parts of the island. The property also has a lush garden tropical garden, a 2 x 9-metre swimming pool.
Rafika Yanthi told WILLIAMS MEDIA “the centre of Ubud is a 7-minute drive away and Nyuh Kuning and Bumi Sehat Hospital are both just 5-minutes away. It’s easily accessible by both car and bike and has a garage large enough for a car and motorbike making it an ideal home away from home for digital nomads.”
This unique 2-bedroom wooden villa sits on 520-square metres of leasehold land. Image supplied by Seven Stones Indonesia.
The villa is being offered for sale with a leasehold title with 17.5-years remaining on the lease for IDR 1,793,000,000 (the equivalent of approximately USD 125,000) or for long-term rental with a minimum of 5-years.
For more information and additional photos visit the Seven Stones Indonesia website.
To arrange a private inspection or to enquire about the property, phone or email Rafika Yanthi from Seven Stones Indonesia via the contact details below.
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