Magical Joglo Property 11 Are Freehold Land Near Ubud
OMAH JOGLO – Slice of Indonesian History.
Once owned for a short while by former Indonesian President Soeharto this large teak 2 bedroom Joglo home is set amid mature trees and gardens on 750 sqm just 5 km south east of central Ubud.
Timeless views of rice fields and coconut palms from the property belie its close proximity to the city of Ubud.
Strategically located the property is 20 minutes from Sanur, 30 minutes from Denpasar and just 45 minutes to the airport. This is the first time this property has been offered for freehold sale.
The Joglo – main house Comprises of a large central lounge with classic teak 5 massive beamed Tumpang Sari atop 18 x 18 cm x 4 m teak pillars, resting on ancient carved Mount Merapi stone plinths. All exterior walls are of Gebyok teak with the front entry a 3 m wide century old Javanese doorway.
2 Large bedrooms of 4 x 5 m adjoin the lounge, both with French doors to the extensive under roof verandah that opens to the 12 m long swimming pool featuring water gardens at each end.
Service areas adjoin the rear of the Joglo within a Limasan, following the traditional design of this beautiful Javenese architecture. The very large bathroom of 5 x 3 m features an ancient carved Balinese wall above the teak bathroom 4 door cabinet, bath and separate step down shower. The bathroom has an ensuite door to the main bedroom.
Wooden revolving shutters are the main feature of the kitchen, with its double sink and gas cooker.
Next to this Joglo property there is Limasan property with another 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and a living room
opening up to a verandah offering the same beautiful rice field views as from the main Joglo house.
The property has a 6 m wide entry from an asphalt public road with parking for 3 cars and is located in one of Ubud’s best kept secret areas, a small and very peaceful village that is rapidly becoming the place of invest.
- Access road: 6 m
- Water supply: Well
- Neighbourhood: Rice paddies, villas, local neighborhood
- House style: Traditional Joglo and Limasan Houses
- Furnished: Furnished
- Other Features: Garden