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Villa Verai by Hong Kong-based Studio KplusK Architects
From the site: "Designed by Hong Kong-based studio KplusK Architects in collaboration with Deborah Oppenheimer Interior Design, following parameters established by Kuala Lumpur-based studio Denniston International Architects & Planners, the villa offers over 21,500 square feet of internal living space and a total of 48,500 square feet of built-up area, including outdoor terracing. Villa Verai lies on a generous 16,000 square meter plot of land housing breathtaking views of Phang Nga Bay. The villa’s landscape has been thoughtfully decorated with mature plants and trees from Northern Thailand, to create an ambiance rich with Thailand’s finest flora. Most of the property’s land lies flat or with a slight slope, creating ample space for outdoor fun and leisure. Villa Verai is Phuket’s largest and most coveted property, tucked away on the exclusive Cape Yamu property, where Christina Ong’s boutique hotel will be launched as a new addition to the esteemed collection of Como Hotels & Resorts in 2012. The 4,500 square meters of indoor and outdoor living accommodations are decorated with high ceilings, imported limestone floors and the finest international materials so that the structure in itself stands as a work of art.This particular villa has seven bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms. Spacious indoor and outdoor living spaces linked by dramatic double height windows. All rooms have sea views over Phang Nga Bay and a feeling of complete tranquility. An extensive terrace, partially shaded, provides space for dining, entertaining and relaxing by the 40m infinity edged pool. There is 100m of private beach frontage at the foot of the garden, a unique and much sought after feature. Designed using Thai and contemporary elements and finished in an effortlessly chic style, there is a dream-like feeling throughout. This stunning beach residence could be yours for $18.5 million."
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