The villa itself represents approximately 1,800 m2 of construction, and is a modern architecturally designed home that is unique and unequalled, with many interesting design features, most of which have been meticulously fabricated on site. The villa is designed and engineered to feature a breathtaking 22 metre span without any supporting columns in order to provide an unobstructed view right through the property and out to sea. The property features a large living area, dining areas, a bar, a media or snooker room, and two bedrooms downstairs, and three bedrooms upstairs. The living area can be opened to benefit from the regular breeze off the ocean, or alternatively enclosed and air conditioned by deploying the Häfele glass sliding wall system, and turning on the Daikin VRV central air-conditioning system.
The Master Suite is simply awe inspiring. It faces the ocean, and features panoramic 270 degree views. The built in king bed is an engineering marvel that is cantilevered out from the wall, and appears to float in air. A breeze coming off the sea means that you will rarely want to use the central air conditioning. There is truly no room like this in Bali, or indeed anywhere else in the world.
Guest Suite 2 is likewise on the top storey, and faces the ocean. It features a king bed and a flock of birds cast in brass (designed and fabricated exclusively for Villa Vedas) as its primary source of lighting. Guest Suite 2 shares use of the sky pool with Guest Suite 3.
Guest Suite 3 faces south, and looks out on ancient rice paddies. Once again it has a king bed and a flock of brass birds is the primary source of lighting.
Guest Suite 4 is on the ground floor, and faces the bale and the Indian Ocean. It features a king bed. It is perfectly located for that early morning swim in the 40 meter pool, or for those long walks on the beach.
Guest Suite 5 is on the ground floor, it features a king bed and faces the staff quarters and driveway.