Research: Rare Home Blends Bali Resort Life With Art Gallery Flair


This Balinese-style suburban resort at 22 Brenda Rd, Research, is on the market

This rare research house is part an art gallery, part a Balinese resort – and everything is fabulous.

The six-year-old owner “spent a fortune” on rejuvenating the home’s interior and creating lush gardens with a swimming pool, Jellis manager Craig Eltham, Aaron Yeats said.

And it’s now selling 22 Brenda Rd, with a price guide of $ 2.3-2.5 million and an auction slated for Oct. 17, giving a buyer the chance to mark the ultimate home for a stay.

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This open-air patio would feel like her home in a Bali resort town.

Lap up this pool and spa in lush surroundings.

Sculptures dot the landscaped park.

“The owner loves Bali – his intention was to move to Bali before the coronavirus hit – so the property has that very tranquil, resort-style feel,” Mr. Yeats said.

“He also loves street art and has put some beautiful pieces in it. “

In addition to adorning the walls, part of the ceiling, and the floor space with artwork, the seller added an artistic touch to the home – evident in the designer light fixtures and red Smeg fixtures in the guard. -eat butler.

This bath is a dream.

This one, attached to the independent studio, is not bad either.

The main living space looks like an art gallery.

This is one of three kitchens in the house, complementing a granite main kitchen with Miele and Zug appliances, including a teppanyaki grill, and an outdoor kitchen on an open-air patio that you would expect to find. in a villa in Bali.

The same goes for the master bathroom, where a Laufen tub overlooks an agave and bamboo garden.

The hotel-style master bedroom – one of four sleeping areas – also enjoys a view of the garden. It has large walk-in closets and a private bathroom with a ‘triple’ rain shower and smart toilet.

The butler’s pantry has red Smeg appliances.

The seller has completely renovated the house.

Mr Yeats said the seller trucked in mature plants to create the land. “Every few weeks a load of plants would come in,” the officer said.

“He also installed the pool and reportedly spent about half a million dollars on landscaping. “

An automated sprinkler system and 60,000 L water tanks make garden maintenance easy and durable.

Inside the independent apartment.

Smart home audio and lighting systems can also be controlled by an iPad or phone, while a 26kW solar system with Tesla batteries further adds to the appeal.

A freestanding garden studio with an outdoor bathtub could be glamorous accommodation for family and friends, or the ultimate home office. A large shed, chicken coop and vegetable plots are also found on the 4,426m² private block – every corner of which is used, according to Yeats.

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