Projected by a studio based in Hong Kong named KplusK Architects in partnership with Deborah Oppenheimer Interior Design, according to the guidelines of studio based in Kuala Lumpur, the mansion presents up to 21,500 square feet of an indoor houseroom and a total of 48,500 square feet of developed space with outside terrace building.
Villa Verai covers 16,000 square meters ground area and offers amazing views of Phang Nga Bay. In order to create a luxury setting of Thailand’s finest flora, crop trees and plants from Northern Thailand served as a decoration to the villa’s landscape.
Villa Verai is considered as the largest and the most wished real estate. It is hidden away on the exceptional Cape Yamu ownership where a boutique hotel of Christina Ong will be inaugurated as a recent supplement to the lofty assemblage of Como Hotels & Resorts in 2012.
The indoor and outdoor living spaces count around 4,500 square meters. The structure is like a masterpiece of art, it is decorated with sky-high ceilings, the finest transborder materials, and foreign limestone floors. The villa includes seven bedrooms with en-suite bathroom. Its expansive indoor and outdoor living accommodations are joined by immense double height windows. One can enjoy a sensation of calmness which gives a sea view from all the rooms.
Partially shaded extensive terrace which includes 40m infinitive pool, presents a place to have lunch, recreate and distract. Another unique and highly sought element an exclusive 100m beach line which is right at the foot of the garden. Contemporary and Thai elements used in design create a luxury style and make it an estate of dreams.
$18,5 million is the price for this magnificent residence in the coast of the beach.