ANANDA HOUSE was showcased in the May 2017 edition of Architectural Digest. Built for David Hornblow and his family, the property features a hole designed into its roof to accommodate the trees
This striking bamboo villa is a 4-story structure with curving leaf-shaped roofs, perched like birds on the terraced slope. It hosts three glass-enclosed bedrooms with air conditioning and en-suite bathrooms. The king-size bedroom comes with a reading terrace and an indoor/outdoor stone bath.
The open-plan living area with fully equipped modern kitchen—separated by a curving breakfast bar—is a great spot to view the river and verdant tropical garden. A large terrace is equipped with six sun loungers and large umbrellas for relaxing after a refreshing splash in the salt-water swimming pool. An entertainment room is ready with satellite TV and DVD is perfect for indoor snuggling time. Wi-Fi is available throughout the house.
A separate guest pavilion hosts 2 air-conditioned suites with outdoor terraces, each a double bedroom with queen-size beds. Both have en-suite bathrooms with rainfall showers and unique features—one is a semi-open roof bathroom, and the other one has a dramatic brass-lined shower.
To maximize the living space and provide plenty of breathtaking views.
All bedrooms feature cooling AC units.
All bathrooms are ensuite.
Cool off in your private plunge pool.
Including large public pool, a cafe with delicious local food, a yoga pavilion.
This is a perfect place to relax and unwind. Especially on those rainy days.
– Elora Hardy, IBUKU Creative Director