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Villa is poised between massive flat and vertical rocks and overlooking the verdant valleys and mountains of Coonoor
Interiors designed to reproduce the natural surroundings of the villa, including rough-cut cadappah flooring with brass inlays in the living areas, ash wood flooring in the bedrooms, dual tones of ash and rock grey in the kitchen
The feast of wildlife includes gaur; barking, mouse and sambar deer; sloth bears, Nilgiri squirrels; leopards; dhole; a visiting tigress; and a multitude of birds, from sunbirds and emerald doves to honey buzzards and black eagle
Panapara at Leopard Rock, is a bungalow located in the midst of a tea estate. The property spans a few acres with just a single house atop the hill.
Leopard Rock is perched on vast, sculptural rocks amidst the tea bushes and shola forests. The beauty of this place is that, every side you look, you'll find are tea bushes, wild trees, and hundreds of fragrant magnolia champaca. Leopard Rock enjoys a unique setting when it comes to its architecture. Its unobtrusive lines and floor-to-ceiling glass walls merge the home with the rocks and vistas.
The interiors have abundant with natural light. There is a perpetual sound of the stream and waterfall from the valley below. The massive front door, opens up to a stunning foyer where Indo-Saracenic mirrors reflect unending vistas of forests and valleys. Pale blue glass lamps set on fine teak consoles contrast with the vivid yellow upholstery.There are two master bedrooms and a terrace. One of the bedrooms has a high pyramidal ceiling. The second master bedroom, upholstered in emerald green, has floor-to-ceiling windows on three sides. The Veneta Cucine kitchen is in a dual-tone of ash and rock grey.
The bungalow also has a staff quarters designed to accommodate a couple. In addition to all this, the feast of wildlife includes gaur; barking, mouse and sambar deer; sloth bears, Nilgiri squirrels; leopards; dhole; a visiting tigress; and a multitude of birds, from sunbirds and emerald doves to honey buzzards and black eagles.
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