Celebrated for their picturesque views and refreshing atmosphere, the misty hill stations are pretty much on everyone’s travel bucket list. A perfect escape from the scorching heat and chaotic city life, these hills offer a serenity that a city seldom might. The property enjoys 55.50 cents of land, that is over half an acre. About 65% of the land is covered with tea while the house itself covers under 7% of the land area.
The 4 BHK house is aptly designed to views the tea estates from all bedrooms and toilets. The tall glass on wooden frames, bay windows and roof skylights let in light, enhancing the character of the spaces. With potted plants skirting the verandah, it undoubtedly is the perfect place for a morning or evening tea. The master bedroom also houses a private sunroom, well suited as a library, art studio or any other hobby.
The beautiful garden has a brick fireplace, a pleasure to sit out and enjoy the evenings. High ceilings and low hanging lights make the villa fashionable and at the same time, artistic. Exposed trusses ceiling with Mangalore roof tiles is the charm of any hill homes.
Additionally, the villa has a separate helper’s quarters within the premises that can cater to the home. Ample parking and mere location make this home, a comfortable and private estate-like villa.
The villa is oriented to receive light throughout the day. Colours are vibrant, and the furniture is bespoke. Everything makes this home feel light.
Amid the tea and close to home is a bonfire spot, aptly placed close to a verandah easily accessible. On a winter evening, this is your perfect spot to be.
Besides a driveway into the portico, the whole property is lush with seasonal flowering, creepers like bougainvillaea near the boundaries and tea shrubs extending into the expanse towards the neighbours.
You get a glimpse of the ever-changing weather of the valley that lies ahead from every room.