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Fulbari - Home in Drumella | Coonoor

About Fulbari

Fulbari is a 3 bedroom villa located in the Sua Serenitea area of Coonoor, and the villa is 3,483 sq. ft. as covered spaces designed for luxury.
Fulbari - Home in Drumella | Coonoor
Bed
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3
Bath
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4

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  • The house view
  • Family room
  • Staircase and AV Room
  • Grand Kitchen
  • Master bedroom
  • Dinning room
  • Buddha
  • Way to garden
  • top floor
  • Lawn

Salient Features

AUSTRIAN OAK WOOD

The villa is carpeted with Austrian oak wood that beautifully compliments the Austrian pine ceiling.

AUSTRIAN OAK WOOD

Covered patio that entrance to dining room

The villa is well planned with a rain-water harvesting system. Can use this water for domestic purposes and gardening to keep the lawns green.

Covered patio that entrance to dining room

ARISTOCRATIC lIVING

The villa also has Large aristocratic living and dining rooms that open up into a covered sit-out and a well-laid lawn.

ARISTOCRATIC lIVING

STUNNING LOUNGE

The villa has a beautiful lounge on the first floor to meet the passions of the dweller for reading, music or just relaxing.

STUNNING LOUNGE

Budha

Budha

What's Special at Fulbari

Fulbari, true to its name, the home is filled with large open spaces covered with flora. The house is 3,483 sq. ft. of covered areas, with unique features like a private terrace garden, large windows and views of the woods.

This villa can park four cars in the port to highlight the salient features, skirted by a grand garden and rock wall. The home is carpeted with Austrian oak wood, and to compliment this is the ceiling with Austrian pine. The tall windows and double-height glass panes in the common area ensure the tea estate's picturesque views right from your couch.

In addition to this, there are two terrace gardens within this three-bedroom house, with one exclusive to a master bedroom. Peace and tranquillity intertwine with the chirping of the birds, rustling of leaves and valley gales gushing past the home from time to time.

Large aristocratic living and dining rooms form the heart of all activity, opening up into a covered sit-out and well-laid lawn. Nature balance is brought into this ecosystem with water conservation techniques and rainwater harvesting.

A lounge on the first floor is a versatile space to meet the passions of the dweller for reading, music etc. and serves as a passageway to the typical terrace garden. The home has provisions for circuit cameras, electrical extensions at logical locations and the space to expand on the house with the necessary approvals later.