$33M Sentosa Cove House Looks Like A Bali Resort, Has Pool Bigger Than BTOs

11 April 2023 | BY

Why pay to go to Bali when you can spend $33M to buy a villa in Singapore instead?

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Housing is one of the most talked-about topics in land-scarce Singapore, where homes can range from tiny shoebox condos to sprawling Good Class Bungalows. This dichotomy was all the more jarring when we spotted this Sentosa Cove home with a swimming pool almost the size of a small 2-room HDB.

Located just outside the exclusive enclave of Paradise Island on the northern side of Sentosa Cove, this oceanfront property that takes inspiration from tropical resorts in Bali sits on 10,112sqft of land with a total built-up area of 8,000sqft. And it could be yours for an eye-watering $33M. 

Enormous pool overlooking Singapore’s CBD

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Having a pool in Singapore is a luxury in and of itself. But having a huge pool in Sentosa Cove with sweeping views of Singapore’s Central Business District is the ultimate indulgence.

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With azure blue tiles, rock water features, palm trees lining the edges, and a shaded cabana for relaxing massages, this Sentosa Cove bungalow’s swimming pool is not one to be trifled with. It’s so big that it can snugly fit a 2-room HDB flat within its pool walls with plenty of room to spare.

Multi-millionaires and billionaires will definitely make a splash in the community if they decide to throw a pool party at this spot.

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There’s even a spacious grass field for those who prefer to stay dry whilst watching the rest get wet and wild. And since the ocean is just right there, the views will be unblocked in perpetuity, at least, until the 99-year lease ends.

Bungalow was designed like a Balinese resort

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Of course, you wouldn’t be paying $33M just for a pool – the house itself is equally as impressive. The house has been modelled after a traditional Balinese resort with wooden beams, rock walls, and timber floors to make you feel like you’ve travelled to Indonesia whilst you’re just sitting at home in Sentosa.

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The home has a large sitting room with many windows to let in all the natural light, plus the high ceilings on the back half of the living room accentuate the staircases. There’s a potential grand reveal moment here for those who like to make an entrance.

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The house itself has 4 bedrooms and a study, including a master bedroom that overlooks the pool and the aforementioned view. The master ensuite is as big as some bedrooms in small condos and comes equipped with a bathtub, separate shower, and dual sinks with enough room to place all the skin care products a person’s face would need.

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There’s also a basement compound that can be accessed via the main stairs, or through the sheltered pavilion by the pool.

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The space would make for a great games room and a minibar; all that’s missing is a pool table and some arcade machines. The flight of stairs leading into the basement from the pavilion is also something one would normally see at an upscale Balinese spa, especially the water feature that adds to the home’s Feng Shui and tranquillity.

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Balinese bungalow in Sentosa

It’s no secret that Bali is one of Singaporeans’ most visited destinations. But if you would rather enjoy paradise in Singapore without having to take another flight, you can make this bungalow with all the fixtures of a traditional Balinese villa yours for just a cool $33M.

Check out the property listing on PropNex.

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