The $26 million mega-villa on Phuket Island in Thailand
Nestled in the lush rainforests of the island of Phuket in Thailand, located within the elegant private community of The Cape, one of 26 luxury residences rises above it all: Yamu One.
Born into material reality by a design team including Tim Beaumont and architect Jean-Michael Gathy of Aman Resorts, this largest and most lavish villa on the island of Phuket sits on 2.71 acres of land. and offers over 41,300 square feet of indoor living space. Read: Plenty of room for activities.
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“It takes almost an hour for a quick tour of the property just to give you an idea of the scale of this villa,” Felix Desjardins of List Sotheby’s International Realty Thailand said (via World Mansion).
In terms of the use of said interior living space, in addition to offering a virtually unobstructed panoramic view of Phang Nga Bay, Yamu One features the following features (spread over three levels):
- 10 bedrooms
- 10 bathrooms
- Dining room with guest kitchen
- 24 meter lava rock pool with reflective pools + waterfall wall
- home gym
- Games room + media (theaters)
- Boathouse with yoga deck
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Desjardins added, “Its location offers generous oceanfront land with cascading landscaping and a stand-alone beach house near the ocean.”
Boating, sailing and diving activities are apparently accessible nearby. Phuket – and by extension this insane pad – is just an hour’s flight from Bangkok, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.
Yamu One is now selling for US$18.1 million (AU$26 million) – check out the list and featured gallery below.
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