The villa is built around three sides of a 15 x 7 metre swimming pool, set within an inner courtyard on the lower level with a breathtaking outlook over the ocean and the Jimbaran hills. The pool is bordered by a broad timber deck, shaded by the canopy of the upper floor, which is supported by pillars to create a colonnaded area. One end of the deck is furnished with chairs, sunloungers and a small coffee table, while at the other end is a huge L-shaped sofa, big enough for a large group of people to congregate. Beyond this is a small garden area with a flat lawn and a spacious bale relaxation pavilion fitted with a mattress and cushions. There is an open-air pool shower and a guest toilet and shower room adjacent to the pool.

The breezy rooftop terrace on the highest level comprises two adjacent spaces on two different levels, one of which is furnished with sunloungers. Open to the sky, and bordered by orange flowering crown of thorn plants and cascading vines, these adjoining terraces are perfect for sundowners, barbeques, gatherings and small parties. On a clear day, there is a glorious sunset view across the bay with Bali’s mountains as a backdrop. To the north, the narrow isthmus that links the Bukit Peninsula with the rest of the island is clearly visible, with the view extending past the crescent-shaped Jimbaran Bay, the beach, and the airport runway to Bali’s sunset coast. On the eastern side of the isthmus, Tanjung Benoa, Benoa Harbour and Sanur are also easily perceptible. The scene is particularly spectacular at night enhanced by the lights of Kuta, Seminyak and Canggu. On a clear day, the awesome vista takes in Bali’s chain of volcanoes from the mighty Mt Agung in the east to the distant volcanoes of Java.