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Rawai Show-Stopper Hits Right Note

Friday, January 18, 2008
LIKE THE POP singer Kylie Minogue, Twin Waters Villas is small but perfectly formed. And there's plenty to make a song and dance about.

Just five villas make up the development, with special attention paid to every aspect of this Rawai enclave.

For a start, the surroundings: a moat-like lagoon hems three sides of the property, blending with the freeform swimming pools that accompany each villa.

Twin Waters is, we guess, a name inspired by the sight of the infinity-edge pools fading into a liquid background. Extensive decking makes for a resort-style ambience.

This is Bali style, with authority. The villas have been designed by Walter Wagner, with landscaping by Thorsten d'Heureuse.

Both are based in Bali and ascribe to the theory of classic simplicity coupled with lifestyle and nature.

Golf carts will be used to roll from the carpark, because these are broad estates. Prices start rolling too at 30 million baht, with corresponding attention to quality and detail.

There is 24-hour security, for instance, plus loads of extras. Specially-designed lighting should make the place look delightful at night.

The villas range from 1000 square metres up to 1300 square metres, with the living area consuming as much as 700 square metres of that.

Even the pools have variety in their texture, being surfaced in either Green Angel or black volcanic rock imported from Indonesia.

Everything has been designed to last, from the Bali-made Ironwood roof tiles to the redwood floors, framed with natural stone.

Managing Director Dr Leon Fourie says that two of the villas have already been sold, with the show villa available for viewing.

Each villa has three bedrooms. The large pools are central to the Twin Waters lifestyle, with the latest in new technology to complement the quiet, spacious air.

Perhaps just as important is the location. The south of the island has the best beaches, with Kata, Nai Harn and Karon all an easy drive away, along with the distinctive culture that is unique to this part of Phuket.

Building is due to start on the rest of the project in March with completion set for 18 months after that.

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