Sentosa Worldwide Resorts Launches Sentosa Residence Umalas


Sentosa Residence Umalas, the new luxury residential enclave by Sentosa Worldwide Resorts, is now offering One Bedroom Villas, generously-sized One Bedroom and Two-bedroom Premium Villas and Three Bedroom Residences. Sprawling over 6.5 hectares of beautifully landscaped, verdant tropical gardens in Umalas, Bali’s most exclusive residential hamlet is nestled on the banks of the Umalas River and blends seamlessly with the picturesque rice terraces of the island’s southern Kerobokan region.

Ranging in size from 130 to more than 400 square metres, Sentosa Residence Umalas offers breezy, casual-chic, sophisticated living with an exclusive collection of 133 villas, all stylishly blending indoor and outdoor living with spacious outdoor decks and patios, and for all Premium villas, either private gardens or private swimming pools.

“Sentosa Worldwide Resorts has always operated under the spirit and philosophy of ‘design-driven luxury’, affordability without compromising on service or quality. We are proud to launch Sentosa Residence Umalas as a game-changer in redefining a new generation of lifestyle shift-seekers. Located in one of Bali’s most desirable neighbourhoods, the design-savvy, contemporary architecture with a colonial twist blends perfectly with the natural setting that retains its harmony and beauty. Sentosa Residence Umalas will undoubtedly appeal to those people who are determined to live life to the fullest, with the comfort and security of a five star resort” said Ian Duffell, CEO of Sentosa Worldwide Resorts.

According to Ian Duffel, this property also could be the best place for retirement. He believed that the retired could have one of the best moments to spend their time in Bali. Great access and facilities are the advantages of Sentosa Umalas for retired, but the very important is that Bali is very safe.

Residents can rest easy with round-the-clock security, including secured parking for more than 100 vehicles, and enjoy the on-site conveniences of a bank and a 24-hour, fully equipped, world-class medical centre. The richness and diversity of local culture is reflected in an enchanting and ornate Balinese temple flanking the edge of the resort community, whilst strategically positioned riverside Balinese-style wooden pavilions, miniature parks, a meandering jogging track around the resort’s periphery, recreational areas and mini gardens, provide residents with ample opportunities for outdoor barbecues, socialising with other residents or, simply, soaking up the beauty and serenity of local surroundings.

Villas at Sentosa Residence Umalas range in price from USD 199,000 (A$228,000) to USD 699,000 and completion of the project is expected by the end of 2015.

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