Passion, care and meticulous attention to detail have all been poured into the five-bedroom East Residence and Spa.

Within the solid western architectural design, interiors are of the highest quality and abundant use is made of natural materials such as mahogany and granite. With an eye for traditional culture, the villa is tastefully adorned with exquisite Indonesian artworks, décor and antique pieces: framed antique Sulawesi warrior jackets line the corridors and carved Balinese chaise longue are thoughtfully provided on porches.

Frangipani flower greetings and a traditional floral and bamboo welcome placed on each bed are some of the Balinese rituals respectfully observed. The owner’s love of global travel is also evident with Buddhist statues dotting the gardens and antique carved African chairs.

The two acre property offers a great sense of spaciousness and sanctuary. Reflecting the tropical lifestyle, la piece de la resistance is a variety of outdoor areas to peacefully rest and relax.

All five ensuite bedrooms feature generous-sized balconies to savour Canggu’s rice fields and villa gardens, while the detached Rainforest Cottage boasts a jungle-style, outdoor bathroom. The strikingly designed infinity-edge pool offers another glorious spot for leisurely distractions.

Beyond the pool the beautifully landscaped gardens, dissected by a stream, slope down to a calming river and the soothing sounds of a waterfall. Step by step, through manicured lawns, trees and exotic blooms, the terraced gardens reveal a Balinese open-air lounge pavilion, three thatched balés (traditional gazebos) and a private spa for the exclusive use of guests.

Built in 2008 and now available for rental, this cherished family home extends a heartfelt Balinese welcome. The team of local staff, ever-friendly but discreetly present, are the icing on the cake of this truly magnificent property.