Villa Verai Cape Yamu is within Phuket’s exclusive Cape Yamu private estate on the east coast. The villa designed by famous Hong Kong-based architect Johnny Kember (KplusK Architects), together with Deborah Oppenheimer Interior Design Ltd., both following the plans of the estate master planner Jean-Michel Gathy. The unique villa offers 2,005 square meters of internal living space and 4,500 square meters of built-up area, including outdoor terracing.

Internal living Area: 2,005 m²
Built-up Area: 4,500 m²
Land Area: 15,000 m²
Beds/Baths: 7 bedrooms / 10 bathrooms
Extra Rooms: Office, Gym, Spa, Steam room/Sauna
Fully furnished

Villa Verai Cape Yamu

Built on a land plot of over 15,000 square meters, you’d arrive at this modern property by a private driveway, flanked by landscaping and water features. Entering the principal building, it showcases the first of many artworks in the entrance hall of the villa, with many commissioned specifically for this nothing less than impressive property. The feeling of space and tranquility of the main living area is immediately noticeable–a delightful place to entertain or relax. Villa Verai Cape Yamu is not just a dazzling showpiece home, but a place to feel at home. Something that becomes very clear when you sit in the modernly designed living room seamlessly connected to your garden and overlooking Phang Nga Bay.

The attention to detail in the property’s functionality becomes clear when you see the hotel grade kitchen and staff quarters, which can comfortably house eight live-in staff.

Bedrooms and facilities

On the first floor, the master bedroom suite is enriched with perhaps one of the most spectacular picture windows in the world that measures over eight meters high. The master suite also has a spacious dressing area, circular bath, and rain shower room. Villa Verai offers an additional six bedrooms, all complete with dressing areas, ensuite bathrooms, and ocean views. The second pavilion is identical to the master suite and houses the spa, gym, and steam room/sauna.

Leaving the main villa building, you’ll find the large infinity pool, the expansive garden, and the ocean all connected. The connected ‘office’ pavilion makes a great place to work, think, and brainstorm. Also, a great place to entertain clients, organizing parties, and giving presentations. The media room that has a drop-down cinema screen can support the latter.

The beautifully landscaped gardens combine rolling lawns with artful sculptures and indigenous trees alongside imported cacti. Truly an oceanfront home, where the villa’s gardens merge seamlessly with the 111 meters of beachfront and the ocean and islands beyond.

Asking Price now reduced from USD 16.9 million to USD 12.5 million.