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The east facing bedrooms and living room wakes you up to the warm sun rays
The east facing bedrooms and living room wakes you up to the warm sun rays
  • Enter into a wide and breezy living room that would transport you back into a mid-century Indian home
  • The east facing bedrooms and living room wakes you up to the warm sun rays
  • The seating areas, swing and benches around the house is a good way to enjoy the breeze and drink some 'chai'
  • Doors of both the bedrooms open into the living room.
  • Another view of the living room with antique furniture from yesteryear. The traditionally carved sofa can be used to sit and relax and also sleep in.
  • There's a small reading nook where you can enjoy your own book or look through some of our family's old collections.
  • A six-seater vintage dining table with a fully equipped kitchen to meet all your cooking needs.
  • The dining room opens out to a sprawling  backyard that has many nutmeg trees. There is a backyard seating area to relax in too.
  • Bedroom 2 - Equipped with a double bed and a half bathroom
  • Bedroom 1 - It comes with a mid-century single bed  and a half bathroom
  • The mosquito nets on the window gives you the option to have the window open all day without having to worry about unwanted insects coming in
  • The kitchen with all the required utensils
  • The kitchen faces the east, a practice carried out in Indian architecture
  • A third independent bathroom with a shower
  • The long veranda/corridor is at times the stage for small folk music performances
  • Go fishing with our local neighbors
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The east facing bedrooms and living room wakes you up to the warm sun rays