A spectacular cliff front land in Seraya, situated in the East of Bali in the province of Karangasem, 1.9 hectares of freehold land and zoned for tourism, very famous for their beautiful landscape of mountains, rice field terraces and diving resort.
The cliff-side site borders the Pangkung River. The land is high at the back and slopes down towards the sea and the rocky coastline to the southeast to a tree-lined river valley to form a basin. It extends, in terraced slopes, to the very edge of the cliff, which ranges from 15 to 20 metres in height, down to a black rock beach and the sea below.
The land presents a top quality investment opportunity within an area of unparalleled natural beauty. With prime locations such as a cliff front property, land prices have been rising by a minimum of 20%-50% per year for the last 6 years. Investors can enjoy the benefit of asset growth. The site is ideally suited for a villa development, with generous plots available. The lay of the land would ensure spectacular views from each individual property, also allowing access to the black sand beach below.
Delightfully secluded, the land is blessed with a glorious view, following Bali’s coastline to the northeast while also extending east across the Lombok Strait to Lombok. To the south, the view continues across the shimmering sea towards the island of Nusa Penida, taking in the nearby, tiny island of Pulau Gili Biaha. On a clear day, Lombok’s 3726-metre-high Mt Rinjani is easily perceptible.
The land also lies at the base of two towering mountains-Mt Seraya to the north, and Bali’s most sacred and mystical landmark, Mt Agung, to the northwest. At just over 3000 metres high, Mt Agung is Bali’s tallest and holiest mountain and the Lempuyang twins Mountains, with their resplendent summits provide a dramatic backdrop to the land.
This beautiful, undeveloped area is set well away from the hustle and bustle of mainstream tourism in the Island’s magnificent eastern regency of Karangasem—an exotic royal Balinese kingdom of forests and mighty mountains, emerald rice terraces, ancient temples, mystical water palaces and gorgeous beaches.
The site is 1 hour 45 minutes drive from Bali’s International Airport, 15 minutes from Candidasa town, and 30 minutes from the ferry port at Padang Bai. The land has 6 meters road access, water, electricity and zoned for building accommodation for tourism.