Boxy Tam Dao house offers valley views

By Minh Trang   February 18, 2021 | 09:00 pm GMT+7
A villa in a valley in northern Tam Dao Town faces east to welcome the rising sun.
The 484-square-meter villa has three floors that look like two boxes placed on top of one another. The second floor is 22m x 22m x 3.3m while the two lower floors (including the basement) make up the smaller box at 16m x 16m x 3.3m.The rear overlooks the golf course valley is also a place from where occupants can watch the sun set.

The 484-square-meter villa has three floors that look like two boxes placed on top of one another. The second floor is 22m x 22m x 3.3m while the two lower floors (including the basement) make up the smaller box at 16m x 16m x 3.3m.
The rear overlooks the golf course valley is also a place from where occupants can watch the sun set.

The entrance leading to the living room on the ground floor is from the foot of the mountain. The front and rear are extended and connected to a courtyard.The courtyard and the pool allow light and breeze inside.

The entrance leading to the living room on the ground floor is from the foot of the mountain. The front and rear are extended and connected to a courtyard. The courtyard and the pool allow light and breeze inside.

A fish pond in the middle of the villa is open above.

A fish pond in the middle of the villa is open above.

In the ground floor the reception area and main kitchen are connected with an outdoor BBQ area.The basement has two bedrooms with views of the valley, a bar area and a wine cellar.

In the ground floor the reception area and main kitchen are connected with an outdoor BBQ area. The basement has two bedrooms with views of the valley, a bar area and a wine cellar.

A side view of the swimming pool.

A side view of the swimming pool.

Several windows allow wind and light into the villa.

Several windows allow wind and light into the villa.

The rooftop is a camping area.

The rooftop is a camping area.

The owners have opted for minimalist furniture.

The owners have opted for minimalist furniture.

Photos by Trieu Chien

 
 
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