Luxury 7 Bedroom Walauwa with Land in Sri Lanka
Euroresales Property iD – 9825018
This property is an excellent 7-bedroom Colonial 19th Century Dutch Walauwa located in the south coast of Sri Lanka.
The property consists of 6 en-suite bedrooms in the main house with an additional 1 bedroom en-suite private residence / Managers house if turned into a boutique hotel , 2 suite rooms, lounge, kitchen and dining room.
The property also includes a manager’s house, staff quarters and a private secure garage capable of holding up to 4 cars.
The staff quarters consist of: 3 bedrooms, kitchen, 2 toilets, 1 closed shower room and 1 open shower.
A superb private infinity pool is also included which overlooks the nearby, surrounding paddy fields.
Along with the private pool, private tropical gardens are also included which span across 2.5 acres in total.
The property is being sold together with a large collection of furniture and antiques.
The property could be used as a large estate home or a luxury boutique hotel.
A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within Sri Lanka.
Bedrooms – 7
Bathrooms – 7
Private infinity Pool
Private Tropical Gardens
Plot Size – 2.5 acres
About the Area:
Weligama is a town on the south coast of Sri Lanka, located in Matara District, Southern Province, Sri Lanka, governed by an Urban Council.
The name Weligama, literally means “sandy village” which refers to the area’s sandy sweep bay.
it is approximately 144 kilometres south of Colombo and is situated at an elevation of 9 metres (30 ft) above the sea level.
The main industries are tourism and fishing. Weligama is a popular tourist destination and hosts several boutique hotels.
Weligama is recognised for its beeralu lace-making. First introduced by the Portuguese in the 16th century lace-making has remained a traditional handicraft along the coastal area of Weligama, with a number of households producing crochet and tatting lace.
The area is also famous for its distinct stilt fishermen, who erect a single pole in the chest-deep water on the beach, just few meters off-shore, where they perch on a cross bar and using bamboo fishing rods cast their lines out beyond the surf break to catch small fish.