Three pavilions cluster round the pool. The first is the guest pavilion, with its private deck looking into a private garden, and ensuite bathroom. Looking out from the guest pavilion, which is on elevated ground relative to the neighbour’s compound below, one can see the hill slope on which is located Sri Perdana, the prime minister’s official residence. The second pavilion is the studio pavilion, designed to allow for either a pottery, painting or photography studio. Or it may be used more prosaically as another bedroom suite, private study or guest pavilion. It has an ensuite bathroom, and opens out to a private timber deck and a great view of the distant hill on which Parliament House is located across from Jalan Duta below. The third pavilion is a unique architectural gem and its description will be saved for last.
The bedrooms complex is a secure block comprising the masterbedroom and three other bedrooms, all with ensuite bathrooms. The masterbedroom has an area of 720 sq ft, including the jacuzzi-equipped bathroom, lounge area and private balcony. French windows from the private lounge area open into the living and entertainment hall below. The masterbedroom is linked to the study and other bedrooms by a corridor which is an internal balcony looking down into the triple-volume living and entertainment hall and the live lotus pond below.