The Cop­per House, Sentosa Cove

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Sit­u­ated on the south­east corner of Sentosa, Sin­ga­pore’s play­ground is­land, this con­tem­po­rary two-storey home over­look­ing the sea gets its name from the cop­per cladding on its fa­cade. Built on an 18,000sqft plot, the 9,500sqft house is in­verted, with its six en-suite bed­rooms lo­cated on the ground floor, and its din­ing room and other liv­ing spa­ces on the sec­ond floor to max­imise views of the sea. Each bed­room has French doors lead­ing to the swim­ming pool in the gar­den, which has a 40-me­tre fore­shore frontage.

Built in 2012, the house has a base­ment with parking for eight cars, plus a gym, spa, sauna and steel-en­cased wine cel­lar for 2,000 bot­tles. The use of metal as a de­sign fea­ture ex­tends to the liv­ing ar­eas of the house, where sculp­tured metal­lic struc­tures have been in­stalled to guar­an­tee good feng shui.

Wow fac­tor: Wel­come to the party palace. The house has two lev­els of en­ter­tain­ing spa­ces—the sec­ond floor with its liv­ing spa­ces, and the wooden-decked rooftop above. With its dra­matic sea back­drop, this house was built for soirees. S$48 mil­lion

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