An atypical creation, the Saipem Quarry has three spacious and elegant villas that come together to form a wonderful settlement. With its own individual and unique floor plan layout and exterior detailing, each villa breaks the monotony of repeated forms while creating a unique identity. The arrangement of the villas facilitates an uninhibited, spectacular view of the quarry from the rooftops and living/dining halls.
The quarry villas, with their roots firmly fixed in traditional Goan design, stand gracefully with thick laterite walls, high ceilings, and sloping roofs. Here, laterite deserves a special mention as this very element was used to build the foundations of the legendary World Heritage Site - The Angkor Vat of Cambodia.
Each Quarry House villa has one master bedroom and two guest bedrooms, all with en suite bathrooms, a kitchen and utility area. At the heart of each villa is a double height living/dining hall with a view overlooking the quarry. Above the halls are open roof top terraces. Situated at the very bottom of the quarry, the common area houses a pool with an ever so inviting appearance with the steep and rough natural walls of the quarry playing its sidekicks. Villa I and II comprise of an additional family/library room. The property is set in a gated community with gate house, watchman and a private access road.