My wife and I really enjoyed this ocean front escape, but it won't be for everybody.
I'll start with the good - during the day it's a little piece of paradise. You're right on the beach with one of the most amazing views in Bali. If you surf, Impossibles is right in front, you literally paddle in and out of your front door, and Padang Padang is a short walk down the beach at low tide. Sitting on the porch and watching the sunset and sunrise was fantastic. The interaction was great with proprietor and especially the manager, Shelvy, and very responsive to our requests.
Then the bad, or should I say - what should have been noted in listing, they mention the walk down the stairs to get to the villa, what they don't mention is that the walk starts at the end of a long road that's the driveway for another resort. This means walking to any restaurants or shops is a very long uphill climb, takes about 30 minutes to get to the nearest food, and I wouldn't even think of doing it at night (with maybe 2-3 lights randomly placed along the walk, not sure if they even work or who controls them) because of how steep and sketchy the stairs are. So you're basically stuck at the villa at night.
When the tide is low you can get in and out easier, you can actually walk to Padang Padang beach and go up the stairs there which drops you right near food and shops. This is faster than taking the main stairs from the villa. But if the tide is high you can't access any other part of the beach without swimming.
Once the sun sets there were a ton of ants all around the villa, inside and out. We also noticed mice and monkeys running around just outside.
During our stay the power went out twice at night because the neighbor sharing the other villa on the property was using a large hair dryer and running AC. We didn't know where the fuse box was so it took a few hours to get power back, however it was noted in the house manual. They had AC installed in our villa but it wasn't hooked up, and we weren't expecting it based on listing. From what I understand they're trying to fix this so it might not be a problem in the future.
Would we stay there again? Absolutely, now that we know what we're getting into.