$14 million Hawaiian estate hits the market with surf and sightlines


A slice of paradise is on the market for $13.95 million in the form of an idyllic Hawaiian retreat on Kauai’s South Shore.

Sitting on a private hillside site surrounded by lush flora, fruit trees and hand-built stone walls, the custom four-bedroom set is positioned at the highest point of the exclusive residential community of Kukui’ula.

Designed by local architect Ginny Latham and built in 2020, the property’s main house spans 3,140 square feet and blends tradition and contemporary living with a “harmonious blend of spacious indoor and outdoor spaces”, according to the listing. with the Kukui’ula Realty Group, which brought the home to market earlier this month.

Reclaimed teak floors and wood-beamed ceilings characterize the open-plan home, which features a large kitchen at its heart “for Hawaiian-style entertaining,” and the master and guest suites have custom closets and outdoor showers. , according to the list. Throughout the property, pocket sliding doors open the interior to the exterior.

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With a footprint spanning nearly an acre, the home’s outdoor amenities are expansive. There’s a covered lanai, dining room, and decks, plus a gas fireplace, T-shaped spa and infinity pool, ocean views, and a guest cottage.

The house is being sold by its developer, according to the property records.

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The resort community of Kukui’ula, meanwhile, offers homeowners amenities including a golf course, sand-bottom pools, and an 18,000-square-foot spa.

Typical prices in the home’s zip code, an area encompassing Koloa and Poipu, jumped 5.9% over the past year to a median of $900,000, according to data from online real estate portal Redfin.


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