Featured in the November 2017 issue of Architectural Digest, this gracious estate encompasses 90 acres in a prime hillside location in the historic town of Holualoa. Just 3 miles upcountry from Kailua-Kona with all of its services, restaurants, shopping and recreational activities, this private and peaceful property feels light years away.
Two spectacular pools grace the property.
Designed by Hawaii Island architect Lucky Bennett and constructed by Maryl Construction, a Big Island builder, the spacious, beautifully appointed home was purpose-built for entertaining with amenities that include two swimming pools, golf driving range, bocce ball court, a traditional Hawaiian Imu pit (underground oven) for your luaus and a lighted tennis court.
The professionally equipped kitchen, featuring exceptional Koa wood cabinetry, is a home chef’s dream, ensuring guests will not go hungry, while the 1600-bottle, temperature-controlled wine room provides space for all of your most prized varietals and vintages.
The kitchen features curly Koa wood and galaxy black granite countertops.
1600-bottle walk-in wine room.
Surrounded by park-like grounds, the estate’s mature landscaping includes an orchard of citrus and macadamia nut trees extending from the gated entry. Additional plantings on the property include producing papaya, coffee, and mango trees. A koi pond with waterfall feature is showcased in the courtyard leading to the home. Perched at an elevation of about 2,000 feet, Kona coastline and ocean views are enjoyed throughout the estate.
The serene entry courtyard.
The master bedroom suite with private lanai, fireplace and adjoining office is located on a separate wing off the central living area, while the two guest suites are located on the second level.
The master suite features office space and a private lanai.