Kukui'ula is known as Kauai’s Living Garden. Designed by award winning architect Gary Nogle and Jan Solomon. Hale Mea Ala is a true work of art that maintains a Polynesian appearance while balancing luxury and comfort. Minimal. Modern. Elegant. Presenting a restrained color palette in both architecture and furnishings. Truly Island style, this single level home is wrapped in a view well worth the price of admission. Intentionally perched high within the Kahalawai neighborhood’s mountain slope, facing directly into the limitless blue Pacific with only side-by-side fairways, white sand traps and pristine water features in the balance. Holes 5 & 6 of the famed Tom Weiskopf golf course at Kukui’ula are the most fragrant of all 18 holes. Countless tropical flowering plants and trees historically used in Hawaiian Lei making—plumeria, puakenikeni, tuberose, and Princess Ka'iulani’s favorite, pikake—release their intoxicating fragrance into the wind. Oversized Pella casement windows on the Windward side open to expansive pocketing Lift & Slide doors along the entire Leeward side of the home to create a well-flowing INDOOR meets OUTDOOR Sanctuary of over 5,000 square feet in total. Overhead rustic oak beamed vaulted ceilings stand tall in opposition to the Du Chateau engineered wood flooring throughout both living structures. Duplicate ocean view master suites, each open onto a portion of the gracious Ipe deck. Clawfoot soaking tubs can be found in both master suites. The modern farmhouse style gourmet kitchen and casual dining room enjoy fabulous air flow and refreshing ocean views. Caesarstone counter tops, Wolf hood and range, paneled Sub Zero refrigerator, wine fridge and ice maker. 5 bedrooms include customized closets, private ensuite bathrooms, Carrara marble slab counter tops, tile shower and tile floors along with 4 connecting outdoor lava garden showers.