72-166 Ke Alaula St
$8,750,000
Price:
$8,750,000
Bedrooms:
3
Bathrooms:
3.01
MLS:
(ACTIVE) 709683
Interior Area:
3,842 sqft
Price/sqft:
$2,277
Year Built:
2004
Lot Size:
0.59 acre(s)
Land Tenure:
Fee Simple
Property Type:
Single Family
On Market:
Apr 09, 2024
Updated:
Jul 08, 2024
Total Monthly Fees:
$600
Foreclosure:

Listing Remarks

Nestled into a quiet cul-de-sac and surrounded by exotic gardens that many regard as a tropical landmark at Hualalai, Ke Alaula #10 is designed to experience Hawaiian Living at its finest. This private enclave has undergone numerous enhancements employing the very best exotic materials and custom detailing. From the custom copper gates on arrival to the exterior of smooth “Marmarino” plaster and outdoor soffits clad in clear vertical grain Canadian cedar, the home has a distinct contemporary feel while nestled in the lush landscape of the tropics. The sound of the dramatic up-lit waterfall at the entry adds to the garden's “acoustical perfume.” Custom detailing is found throughout the interiors as well, with walls covered in grass cloth, sisal, mother of pearl, and striking leather tiles, while floors are done in polished travertine, African mahogany, and Australian blue Gum. The primary bedroom has both floors and ceiling finished in honey-colored native Hawaiian mango wood, and the primary bathroom employs an entire wall of electronically operated glass that opens to encompass the adjoining outdoor shower garden in the bathing experience. The family room opens to a tropical garden of exotic Heliconias and features an entertainment center with built-in mango and carved mahogany cabinetry. Granite and mahogany are featured in the kitchen as well which is equipped with top appliances. The Great Room opens onto an expansive deep covered lanai surrounded by a wide lawn that includes an infinity edge pool and spa that have views over the 6th Fairway of Ke Olu and the ocean beyond. Unique to the home is its extensive museum-like collection of Oceanic Art gathered from the far corners of Indo-Pacfiic over many years. Even the front door with its 32 miniature windows appears to be an open work “woven“ lattice of African mahogany… a masterpiece of the woodcarver’s art. A unique, exceptional offering for the most discriminating.

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