Built in the Lulani Ocean area of Kaneohe, this stunning home incorporates the open floor plan of a family home with the exclusive location of an island retreat. With epic coastline and ocean views set off by verdant green surroundings, the appeal of this Kaneohe hillside setting is intoxicating.
Originally built in 1962, this home is one of the four original homes on Lulani Street and, as such, has one of the best view planes on the street. “Words alone can’t describe the beauty and serenity of this view. You can see all the way from the Ko‘olaus and Mokolo‘i Island to Moku Manu off the Marine Corps Base,” says Diane Pizarro, Realtor Associate at Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties. “It’s simply stunning.”
The home itself is also sure to please. Rebuilt in 2012-2013, the home was taken down to the original three bedrooms and then completely redesigned and rebuilt, including new electrical, new plumbing and a new roof. This rejuvenated home consists of four bedrooms, three baths, two lanai, and approximately 2,180 square feet of indoor living space.
The front entrance opens to the main level, which is comprised of the living and dining areas, the kitchen, a large lanai, and three bedrooms. The kitchen is outfitted with a tasteful combination of maple cabinetry, granite countertops and travertine floors, and opens to a living/dining room in a great room configuration, which features a wall of windows that showcase majestic views.
Downstairs, the all-new master suite addition includes a sitting room, a half bath, master bedroom, walk-in closet and another lanai. The sitting room is complete with a wet bar, built-in wine refrigerator and sink for easy access to your favorite beverage choice.
This gorgeous home sits on an equally impressive lush, green lot measuring approximately 10,753 square feet. The grounds include a mature mango tree, a banana tree, a lime tree, beautiful landscaping, and a lava rock wall and wooden gate that run along the entrance of the property. If that is not enough to impress, the positioning of the home allows for exhilarating ocean breezes, gentle trade winds and stunning views not to be missed.
Photo credit: Hiep Nguyen
By Lisa Scontras