Extraordinary Hawaii Home: Sophisticated Island Retreat on Niu Beach

Niu Beach is one of the most picturesque shorelines in Honolulu. Known for its clear blue waters and surrounding lush green wildlife, any beach lover would tell you Niu Beach is the place to be.

The luxurious estate known as Hale Ho’ola’l is located right on this mesmerizing beach with approximately 185 linear feet of beach frontage and a stunning vista stretching from Koko Head to Diamond Head. Not only is its location gorgeous, the home is also just as spectacular.

As soon as you arrive at the property through the custom gate you will find yourself entering a magnificent, modern estate laid out on nearly an acre-and-one-half of lush, tropical land. The main house, an approximately 11,940 square foot treasure, lies just beyond two fire urns flanking floating stone slabs over turquoise water.

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Your first stop, the entry foyer, will endow a sense of sophistication with its impressive 18.5-foot ceiling, sleek white walls, warm wood, and glossy finishes. Creating a true sense of wow, a contemporary Spark fire ribbon linear gas fireplace, complete with an ultra-modern two-story carved fascia, presides over the space.

The adjacent entertainment room with a built-in wet bar is perfect for lounging and playing games while enjoying a drink as you overlook the pool deck.

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Stroll into the state-of-the-art kitchen and you’ll discover a space outfitted for the most discerning of chefs: 14-foot center island, impeccable sleek wood cabinets by SieMatic of Germany and professional Miele, Sub Zero and Gaggenau appliances. The kitchen’s open space and ocean views provide a calming, serene atmosphere.

The expansive 12-person dining room opens onto the lanai and provides views of seaside tiki torches, lush green lawns by the pool and the sparkling blue ocean.

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Walk up the circular floating stairway (or take the elevator, if you prefer) and you will find yourself in the master suite which features an Agape Spoon tub, a walk-in closet, and of course, an incredible view of Niu Beach.

If you have a large family or like to entertain, the home is equipped with seven total bedrooms, each its own sanctuary. A second master suite with an adjoining study and two additional bedrooms are located on the upper level; a caretaker/guest suite with a kitchen, bath and private entry and one additional bedroom are located on the entry level. The master suites and the two upper level bedrooms are all ocean facing with private lanai/balconies overlooking the stunning azure sea.

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If you think the bathrooms aren’t capable of measuring up, well, you’ll be surprised when you step into these.

Each bathroom is furnished by Agape from Italy, a luxurious brand that really takes the bathrooms’ style up a notch.

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Beyond the main house, the property includes an elevated pool and an eight person Jacuzzi with incredible ocean views. The pool pavilion area also consists of a six person wood sauna and an outdoor shower. If your guests prefer not to get wet, they can always sit and relax in the pool’s lounge area.

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If that isn’t enough to impress your company, the entertainment room will surely reel them in. A three-pedestaled cascading fountain, which was hand carved in Bali, Indonesia, adorns the enclosed garden space. The fountain’s stunning look provides a dramatic backdrop to the entire room.

There is also a tennis court and tennis pavilion with a spacious room and full bath — perfect for playing gams, exercise, yoga or meditation.

These indoor/outdoor elements beckon you to linger outside and enjoy the spirit of aloha.

Built in 1989 and renovated in 2015, this home now is equipped with modern-day technology including motorized shades for privacy and sun protection, and security walls and fences for its gated entrance.

While Hale Ho’ola’l may have all the finest amenities, it continues to stay true to its island feel and is perfect for those who enjoy living it big in tropical paradise.

5403 Kalanianaole Highway is offered at $20,000,000 by Tracy Allen of Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties and John “Jack” Tyrrell of Jack Tyrrell & Company.

By |2018-10-17T08:24:25-10:00February 22, 2016|

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