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Anini Vista—Land Fit for a King

“I never saw such a romantically beautiful spot in all my life time. Were I forty years younger… I would throw the Foreign Office with all its musty papers in the King’s hands and spend the remainder of my life here.”

—Robert Crichton Wyllie, founder of Princeville at Hanalei.

In 1845, Scottsman Wyllie entered the service of King Kamehameha IV as Minister of Foreign Affairs. He purchased the area, today known as Princeville, for the king. Wylie planted sugar cane and coffee and constructed a large, modern sugar mill. Wyllie named his sugar plantation “Princeville” in honor of a visit to Kauai by two-year-old Prince Albert and his parents, King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma.

The vivid blue Pacific Ocean – a perfect backdrop for your dream house

Five minutes from this historically beautiful plantation is land where you can create your own piece of history. Perched high atop one of the North Shore’s most exclusive developments, Anini Vista boasts unparalleled views of land, sky and sea. As you revel in the breathtaking ocean and mountain views of MLS 225424, you’ll agree this is the ideal location for building a home fit for a king or queen.

Kauai’s lush tropical greenery embraces the property

An infinite view of the mountains

Contact me for information on this and other properties.

www.robertahaas.com

(808) 652-9777

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Keahi Pelayo

May 6, 2010

Wow! Your listing just explained the existence of Wyllie Street in Honolulu.
Thanks,
Keahi

Keahi Pelayo

May 6, 2010

Wow! Your listing just explained the existence of Wyllie Street in Honolulu.
Thanks,
Keahi

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