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Deal – $2 Million Price Reduction on Mauna Lani Resort Oceanfront Estate Home For Sale

Last week, the sellers of this outstanding Mauna Lani Resort oceanfront estate at 49 Black Sand Beach reduced their asking price by $2 million.

Now asking $12.9M! (MLS# 203139)

It’s possible many of you reading this blog might not remember (lucky we are here to remind you!) this estate home was originally asking $24M over 3.5 years ago…What a difference 1,300+ days on the market makes! The sellers are now asking just about 50% of their original list price. It’s unlikely that you would be able to rebuild this house in today’s market at the current asking price.

Boasting 6 bedrooms, nearly 9,000 square feet of living space on over 1 acre of land…oceanfront

Ready to buy? Ownership of this luxury estate includes:

  • 49 Black Sands Beach Club membership
  • access to the secluded beaches of Honoka’ope Bay
  • 25 meter lap pool
  • general pool
  • Jacuzzi and sauna
  • tennis court
  • fitness room
  • treatment rooms
  • full kitchen
  • entertainment pavilion
  • custom wine storage
  • privileges at the Mauna Lani Resort with its beach club and two championship golf courses
  • private, full-time concierge service and home assistance service

We tend to use a “bit” of hyperbole in real estate when discussing incredible resort properties such as this one. The truth is, this is one of the most unique and well-done properties on the entire Big Island, and it’s located in an ultra-private section of the Mauna Lani Resort—the gated 49 Black Sand Beach community. Intimate, exclusive luxury with forever ocean views and a black sand beach? Perfection in paradise.

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Jeremy Stice

July 5, 2011

Wow! I’m speechless, what an amazing property.

Jeremy Stice

July 5, 2011

Wow! I’m speechless, what an amazing property.

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