Malaekahana Lifestyle on Oahu's North Shore – A Tropical Hawaiian Beach Paradise

I’ve recently re-listed an incredible retreat in Malaekahana at a new price of $4,100,000.

Ocean views from the main residence of Malaekahana Estate (MLS# 1107023)

The houses sit on a secluded beachfront area. Just 50 minutes from Honolulu’s airport, this beach hideaway is set on a private lane off the main island highway, Kam Hwy., in a lush setting between the old sugar plantation town of Kahuku and the town of Laie.

Bordered along the tranquil shores of Malaekahana Beach, this hideout will transport you to another world, a tropical Hawaiian beach paradise of sun, surf, and gentle winds. Experience the roar of the crashing waves and the delicate mist of the warm sea air as it massages the warm and soothing sand.

View in front of the estate with Goat Island in the distance

It is steps away from Mokuauia, also known as Goat Island. This island holds two little sandy beaches of its own. Most of the island is a protected turtle and a native Hawaiian Shearwater sea bird sanctuary, but there is a trail around the island to enable an exquisite view of Oahu from “offshore.” Lay back in the sand on your “own” little island. Great for snorkeling and tide pool observation.

A five minute drive down the road is the Polynesian Cultural Center, where you can experience all of the islands and culture found in the Polynesian Islands. Around 3 miles away from the house is the Turtle Bay Resort, where there are many options for fun and relaxing, including restaurants, golf, tennis, horseback rides, and spa services. Another short drive away brings you to the quaint historical town of Hale’iwa, where you can find numerous restaurants from local to fine dining, charming shops, art galleries, surfing lessons, and more.

Contact me for more information about the property above, or living your Hawaii life in Malaekahana.

Marcello Del Zotto, RA

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