Sculpture in the Tropics – Rare Hideaway Home on Kauai’s North Shore Is a Work of Art

The setting of this rare, tropical hideaway (MLS# 230220) is off the charts. As a getaway that has enchanted guests varying from Presidents to rock stars, the only beachfront home in Haena with not just one but two residences (see also MLS# 230260) is now for sale. This luxury estate has been fully CPR’ed, and the two residences can be sold separately or as one estate.

This luxury estate (MLS# 230220) in Haena is shaped like a modernist sculpture that perfectly hugs the shoreline while looking like it could take flight.

The beauty and privacy of this residence, adjacent to a 4-acre estate, are unparalleled. A lanai that wraps around the back of the house encourages idle hours spent taking in the incredible view of the ocean. There are over 250 feet of beachfront beckoning you into its silky sands and cerulean-colored water.

Lounge on the lanai and enjoy expansive views of the Pacific Ocean

The interior boasts many custom details: built-in koa cabinetry, central air, gas fireplace, granite countertops and travertine flooring, and two indoor spa tubs. With plenty of palm trees, ti’s, ferns and heliconias, the landscaping is pure Hawaiian.

Granite counter tops and custom-built cabinets outline the architecture of this luxury estate

This modern masterpiece may be purchased together with a second large dwelling (MLS# 230260) which includes a tennis court.

The famed Na Pali Coast is just up the road, and nearby Ke’e and Tunnels beaches make this location one of the most desired on the island. Just miles from this home is the isolated Honopu Valley not easily accessible except by water.

Until the mid-19th century pre-Hawaiian people of uncertain origins flourished in this valley, but then disappeared, which is why it is sometimes referred to as the Valley of the Lost Tribe. Living this close to Honopu Valley, it’s enticing to “join the tribe” and lose yourself in this enchanting Haena home.

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