The Wall Street Journal Features Kauai’s Valley House Estate

The 100+-acre Valley House Estate for sale in Kealia on the Eastside of Kauai (MLS# 256415) received coverage recently from The Wall Street Journal’s Private Properties section and we wanted to share the excitement with everybody.

Below is an excerpt from The Wall Street Journal article featuring the Valley House Estate. As well, be sure to check out the news report clip from The Wall Street Journal Live.

Kauai Property in ‘Jurassic Park’ Lists for $25 Million

A 102-acre Kauai property that has appeared in films including “Jurassic Park” and “Pirates of the Caribbean” has listed for $25 million.

On the eastern side of Kauai in Kealia, the estate has two waterfalls and is adjacent to 100 additional acres of state land, potentially available for lease. There are three homes on the property, including a 4,000-square-foot, three-bedroom main house overlooking a grove of lychee trees and another large house on top of a hill with views of a waterfall. The property also includes a helipad and skeet-shooting facilities.

The estate dates back to 1878 and was originally owned by a Civil War veteran who worked in the sugar-cane industry. Original features include an arching bridge and numerous groves and orchards. The current owner is Larry Bowman, of the investment firm Falko Partners. Roni Marley of Hawaii Life Realtors has the listing.”

The only inland facing waterfall on Kauai, both secluded and serene

The Valley House, glimmering in an evening's glow

The back lanai spa offers a wide-open view of the verdant property

For a more detailed history of this charmed estate, refer to A Narrative of the Valley House Estate – Part 1, Part 2, or Part 3. (Or take a peak at a series of photos and video of the only inland facing waterfall on Kauai.)


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