Across from the ocean and just a short walk from Kahaluu Beach Park, this mid-century estate designed by Lucky Bennett includes a three-bedroom, 2.5-bath main home and attached one-bedroom, one-bath guest quarters. Its newly painted, Asian-inspired exterior features mahogany trim and a tile roof. Many of its rooms open to lanais and the stone courtyard and pool, and its numerous windows and sliding doors allow for cooling cross breezes.
Throughout the home’s interior, koa, mango, and mahogany floors, ceilings, wall paneling, trim, and built-ins have been refinished and preserved. The floor plan includes a spacious kitchen with a large center island, a pitched-ceiling living area, a light and bright family room, a formal dining space, a library, and a sunroom. The living room and master bedroom offer ocean views and freshly painted white wood walls.
Outdoors, the home boasts a lava rock pool, peaceful multi-tiered koi ponds, bridges, and stone walkways. Its Keauhou location means great snorkeling and surfing are nearby, and a small shopping center is less than two miles away. To learn more about this exceptional property (featured here in The New York Times), please contact Patti Kam.