Hale Ho'omalu - A place of refuge and dreams is a secluded sanctuary on two-plus acres perched above a lush valley with coveted deeded access to Kauapea (Secret) Beach below. The estate's main residence, three poolside Balinese pavilions (bale), garage and accessory buildings all share the same exceptional aesthetics and integration of high-quality finishes in a style best described as Tropical-Craftsman. Hale Hoomalu was primarily constructed with a bevy of tropical hardwoods- specifically Teak, Ebony, Ipe, Koa, Mango, Fir, and Redwood much of which was milled on-site to ensure its legacy for future generations. Features of the main residence include custom ocean view kitchen, lava rock fireplace with intricate insets, artful tongue and groove ceiling and hardwood floors. The hand-sculpted staircase and stained glass make the home a work of art. The den boasts custom built-ins. There's plenty of room for guests and extended family with the spacious sleeping loft with multiple built-ins and trundle beds and two en-suite bedrooms. From the kitchen, dining and covered outdoor lanai spaces, you can survey the verdant lands below and ocean beyond. Just off the ocean view dining lanai step onto the 100-foot Ipe boardwalk to an ever-expanding vista towards Anini Reef and to Bali Hai. The reward at the boardwalk's end is a spectacular view overlooking an uninterrupted stretch of golden sand and the Kilauea lighthouse. The fertile, naturally abundant pool setting features three Balinese pavilion buildings for relaxing, cooking and dining. Inspired as a gathering place, here you can easily entertain large groups in tropical splendor. Hale Hoomalu is an extremely thoughtful and meticulously detailed estate that will stand the test of time and be enjoyed for decades to come.