Paradise on the Pacific

Paradise on the Pacific

Maui is home to some of the world’s most celebrated beaches and oceanfront estates. This Balinese-inspired paradise captures the spirit of Maui in magnificent form. It is arguably one of the finest properties in the entire state of Hawaii.

Located south of the Fairmont Kea Lani Hotel, and only steps away from Palauea Bay, this iconic estate rests on Makena Road, positioned on two-thirds of an acre with an unparalleled oceanfront setting. Terraced above the ocean with three levels of views give you a commanding front-row seat to the Pacific. With over 100 feet of direct ocean frontage, your only apparent neighbors are the azure waves out beyond.

A carved wooden entry opens to a lovely tropical garden environment with manicured landscaping throughout. As you enter the front door of this Balinese inspired estate, you will be struck by the superior quality of construction as expressed in one-of-a-kind details and fine building materials sourced from around the world. The interiors, spanning over 6,400 square feet, strike the perfect balance between East and West.

Every detail of the property has been designed to captivate your emotions and create an indelible connection to the ocean. The influence of the water permeates throughout the entire property, infusing many of the spaces with a sense of calm and serenity. Many of the rooms are seamlessly connected between indoor and outdoor living spaces, offering a perfect canvas for relaxing with family or entertaining friends. Four bedrooms continue the theme of indoor/outdoor flow, as they each open up to nature and offer the inhabitant their own private view.

Exquisitely appointed and offered fully furnished by the sellers, this estate presents an epic opportunity to move right in and live the Wailea oceanfront lifestyle. The location is second to none. You’re close to Wailea’s many resort amenities, including the best beaches on Maui, designer shopping opportunities, first-class restaurants, golf courses and miles and miles of ocean recreation.

 

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