Concierge Auctions has returned to the Hawaiian market with a Zen-like beachfront property located along the famed “7-Mile Miracle” on the famed North Shore of Oahu. Previously offered for $22 million, the property will sell without reserve in cooperation with Anne Hogan Perry of Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties on February 25th. The property, Hale Kahakai, is a trophy estate that seamlessly integrates indoor-outdoor living. The exterior of the home and its sweeping roofline were modeled after the Honolulu Museum of Art. The property features six bedrooms and seven-and-a-half bathrooms including its ‘master space’ – an entirely designated second floor encompassing an en-suite bedroom, wet bar and large office that opens to two expansive terraces with views.
The residence also includes a gourmet kitchen, spacious dining room, state-of-the-art theater with surround sound and a main living room that completely opens up to the infinity edge pool, gardens and of course, the ocean. The lush grounds and gardens are landscaped with native Hawaiian plants, and there is more than 100 feet of beach frontage in addition to a separate guesthouse and caretaker’s apartment.
It is an architectural work of art featuring Chinese and Japanese antiques throughout, such as the 800-year-old Buddha in the pond; 300-year-old Chinese castle doors hanging in entry of the theater room; an antique Japanese shrine carving in the grand room; and custom doors, windows and lighting treatments utilizing antique Chinese window screens.
“Hale Kahakai is an extraordinary piece of land that embodies the word tranquility,” Hogan Perry said. “Its magnificent panoramic coastal views showcase grandiose mountains, endless sugar sand beaches and countless sea turtles. The entire home experience elicits a sense of history, culture and oneness with nature. We expect many sophisticated buyers from around the world to vie for a chance to own this piece of paradise on auction day.”