This magnificent house bookended by two naturally occurring waterfalls can rightly dubbed Hawaiian ultimate getaway. It’s the location really sets it apart of all other also interesting luxury properties – it is nestled at the edge of a 250-foot cliff along the Hamakua Coast in Ninole, Hawaii. The four story palace features breathtaking view of Pacific Ocean and dramatic waterfalls bordering the north and south ends of the property. Luxury 8,100-square-foot home, named Waterfalling Estate sits on 8 acres of land near the former sugar plantation town of Ninole, away from the crowds.
The 5 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms home features a pneumatic elevator which connects all three floors of living space, a four-car garage, a game room, media area, wet bar, chef’s kitchen and more. The inside of the home is dominated by a central atrium that gives the whole building an open, airy feeling.
The home is owned by Hilo developer Scott Watson and his business partner, Laurie Robertson. They purchased the land, a former macadamia nut orchard, for $1.2 million about seven years ago, and have worked since then to turn it into the ultimate getaway with plenty of recreational features. That’s include a paved running track, a basketball/tennis court that provides seating for up to 450 and an infinity edge, salt-water pool that features separate lanes for racing as well as a 7-meter diving platform and 3-meter springboard, as well as a 25-meter-long kiddie pool, two whirlpools, a sauna, wet bar, grill dining area and showers.
Not to forget a central “pitch and putt” golf green with multiple holes surrounded by nine tees to provide various combinations of par-3 and par-4 play. Watson and Robertson have thought of everything, so Waterfalling Estate has a rooftop deck built to accommodate helicopter landings.