Considered the most sacred of the island’s five volcanoes, Mauna Kea’s summit is the highest in all Hawaii. Quite naturally, ancient Hawaiian law reserved visits to the peak for only the highest-ranking nobles. In keeping with this tradition, at the Mauna Kea Resort among the most favored sites are those at the highest elevation. At the centerpiece of the upland properties is a rare and remarkable offering of custom residences.
Hapuna Estates Phase 2 sites sit above the 8th fairway of Arnold Palmer’s Hapuna Golf Course. All share exquisite finishes that compliment the airy, contemporary ethos of the residences. Each is sited to assure privacy and optimize the views of the Kohala Coast all the way to Maui beyond.
This magnificent estate sits on a double lot, Hapuna Estates 15 & 16 (TMK#s 3-6-2-21-12 & 3-6-2-21-11) consisting over an acre with amazing golf and ocean views and features the living/dining/kitchen, theater, 2 powder rooms, glass stairwell, butler’s pantry, wine, primary suite and laundry on the ground floor in the main hale, 2 guest suites, common area, bunk room with sleeping porch, 1 powder room and glass stairwell on the upper floor in the main hale, 2 guest suites, common area, fitness room and lanai on the ground floor in the guest hale and junior suite on the upper floor in the guest hale, totaling 12,950 sf of air-conditioned space with 7-bedrooms, 8-full bathrooms, 3-powder rooms and a 4-car garage.
Courtesy of Hapuna Realty, Tomoko Matsumoto
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