We’ve dedicated a good bit of blog-space in the past month to the views, waterfalls and exterior features of the 100-Acre Valley House Estate, and now it’s time to move inside and survey the interior grandeur of the multiple houses on the property (MLS# 256415).
The primary residence on the estate, the 4,000 sq ft. Cistern House was built in 2006 over a 125-year-old cistern, where it derives its namesake. Flushed with deluxe decor throughout, essentially the entire house is covered in floor to ceiling windows allowing for maximum light exposure throughout the day.
While the interior spacing allows for a seamless flow between the kitchen, dining, and living areas, the refined craftsmanship throughout lends a vibrancy that accentuates the properties exterior delights pouring into every windowpane.
Perched hillside, with a valley, a waterfall, and an ocean in sight
Gourmet kitchen almost looking too nice to cook in, almost…
The doorless passageways provide for a seamless flow from room to room
Highlights of the 3BR/3.5BA Cistern House Include:
- Large gourmet kitchen
- Brazilian cherry, rare Hawaiian koa and walnut woods throughout
- Wrap-around lanais on both the upper and lower levels of house that extend from the bedrooms, overlook Hawaii’s oldest grove of lychee trees and offer views of mountains, valleys and the Pacific Ocean.
With windows covering the majority of wall space light jumps in from every angle, filling the room with vibrancy
The wrap around lanais connect to both the living area and the bedrooms, with both facing east and a sunrise over sea
Evening time at the Cistern House, looking calm and quiet
The second home on the property, Valley House, is positioned discreetly on top of a hill and offers views of the lychee orchard, one of two waterfalls on the estate, and the Pacific Ocean in the distance.
Valley House, facing east and bathed in sunlight
Built in 2004, the 2BR/2BA Valley House with multi-vaulted ceilings and a natural chic design could perhaps be best described as a ‘luxurious lodge’. The home’s interior shows fine fashion throughout while as a whole remaining in balance with its simple but stately design. The large upstairs living area offer an airy feel with its dome-like design and numerous windows bringing in light, as well as the day’s sea breeze.
The dome-like living area is spacious while remaining natural
The refined interior design invites the exterior splendor inside
A three-tiered water view, with the spa in front, the waterfall in the middle, and the ocean in the distance
A more robust depiction of what Valley House has to offer
The third residence on the property, Gate House, offers a 1BR/1BA space currently setup as an office and a 2BR/2.5BA space fit for supplemental guest accommodation.
Gate House, blending in with the undulating terrain
To learn more about the Valley House Estate and explore its rich history and paramount scenery, follow the links below:
- A Historical Narrative Of The Valley House Estate: Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3
- Kauai’s Only Inland Facing Waterfall At The Valley House Estate
- Views Of The 100-Acre Valley House Estate
- Hawaii Land Banking – A Growing Trend To High-Yield Profits