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Beautiful Home with Expert Craftsmanship in Princeville, Kauai

4017 Aloali’i Drive graces one of Princeville’s most prestigious neighborhoods, overlooking the Prince Golf Course. Meticulously designed, this home boasts many premium features and expert craftsmanship.

In this beautiful home, you will find luxurious mahogany floors throughout and a suite of top-tier appliances from renowned brands. The air-conditioned lower level features an inviting open floor plan, a separate media room with sliding glass pocket doors, two generous bedrooms, and a versatile bonus room that could easily serve as an additional bedroom. Additionally, the lower level offers one and a half bathrooms adorned with granite and marble accents and complemented by a private outdoor shower. Two lanais enjoy ocean views beyond the fairway of Hole #8 of the world famous Prince Golf Course.

The second story features a large primary suite containing the primary bedroom, a large bathroom, an office and a private lanai. The suite is designed to enjoy the panoramic mountain, golf-course and ocean views from across these living areas.

Notably, this home also comes with a solar panel system that is grandfathered for net metering, a privilege not extended to recent solar installations.

In addition to the nearby world class golf facilities, the ideal location of this property enjoys other amenities and conveniences of the Princeville area with a grocery store, shops, restaurants, tennis and a medical center all a short distance away. The quintessential surf town and beach of Hanalei are also just a short drive down the hill. Prepare to indulge in a lifestyle of luxury, tranquility, and captivating vistas at 4017 Aloali’i Drive.

See more photos and further details on MLS 705273.

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