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One-of-a-Kind Oceanfront Estate on Hawaii Island’s Kohala Coast

Honuala‘i Estate | 69-1566 Puako Beach Drive | $17.499 million | 6 BR / 7.5 BA | 7,744 interior sq. ft. | 1.16 acre lot | MLS #626730

This expansive – and blissfully private – gated estate reflects the essence of casual, luxury living in quintessential Hawaii-style. Situated in one of the most sought after oceanfront communities on the Kohala Coast – Puako – the enchanting residence enjoys 450 feet of prime ocean frontage with panoramic views of the pristine, aquamarine waters.

With sophisticated, timeless elegance, the spacious home includes more than 11,000 square feet of outdoor living spaces on its covered lanais overlooking grassy lawns and the spectacular swimming pool. Just steps from the pool, there is direct ocean access from the small beach fronting the property. The area is renowned for ocean swimming, snorkeling and stand-up paddling among many additional marine activities.

Special features include the majestic double gates opening to an immaculately landscaped turnabout-circle drive, numerous water features throughout, vaulted ceilings, a Zen garden, fireplace, and seemingly endless ocean views.

6 bedrooms and 7.5 baths provide space and privacy for the entire family and overnight guests, and the broad open interior and outdoor living spaces make it perfect for entertaining. As an added bonus, this is one of the only residences in Puako with resort zoning, making it one of the Island’s most magical locations for special events, retreats, and corporate meetings.

Serene and private, the home is also conveniently located next to many of the island’s most luxurious resorts, haute shopping and restaurant destinations, world-class golf and tennis, sports clubs, and spas.

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