Poipu Sunsets at Kukui’ula Pair Well with Hawaiian Music, Red Salt & Pearls

Recently, Kukui’ula celebrated the newly finished custom home, Hale Pi’ikoi (“the home honoring Prince Kuhio”), with a beautiful sunset gathering at the home, complimented with live Hawaiian music, tantalizing nibbles prepared by the talented Chef JP of Red Salt at Koa Kea, and the latest in local fine jewelry from Puakai Kauai and Mrs. Pearls.

HALE PI‘IKOI - The home that remembers and honors Pi‘ikoi (Prince Kuhio)

Hale Pi’ikoi (MLS# 269585)

The Fine Bobbles

The beautiful handmade jewelry by designers Jodi and Michelle of Puakai Kauai, soon-to-be featured at Tommy Bahama stores, and the freshwater pearl creations of Diane Yamaguchi (aka Mrs. Pearls) were on hand (pun intended) to admire.

Michelle and Jody of Puakai Kauai

Hale Pi’ikoi

This authentically Kauaian, single-level Makai Custom Cottage captures the casual elegance of the south shore – the visual nostalgia of old railroad track from the gone-by sugar plantation days blended with the views of verdant Prince Kuhio Park and sweeping ocean panorama.

Hale Pi’ikoi, Kukui'ula (Poipu)

Elevated architectural design, nuances, and appliances combined with the entertainment qualities of the infinity-edge spa cascading into the pool, an outdoor kitchen, and a spacious lanai, make this cottage an ideal gathering place for friends and loved ones. Yet, the entry garden courtyard grants privacy to the two bedrooms of the home. The guest suite above the garage offers ocean views to visiting company.

For the fortunate homeowner, this spacious cottage will provide the perfect backdrop for incredible memories. The home includes membership into the private Kukui’ula Club, allowing access to the Tom Weiskopf-designed 18-hole golf course, the spa and fitness center, fine dining at the Plantation House, and access to the Upcountry Farm and Lake.

Additional Information

For more information about the newly finished Hale Pi’ikoi, please contact me at (808) 635.6580, or view the home directly at

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