377 Portlock Road, Honolulu – Offered at $2,740,000 (MLS 201820385)
Two cool cottages on one spacious lot just one lot back from the beach off Portlock Road. Vintage style in a luxury neighborhood with a great rental opportunity in an amazing location. The compound features a single level from 1940 a two-story from 1950.
The original three bedroom home was built in 1940 with an addition, designed by famed local modernist architect, Vladimir Ossipoff, added a few years later. The second two-story cottage was added in 1950 and was also designed by Ossipoff. The two-story was remodeled in 2013 and again in 2017. The original cottage was restored in 2017 as well.
The vintage gas stove is the star in a great kitchen.
Two Story Remodeled Cottage
The two-story, two bedroom dwelling is the more “polished” of the homes and has been the dwelling of choice for the prior two owners. With a great room up top on the second floor, an open yet vintage kitchen, and its spacious outdoor lanai, it is a great spot to entertain. The lower level features a master suite with a huge walk-in shower as well as a separate guest suite, both opening from the garden.
The Original Three Bedroom, Single Level Home
The second home is a three bedroom single-story, with everything organized around an enclosed courtyard. A large high-ceilinged great room opens to a covered lanai. The three bedrooms are accessed off a covered walkway. This is a simpler home and has been a great rental for the current and prior owner.
Spacious and Private Compound
Each cottage has a separate entrance, its own parking and is separately metered. Each cottage also has its own large lawn and garden, great for kids, dogs and even room for a pool. The spacious compound is surrounded by a high wall made up of coral, lava rock and painted hollow brick tile for privacy.
Spacious lawns and walls for privacy
Easy Beach and Ocean Access
Through the garden gates you find a deeded shared driveway and path to a small sandy beach with ocean access. The compound is just one home back from the beach. Most of the access points in Portlock are rocky, but his one is an exception. It’s an easy paddle straight out to the popular surf break, “Seconds.”
Sandy beach access just steps from the property