Wai Kala Ranch – A Tropical Highland Sanctuary in the Mountains of Kauai’s North Shore

Tucked away in the foothills of Kauai’s North Shore mountains is a beautiful and vibrant piece of land known as Wai Kala Ranch (MLS# 635040 offered for sale at $40,500,000). Remote enough to create the perfect private sanctuary, yet accessible enough that Kauai’s world class beaches, golf, and other conveniences are just a short drive away.

Miles of flowing streams meander through and around this land, creating the most picturesque of Jurassic style playgrounds, swimming holes beneath waterfalls, and natural borders with its few neighbors.

This offering comprises five adjacent properties that aggregate to more than 372 acres, and across which is the perfect balance of varying topographies and terrains. Level green grazing pastures start to climb a gentle slope before steepening up the sides of a bordering ridge known as Mahele Hill; old eucalyptus groves are cut with equestrian and walking trails; and pristine lawns, sprinkled with fruit trees, hug the many waterways throughout the property.

Access around the property is facilitated by two custom truss bridges, works of art in their own right, which make otherwise remote reaches of the land easy to access by foot, vehicle, or horse.

The property also comes with two completely remodeled dwellings. A beautiful modern ranch home of 4 bed, 3.5 bath, and 3,500 sqft of living area sits positioned along a bend in the Pohakuhonu stream, maximizing views of Namahana Mountain and the stream itself. A few hundred feet away, a 2 bedroom, 1 bath guest residence takes in views of Mahele Hill, Kahiliholo Stream and the beautiful private bridge that spans it.

This special property also comes with a local equestrian business which includes 40 seasoned horses and ranch operating equipment.

Large acreage opportunities on Kauai’s north shore are the rarest of commodities. Wai Kala Ranch represents the ultimate tropical highland sanctuary, yet is located very close to the quaint north shore towns of Hanalei and Kilauea.

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