For Sale

Waterfalling Estate Lives Like an Oceanfront Luxury Resort at Every Turn – Going to Auction!

waterfalling estate

Currently Offered for $9.95M. Reserve $5.99M. | MLS# 658607 | AUCTION DATES: August 11-15.

Concierge Auctions: Selling to the Highest Bidder

This Big Island escape lives like an oceanfront resort at every turn. From every room of the 7,000-plus-square-foot Waterfalling Estate, you can enjoy an intimate view of the 240-foot natural waterfall adjacent to the property.

ocean view estate on big island hawaii

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The rugged coastline drops dramatically into the Pacific Ocean, just steps from your property. Spot whales while soaking up the temperate year-round weather or greet each day with coffee as the sun rises over the water. Seclusion and space are plentiful across your nine-plus-acre property.

estate with tennis court

Waterfalling Estate | 32-1065 Old Mamalahoa Hwy | 10,942 sq. ft. Interior | 5 BR / 4 Full & 3 Half BA | 9.44 Acres

Ninole, Hawaii

For sporting guests, the lifestyle offered by this estate is unmatched. An aquatic center anchors the outdoor space with everything you need for swimmers and divers of all ages. Practice your swing on the 9-tee course, invite a few friends for a friendly tennis match, or you can melt into the views on a lounge chair on one of the expansive terraces.

massive oceanfront estate at sunset

Custom details and luxurious finishes abound inside, highlighting the same horizon-touching vantage point that makes this estate special.

More Information

For more information, please contact Carrie Nicholson, R(B), BIC, Director of Hawaii Life One – Big Island, (808) 896-9749 or & or contact Concierge Auctions at 646.760.8109 or visit for details.

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