Discover what it’s like to own a home on one of the most treasured coastlines in Hawaii. This idyllic 2-bedroom, 2-bath plantation-style cottage, is rooted in a Garden Island landscape with spectacular oceanfront views that showcase the purity and power of nature.
The warm and welcoming great room provides space to gather and celebrate. Large picture windows blur the line between indoor and outdoor, providing you the option of allowing in cool ocean breezes, or the use of solar powered climate controls. Wood floors throughout the home feel soft on bare feet. Perfectly placed window seats offer comfortable alcoves to retreat and relax. The kitchen with its large granite top island counter, pendant lighting, and adjoining dining area, offers a comfortable place to prepare meals and entertain. The lanai deck expands your living space before it steps down to the lush shoreline lawn rimmed by a lava stone wall.
The spacious master suite, with a full ocean view and private deck, is the perfect place to begin and end your day. A large ensuite bathroom, with ball and claw tub, outdoor garden shower, pune‘e style window seat, and an alcove—easily converted to a workspace—complete this wing of the home. The gracious guest room is located just off the great room and faces mauka.
Outside you’ll feel the spirit of Old Hawaii. There’s room to relax, entertain and enjoy endless views to the horizon, while breathing in a sweet blend of island fauna carried on soothing trade winds. Located along scenic Lawai Road, this seaside cottage is a favorite among a discerning Kaua‘i vacation rental clientele, offering an extraordinary oceanfront experience like no other.
Please note—this offering is off-property and does not include Membership to the Club at Kukui‘ula.
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