Kuki’o Golf Club Estate

Spacious Living. Expansive Views.

Every detail of the layout and appointments of this 9,277 total-square-foot residence takes advantage of the estate’s magnificent location, facilitating outdoor living and the relaxed, informal lifestyle the Islands are known for. With expansive golf and ocean views, and pocket sliding glass doors that disappear when open to create an effortless transition between interior and exterior living spaces, guests and residents can enjoy the breathtaking ocean views and sun-drenched, balmy breezes throughout all seasons — whether indoors or out.

Exterior Details.

The home’s clean-lined, contemporary Hawaiian design is perfectly-paired to its lush tropical landscape. Located on a 29,359-square-foot lot, this luxurious Island retreat offers mesmerizing views of the Pacific and some of the youngest, most dramatic geography on the planet. Sip a fresh mango smoothie or steaming cup of Kona coffee in the morning and awaken to sweet ocean breezes; nestle with a book in the hammock, hung between two coconut palms next to the infinity pool; dine alfresco on the covered lanai overlooking the emerald green grass of Kuki’o's Tom Fazio short course and boasting views of the deep blue Pacific; or watch from your master suite lanai as the fiery sun dips into the ocean during the evenings — from the moment you open your eyes, you are surrounded by beauty.

Exterior features include:

  • Stucco finish exterior with Cedar shake roof
  • Honduran mahogany detailing
  • Outdoor dining area with BBQ and wet bar
  • Infinity-edge swimming pool and spa

Entertaining.

The fusion of beauty and functionality begins upon entering through the estate’s courtyard, flanked on either side by dual two-car garages and boasting dramatic, lush landscaping. It continues through the open floor plan to the great room, spacious dining room and gourmet chef’s kitchen. “Ohana” (family) is an important concept in Hawaiian culture, and the heart of the home was designed to create a natural gathering place and is equipped for any scale of entertaining, whether hosting a large crowd or intimate family get-together alike. Open the pocket doors, and the walls disappear, marrying the interior to tropical outdoor living spaces. Natural materials, full furnishings and a rich color palette anchor the home to its ruggedly beautiful setting. Cream-colored walls are an elegant contrast to the rich mahogany Cathedral ceiling and trim. The living room is cozy and expansive at the same time, while inviting natural light to flow. It features separate seating vignettes for formal and informal conversation and play with the ocean as its backdrop. Luxurious details include recessed lighting, niches for seamlessly displaying sculptures and artwork, a massive Pommele Sapele and Honduran mahogany built-in entertainment center, Marbella Moonstone flooring, and a substantial Blue Pearl Granite serving buffet that overlooks the formal dining room, which offers generous seating for 10.

Gourmet Kitchen.

The kitchen layout is open and informal, with a second buffet overlooking the formal dining area. A center island with sink elegantly anchors the room while providing additional counter space for preparation and creating a natural gathering place with bar seating for four. With every feature imaginable to please even the most discerning chef, including a Wolf Range and Sub-Zero appliances, and Kohler and Waterworks fixtures, the kitchen is beautiful in both its composition and its functionality. A symphony of natural and refined materials plays homage to the home’s contemporary Hawaiian design with recessed and decorative lighting, Blue Pearl Granite countertops, and mahogany Cathedral ceilings. An adjacent breakfast area offers additional seating for six.

Rest & Relaxation.

Each of the home’s bedroom suites, including the luxurious master suite and four guest suites, is an oasis of calm and tranquility and offers true respite to relax and enjoy the carefree Island lifestyle. The master suite features Tigerwood flooring, a mahogany ceiling, and it’s own covered lanai.

Master bath features include:

  • Marbella Moonstone flooring
  • Rainforest countertops
  • Mahogany cabinetry
  • Waterworks fixtures
  • Honduran Mahogany linen closet
  • Outdoor shower

Adjacent to the master suite is a spacious bonus room, ideal for a home office or library. The room is complete with South American Tigerwood flooring, a Honduran mahogany desk, and Pommele Sapele cabinetry.

Guest suites 1, 2, 3, & 4 features include:

  • Private entrances
  • South American Tigerwood flooring
  • Mahogany ceilings

Guest bath 1 features include:

  • Crema Marfil flooring
  • Crema Marfil select Marble countertop
  • Honduran mahogany cabinetry
  • Waterworks fixtures

Guest bath 2 features include:

  • Creme Europa Limestone flooring
  • Costa Smeralda Granite countertop
  • Honduran mahogany cabinetry
  • Waterworks fixtures

Guest bath 3 features include:

  • Murgiano Beige flooring
  • Halila slab countertop
  • Honduran mahogany cabinetry
  • Waterworks fixtures
  • Outdoor shower

Guest bath 4 features include:

  • Pistachio Green Marble flooring and counters
  • Honduran mahogany cabinetry
  • Waterworks fixtures
  • Outdoor shower

Powder room features include:

  • Marbella Moonstone flooring
  • Waterworks fixtures and accessories

About the Area: Kuki’o Golf & Beach Club

Kuki’o is a private equity Golf and Beach Club Community on the Big Island of Hawaii. The Beach Club includes a full-service Member’s Clubhouse, extensive spa and fitness facilities, dining pavilion, beach bar, signature Outdoor Pursuits Ocean Sports program and Tom Fazio-designed ten-hole short course and eighteen-hole championship course, featuring dramatic panoramic ocean and mountains. The Kuki’o Golf Clubhouse includes an open air bar, dining pavilion, full size men’s and women’s locker rooms and a Golf shop.

The world-class amenities at Kuki’o blend with the Island’s natural physical features to create a truly unique environment. Nearby bays — Uluweuweu and Kua — enhance this dramatic setting, and adjacent Kikaua Point Beach Park includes two pristine white sand beaches — ideal for swimming and a variety of ocean sports activities. 

About the Area: Kailua-Kona, Hawaii

Kona, which means “leeward” in Hawaiian for its location along the sunny west coast of Hawaii’s Big Island, enjoys more than 300 days of sunshine a year. Warm all year round and embraced by balmy, sweet-scented pacific ocean trade winds, Kona is famous for sportfishing, snorkeling, gorgeous sunsets and its inimitable Kona coffee.

Established by King Kamehameha I in the early 1800s to be his seat of government and the capital of the Kingdom of Hawai’i, Kona functioned for decades as a retreat of the Hawaiian royal family. Until the late 1900′s Kailua-Kona was primarily a fishing village. Although the region has recently seen an increase in development and tourism, it maintains vast open areas and beautiful, natural tropical landscapes.

 

Disclaimer: This property is listed for sale by Kuki’o Properties (Lic. Broker #17442), 87 Mile Marker, Queen Kaahumanu Hwy, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740, www.kukio.com. Concierge Auctions, LLC is the provider of auction marketing services, is not a brokerage, and is not directly involved in selling real property. The services referred to herein are not available to residents of any state where prohibited by applicable state law. Concierge Auctions, LLC, its agents and affiliates, broker partners, Auctioneer, and the Sellers do not warrant or guaranty the accuracy or completeness of any information and shall have no liability for errors or omissions or inaccuracies under any circumstances in this or any other property listings or advertising, promotional or publicity statements and materials. This is not meant as a solicitation for listings. Brokers are fully protected and encouraged to participate.

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