Private reservoir, waterfalls and mountain views stun in this secluded Hawaiian paradise
Including everything from a tropical location, seclusion, a couple of waterfalls with a stunning mountain view and your very own giant reservoir, this Hawaii home is nothing short of an absolute sanctuary.
Located in Kauai, the oldest of the Hawaiian Islands, the home sits on 6.5 acres, with nearly 5,800 square feet of living space split between two separate custom-built structures.
Complete with three bedrooms and three bathrooms, the main house is described as "Bali-inspired," and with an open-floor plan, sky-high ceilings and basalt and crystal inlay finishings throughout, we can see why—the space exudes a sense of complete tranquility and sheer paradise.
The real stunner in the main house is the master suite, which is conveniently isolated to grant direct access to the resort-worthy outdoor area which includes a pool, ipe deck and pavilion that grants a view of the Hawaiian mountains, reservoir, lily pond and numerous waterfalls in one fell swoop.
You have to see this heavenly property to believe it:
The second structure is a one bedroom, one bathroom delight that's built from hand-sourced teak wood.
The house, which is located inside the exclusive Kalihiwai Ridge development, is just about two years old.
It's currently owned by surfer and musician Donavon Frankenreiter.
The property is on the market for $6.6M, though those views that make you feel like you've just jumped in to a screensaver are pretty priceless.
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