A beautiful hillside estate at Kukui’ula on the south shore of Kauai is now on the market in Hawaii for $12,995,000. The home features a stunning panoramic ocean, mountain and golf course views accessible from every room. The best part for Tesla lovers is the expansive garage that is pre-wired with four Tesla Powerwalls.
The 5,473 square-foot Kukui’ula home holds 30,000 square feet of land with five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. Kelly & Stone Architects custom-designed the estate for the former homeowner who desired a tropical modern home in which nature is incorporated indoors.
The home contains a chef’s kitchen, home theater, great room, indoor and outdoor dining rooms, and an outdoor lanai. Aside from that, the home also features a raised infinity pool, detached ohana for guest quarters and an oversized garage, as mentioned before.
Kukui’ula is a 1,010-acre residential community, according to Forbes, with a private club. Home owners and their guests are allowed access to the $100 million Clubhouse, as well as a wide array of amenities. Amenities arrange from an 18-hole Tom Weiskopf-designed golf course to custom private and group outdoor activities led by Huaka‘i Outfitters. Aside from the amenities mentioned, members can also access the Kukui’ula’s 32-foot-long Yellowfin boat, the Mahealani.
If that isn’t enough amenities, don’t worry there is more. Members and guests have access to a full-service spa-sanctuary with a gorgeous spa garden. There are fitness classes, a variety of saltwater swimming pools and tennis courts. There is even a man-made beach and a sand-pit volleyball court.
Love flowers? Good because members can pick their very own fresh flowers, pluck delicious tropical fruits and citrus or simply gather seasonal herbs, greens and vegetables for their kitchen at the community’s Upcountry Farm.
The farm team also offers assistance with harvesting, gardening advice and collecting eggs from the hen house. While en route to The Farm, views of Kukui‘ula’s most pristine land and chances to spot birds and wildlife are present. In some cases you can even witness views of the beloved native goose, the Nēnē, which is the state bird of Hawai’i.
If things couldn’t sound better, Kukui’ula also offers a unique Island Pursuits program. The program is led by a Kauai native, Robert Miguel, who holds a deep connection to the island’s reverend land. If you are feeling adventurous, hiking the Kalalau Trail is available, as well as the isolated jungle with steep volcanic slopes. You can also sail the traditional Hawaiian canoe for 17 miles that leads to the protected island, Niʻihau.