Most expensive home in Hawaii will set you back by $70.000.000

Most expensive home in Hawaii will set you back by $70.000.000

Visiting Hawaii at least once in a lifetime is on everyone’s bucket list, but actually living there is a dream comes true for many. Hale ‘Ae Kai is one of the most impressive estates on this beautiful archipelago, but becoming its owner would mean cashing out $70.000.000. Not many people can afford spending this enormous sum on a new home, but you could after the next Powerball draw – play now to snatch €269.900.000!

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There’s an endless list of things that make this 15-acre estate, situated on Kauai’s North Shore, a true paradise on Earth. It offers breath-taking views on the Pacific Ocean, clear sightlines to the Kilauea Lighthouse and private access to the Secret Beach, which is widely known for its seclusion and beauty. One of the most attractive parts of owning this serene and secluded oasis is the fact it comes with a fully operational farm of palm, coconut, lemon, banana, and grapefruit trees. It gives you an opportunity to enjoy farm-fresh fruit every day and serves as a natural barrier to the outside world, protecting you and your guests from the prying eyes.

Hale ‘Ae Kai may be a dream home for everyone who enjoys spending their time surrounded by unsolicited nature, but it also offers all the amenities of a regular opulent estate. This compound consists of four pavilions, each one reserved for a different area of the house. The central pavilion features kitchen, dining area, living room, exercise room, media room, office, and a bar. The master bedroom pavilion has 1.100 square-feet and it’s outfitted with a living area, wet bar, and indoor and outdoor shower areas. There are also another two one-bedroom pavilions, where your guests can enjoy sweeping views of the ocean. The gated grounds also include an infinity pool, hot tub, fire pit and an outdoor dining area.

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