Maui’s Most Costly Itemizing Is This $35M Trendy Mansion

Ali Topan

As luxurious as Maui, HI, is, many oceanfront properties are conventional Hawaiian structure—and getting older quick.

That’s what makes this new itemizing—a 7,394-square-foot oceanfront property for $35 million—stand out, based on itemizing agent Chelsea Dimin, of Compass.

“You don’t discover trendy properties in Hawaii like this,” Dimin says.

Along with its trendy look, its locale can’t be beat. With 158 ft of ocean frontage, the design takes benefit of the water views.

Being near the coast has meant wonderful whale-watching alternatives. The homeowners even constructed an remark deck 15 ft above the water with fireplace pits and couches.

“That’s the place the homeowners prefer to entertain and spend their time,” says Dimin.

The property is the highest-priced on Maui and is tied with two different properties as the most costly residence on the market in Hawaii.

Customized construct

As for this tradition construct in Kihei, alongside Maui’s southwest shore, it’s a fundamental home and a pool home on a 0.6-acre lot. Each constructions had been designed by Maui architect Rick Ryniak.

“It’s one of many few properties I’ve seen with a second-story, open-air walkway connecting the home to the three-car storage and the pool home,” says Dimin.

It gives 5 bedrooms and 5 en suite baths. There’s a house workplace upstairs with a killer ocean view.

“The glass partitions create the artwork, framing the ocean,” Dimin says. You get views of the West Maui Mountains and the island of Molokai.

Maui is understood for having the sunniest climate of all of the islands, the agent notes, and these pure landmarks within the distance create visible curiosity.

Sensational spa

One other uncommon amenity is the resort-style spa—excellent for entertaining a big group.

There are two heated swimming pools, three spas, a chilly plunge pool, a dry sauna, a steam room, and a fitness center. One of many spas is completely positioned on a 1,600-square-foot rooftop for nighttime stargazing.

Maui’s Most Costly Itemizing Is This M Trendy Mansion
Dwelling and eating areas

(Jonathon Russell at JBR LIFE Media)

Kitchen

(Jonathon Russell at JBR LIFE Media)

One of many bedrooms

(Jonathon Russell at JBR LIFE Media)

One of many baths

(Jonathon Russell at JBR LIFE Media)

Breezeway and pool

(Jonathon Russell at JBR LIFE Media)

The house was designed to mix in with its environment. For instance, lava rock was used for the kitchen counter tops and bar space.

The homeowners constructed the house in 2010 as a trip getaway.

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