Built in 1996 on the island’s west side, the Lahaina mansion was designed to “seamlessly blend the interiors with the tropical gardens and the panoramic ocean views,” according to the listing. Mission accomplished.
Views of the Maui coastline, Molokai, Lanai, and Honolua Bay are all waiting to be savored by a new owner.
“This home is perfectly oriented toward the sunset,” says listing agent Courtney Brown with Island Sotheby’s International Realty. She notes the property is on conservation land and is home to an endangered seabird colony, which means nothing can be built nearby.
“It’s just a really special, beautiful place,” she says.
The contemporary retreat measures 6,645 square feet and has eight bedrooms, including a master suite with a blissful bath that looks out to the garden. The layout includes a wing with four ocean-view guest suites, each with a private lanai.
There’s an additional wing with more bedrooms, a media room, and a gym. The property comes with a whopping 10 acres of paradise and, according to the agent, a solar-powered lighthouse which dates to when the U.S. Coast Guard owned the land.
Even with the $49 million price tag, the magnificent Maui retreat is only the second most expensive property in the state. The priciest property in the 50th state is still a gorgeous compound on Kauai listed for $70 million. We covered the Garden Isle estate in December, and it’s still waiting for a buyer to splurge for the privilege of calling Mark Zuckerberg neighbor.
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