Combining intelligent Asian architecture with the finest Balinese antiques and furnishings, Hale Ku Mana is a spectacular Hualalai Resort property in Hawaii. This stunning estate home boasts 10,056 square feet of opulent living space set on 1.3 acres of immaculate landscaping with 5 bedrooms and 5 and-a-half bathrooms, and an office in the master wing. This private luxury estate features carefully crafted indoor-outdoor living spaces, six ponds, and walkways featuring rare natural materials. Even the stone tiled salt-water infinity edge pool and integrated spa feels like part of the natural environment.
Light and airy living spaces are perfectly designed to capture the essence of living in Hawaii. Stunning ocean sunset views are available from nearly every living area of the house. Every bedroom in this house is a master—each designed as a secluded sanctuary unto itself. All bedrooms feature indoor/outdoor bathrooms with privacy walls that boast original carved stone appointments designed by renowned Balinese Designer Richard North Lewis. Surrounded on three sides by the members-only Keolu Golf Course, this luxury estate feels like a private oasis and the landscaping features more than 30 different native and endangered plants. Property is sold completely furnished with Balinese antiques, original paintings created specifically for this home and custom made furniture.
The palette of materials used in the finishes of Hale Ku Mana is based on natural materials primarily from Indonesia. These materials were chosen for both their unique quality and Indonesian architectural authenticity. From the many Indonesian materials available, only those of superb quality were chosen for this unique adaptation of the beauty of the Balinese house and the demands of a modern home in Hawaii.
This spectacular property is listed on the market for $13,500,000, from here.