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4.00 Bath (3 Full Bath , 1 Half Bath)
Built in 2004
Lot: 5.62 acre
Single Family Detached
6213 KAHILIHOLO A A private, single-story, quiet sanctuary, that’s fully landscaped, with cool breezes and architectural beauty awaits you in Kalihiwai Ridge.
This unique home is surrounded by many organic tropical fruit trees, and beautiful ornamental, flowering plants.
This house sits on the rim of the Kalihiwai River ...a look down at refreshing water flowing by.
From the shaded, grassy front yard, there is a fantastic panoramic view of the river valley and the mountains beyond.
There is a distant Hanalei waterfall that appears just past all the frequent rainbows that come and go.
This is a peaceful retreat for a buyer looking for a private North Shore oasis.
No other home is visible from this property. The roof-line of this unique home emulates the Namahana Mountain Range that is just behind.
The owners had the house built by Jim Fuller, a well-known north-shore builder.
The 250 sf breezeway between the 4BR main house and the 3-room guest apartment provides for an outdoor covered lounge area.
In addition to the dining room, there is a 400 sf enclosed, bright, expansive pavilion — IDEAL for hosting larger groups and events.
This house is an entertainer's dream!
Stunning interior features include:
*Custom carved doors from the hardwood, Acacia Mangium
*Custom carved Vengai wood door caps
*Bloodwood Satine hardwood flooring throughout
*Four huge wall-sized pieces of Balinese art carved from teak
*A wet bar
*Kitchen with DeWills cherry wood cabinets and custom Rosewood carved doors
*Countertops in the kitchen and bar are semi-precious Australian Jasper called “Verdi Fire”
*All major appliances have been replaced in the last couple of years.
*Private outdoor shower in back
Landscaped features include:
Beautifully placed large boulders, many varieties of orchids, mature hardwood trees, palms,
ti plants, heliconias, ornamental gingers, bromeliads, ferns, mature fruit trees, and spice trees.