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Opulent Hamakua Coast home listed for $26.5M

By Associated Press

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LAST UPDATED: 02:11 p.m. HST, Aug 29, 2013



HILO, Hawaii >> A Hilo developer and his business partner have turned a former macadamia nut orchard into a $26.5-million home that’s so opulent it bears the grandiose name of “Waterfalling Estate.”

The 8,100-square-foot home is nestled between two naturally occurring waterfalls at the edge of a 250-foot cliff along the Hamakua Coast.

Hawaii Tribune-Herald (http://ow.ly/oodwd) described today features that include a three-helicopter landing pad on the roof, a 450-seat tennis stadium, a 250-millon gallon Olympic infinity pool and a two-story waterslide. The inside boasts an elevator, Japanese-style open showers and a guest suite with two walls that are sliding glass doors that can completely recede to provide the feeling of sleeping in the outdoors.

Developer Scott Watson says the home shows the potential for ultra-high-end residences on the Hamakua Coast.







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Maneki_Neko wrote:
Japanese-style open showers

Made up name. There is no such thing. Fake real estate speak. Still, I guess that qualifies as nit-picking.


on August 29,2013 | 03:37PM
cojef wrote:
Japanese-style furo, I can understand, but showers is something I have not seen in my many years in the service there and over 10 visits to hot-springs areas throughout Japan from Kagoshima where the volcano recently sent ashed flying high to northern Honshu, hot springs area, Aomori and Hokkaido.
on August 29,2013 | 04:07PM
HealthyandHappy wrote:
A price only Obama's Bankster buddies can afford
on August 29,2013 | 04:27PM
Squiggs wrote:
let it go, HealthyandHappy
on August 29,2013 | 09:55PM
mcc wrote:
The beginning of the end of a beautiful coast.
on August 29,2013 | 04:30PM
bodai808 wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kY5I1i2fiLw I've been watching this place being built over the past 4 years, I thought they were building a juvenile prison or something. May be opulent but its pretty darn ugly!!
on August 29,2013 | 10:05PM
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