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Moloa`a Estate - Private and Exotic

1. Exotic Country Estate in Mola`a - Located on three mostly level acres, this country estate features a spacious three bedroom, three bath home adorned with Balinese and Indonesian touches everywhere. From the exotic tile and stone as you enter, to the solid hardwood floors and covered lanai, each room and space is a work of art. Most rooms open to the lanai and have splendid mountain views, as well as privacy. Just off the granite/cherry wood kitchen is a family room with a stone fireplace. This floorplan is perfect for the indoor/outdoor living we do year-round in Hawaii.

Also on the property is a large double garage/workshop with a studio and bath on the ground floor level. The "worker's quarters" apartment above the garage has over eleven hundred square feet. Luxurious stone throughout the bathroom encircles the stunning mother-of-pearl vanity sink. Ceiling fans bring cool trades through this well-ventilated apartment with hardwood floors throughout. The living room, lanai and extra-large bedroom offer mountain and ocean views. You'll find plenty of sunlight as well as storage in this compact food prep area.

This 3.17 acre property makes an excellent family compound for a large family or creative group of individuals. Over 4000 sq. ft of living space, supreme privacy, and lots of room for expansion.For a buyer wanting a larger compound, the adjacent parcel which is over two acres with a 3000 sq. ft. minimalist home is available also. We have been working with an Accredited Staging Professional and while the owner has furnished the main home to the "nines", i suspect the stager is going to be making some major recommendations on the landscaping. i can hardly wait to see the results.

More updated photos to follow in 2 days!


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Ron Margolis, RA, CDPE, ABR Hawaii Life Real Estate Services 808.346.7095 email: ron@hawaiilife.com

Comment balloon 0 commentsRonnie Margolis • November 24 2007 03:35AM

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