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Waiki’i Ranch Equestrian Estate – $12,895,000

Waiki’i Ranch Equestrian Estate – $12,895,000

Waiki’i Ranch Equestrian Estate – $12,895,000
March 28
13:33 2011

$12,895,000

This property represents a world class architectural feat and is unrivaled as the most luxurious and highly functioning equestrian estate in the State of Hawaii.  The amenities and refined features of this distinctive property are for those with the most discerning of portfolios.  Constructed initially in Canada then deconstructed and recreated in Hawaii log by log with immaculate joinery, chiseled by hand for a perfect fit.  The 53 acre working ranch has 360 degree views of the ocean all the way down the Gold Coast north and south including majestic views of Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa, Hualalai and the mountains of North Kohala.  Property structures consists of a 7,004 square foot, four bedroom, four and a half bathroom main house, a one bedroom, one bathroom guest cottage of 912 square feet, a 7-stall stable of 9,087 square feet with 282 square feet exterior decking, a high performance riding arena of 14,140 square feet and a tractor barn of 3,480 square feet.  An irreplaceable and non-replicable estate, unique properties such as this one occupy a different place in the world.

Price: $12,895,000
Size: 7,004 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 5 Full, 1 Half
Speciality Items: 53 Acre Working Ranch, Originally constructed in Canada then deconstructed and recreated in Hawaii log by log, 360 Degree Views of Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa, Hualalai and the mountains of North Kohala, 1 Bedroom/1 Bathroom Guest House, 7 Stall Stable of 9,087 Sq. Ft., High Performance Riding Arena of 14,140 Sq. Ft. and a Tractor Barn of 3,480 Sq. Ft.
Address: 67-1229 Pakila Trl Kamuela, Hawaii, United States, 96743

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