18,000 Sq. Ft. Hawaiian Compound Designed by Gary Tobey and Stephen Devery Asks $33M (PHOTOS)

18,000 Sq. Ft. Hawaiian Compound Designed by Gary Tobey and Stephen Devery Asks $33M

$33,000,000 | Built 2003 | 18,210 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 5.5+ Baths | 6.87 Acres
4200 Anini Vista Drive Unit D, Kilauea, Hawaii, United States, 96754

A 14 pod compound with over 18,000 square feet under roof is on the market in Kilauea, Hawaii for $33 million. The Point at Anini Vista offers a rare combination of elegant contemporary design with Hawaiian sensibility and indoor-outdoor living. Situated on a magnificent bluff, high above the beaches and lagoons of Anini on Kauai’s North Shore, the 6.87 acre property offers sweeping views in almost every direction. Watch the sun rise over Kilauea Lighthouse and Secret Beach, view the world class waves and sands of Kalihiwai Bay, see Humpback whales migrating with their newborns and catch the sun setting over Anini reef and the famed Bali Hai. The residence was designed by Gary Tobey and Stephen Devery and offers a total of 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, a separate caretaker’s residence, home theatre with opening walls and a fabulous open floor plan with spectacular ocean views. The property offers the highest level of sanctuary and privacy in one of Kauai’s most exclusive and desirable subdivisions. It’s on the market for $33 million with Neal Norman of Hawaii Life.































 

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