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Nauru Tower Penthouse – $5,500,000

Nauru Tower Penthouse – $5,500,000

Nauru Tower Penthouse – $5,500,000
January 28
13:00 2013

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#4302 1330 Ala Moana Boulevard, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States

Soaring three-story PENTHOUSE suite in renowned Nauru Tower; includes an 833 square foot rooftop Lanai overlooking Ala Moana Beach Park & turquoise Pacific waters.

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Suite includes floor to ceiling windows, marble tile, recessed lighting and customizable floor plan.  High-end appliances & furnishings highlight luxury living.  Exclusive 3 Bed, 3 Bath Penthouse unit is located steps from the beach, fine dining, world-renowned upscale shopping & more!

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Step inside and say hello to PARADISE.  Your eyes immediately gravitate to the floor to ceiling windows peering directly out to Ala Moana Beach Park and the Pacific Ocean.  Look left, look right; high-end furnishings throughout.

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 Glide up to the second floor and you’re in your office, which of course, peers out to the ocean.  You notice the second floor also has floor to ceiling windows. Go higher – take it to your own private rooftop deck.

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Emerge on to the rooftop deck, 45 floors up, and let your imagination run wild.  Bring your friends and family, your clients and co-workers, or send them up to your penthouse corporate retreat.  Endless possibilities inspired by a magnificent property.

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Price: $5,500,000
House Size: 2,752 Sq. Ft.
Lot Size: n/a
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Specialty Items: 3 Stories, 833 Sq. Ft. Rooftop Lanai, Floor to Ceiling Windows, Marble Tile, High End Finishings.
Address: #4302 1330 Ala Moana Boulevard, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States

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