Almost any slice of Oahu that comes available for purchase is one worth crowing about, as the real estate options on the most populated island in the Hawaiian Islands are always slim.
But the magnificent home at 380 Lama Place occupies a stratosphere all its own in a destination already known for being otherworldly. On the market for the cool sum of $14.8 million, the listing by Hawaii Life takes design sense to new heights and stands out from anything else currently on the market on Oahu.
The private compound has an idyllic position in the beach town of Lanikai, looking directly out on the surrounding ocean and Mokuleia Islands. And renowned Honolulu architect James McPeak is behind its intuitive layout.
Renowned Los Angeles designer César Giraldo Design is responsible for the home’s exceptional interior aesthetics and the firm’s philosophy was simple: “Create a bespoke architectural gem that evokes form and function, emotion and exclusivity.” The overall design was informed by the surrounding landscapes’ rich and vibrant colors, with a focus on maximizing the spectacular ocean and island views.
The home is all about blurring the borders between island views and sublime and relaxing interior spaces, giving a real indoor/outdoor feeling from nearly every vantage point while maintaining timeless craftsmanship.
Set on more than 13,000 sq. ft. of beautiful land, this four-bedroom home boasts 4,450 sq. ft. of living space that will be ideal for entertaining friends and family, be it for annual vacations or the everyday elation of living in paradise.
Among the many lifestyle amenities the new owner(s), whomever those lucky ones might be, can look forward to here are the covered private rooftop bar, an outdoor pool and jacuzzi, a Tesla power wall, and climate controlled wine cellar.
The home is even fitted with a commercial elevator in case residents are in a hurry to move from one spectacular level to the next to enjoy every possible angle of these epic views.