Virtual tour available upon request! Located just a block from the beautiful Red Road, and within walking distance to the famed Kehena Beach, this oceanfront home is fabulous!
The main level features an open-concept living area focused around the magazine-worthy kitchen with newer stainless Samsung appliances and plenty of cabinet space. Above the kitchen is a loft area with windows on each of its six walls and 180-degree views of the expansive Pacific Ocean. A retractable access ladder hooks up to the ceiling when not in use. The spacious main bathroom has a spa-style soaking tub and provides a luxurious ocean view - how relaxing!
Downstairs, guests can have their own area, complete with a separate entrance, in the unpermitted one-bedroom ohana that features a kitchenette and access to the private outdoor shower. Just a few steps from the shower, you will find a serene seating area and a path down to the rugged cliffs. The ohana even has its own full-sized W/D in the 2-car garage.
Major interior & exterior upgrades made over the past few years: New aluminum roof (2016-17); New gutters (2015) New 10,000 gallon ferro cement catchment tank and UV water purification system (2014); New kitchen featuring granite countertops, stainless appliances and sink, new cabinets, and an artistic mosaic floor (2015); New main bathroom featuring a stunning soaking tub, onyx topped vanity, new flooring, walls, toilet, and ceiling fan w/ light (2016); New windows and doors (2014-2017) - Coastal Windows (lifetime warranty!) are manufactured on Oahu and have a special coating that prevent etching and make exterior cleaning easy; New lanai featuring New Tech composite decking w/ 25-yr warranty, cedar posts, railings, and steps, stainless wire, gazebo over catchment tank (2018-2020); New exterior house paint (2017); New garage door (2018); New outdoor shower (2015); Ocean wall reinforcement (rebar and drainage, 2016)
Zone 2 - Areas adjacent to and downslope of zone 1. 15-25% of zone 2 has been covered by lava since 1800, and 25-75% has been covered within the past 750 years. Relative hazard within zone 2 decreases gradually as one moves away from zone 1.