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Location: Kapaa, Hawaii
The Skinny: What better place to wrap up this Outdoors Week run of House of the Day than with this lushly forested, unbearably scenic 200-acre estate on the Hawaiian island of Kauai? The 125-year-old homestead, dubbed Valley House after the original 19th-century residence, features 100 acres of vast, unbroken stretches of rainforest, mountain and Pacific Ocean views, and two waterfalls, and has been the location for movies like Jurassic Park, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Tropic Thunder. If lazing around moonily, staring at waterfalls while butterflies circle your head like a living halo, isn't active enough for you, the estate offers visceral thrills aplenty: skeet shooting, wild boar hunting, horseback riding, swimming, surfing, fishing, and wingsuiting (probably). After a long day of hunter-type pursuits, indulge your inner gatherer by grazing the organic fruit trees bearing avocados, bananas, oranges, tangerines, pomelos, mangos, lychees, and noni fruit because, per the listing, "heart meets health and bounty infuses within." Valley House is asking $24M, but that's a small price to pay for an estate where