Actress Julia Roberts has listed her two-acre Hawaiian beachfront estate, Pacific Business News reports. The seven-bedroom, four-bath property, which Roberts and husband Danny Moder purchased for about $14M in 2011, is located on the northern shore of Kauai, the same area where Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg reportedly just dropped $66M on 375 acres of plantation land. According to the listing, the estate once belonged to Hans Peter Faye, a big shot sugar plantation manager who, way back in 1915, bought and combined two original beach lots to form this one. The ask? $29.85M.
Roberts actually owned (owns?) another (gorgeous!) home on the same island, a remodeled three-bedroom pad that was asking $17M a few years ago, and now appears to be available for fractional ownership. As for the Faye Estate, the listing offers few photos of the actual dwelling—a major selling point seems to be the land. "Gone are the days of expansive,open spaces at Hanalei. The Faye property is one of a few parcels that retain the large, open feel and the only one that is available for sale," the broker-babble sings.
· Julia Roberts lists Hawaii beachfront estate on the market for $30M [Biz Journals]
· Does This Gorgeous Hawaiian Estate Belong to Julia Roberts? [Curbed National]
· Did Mark Zuckerberg Just Drop $66M on 375 Acres in Hawaii? [Curbed National]