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Beachfront paradise in Kauai asks $14M

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Snorkel out your door

A one-story, white and green house sits on lime green grass in Hawaii. Photos by Keani Andrade

Hawaiian real estate is no slouch when it comes to jaw-dropping vistas and indoor-outdoor living, and the latest house to catch our eye is this two-bedroom, three-bath home located on the north shore of Kauai.

The seller is Incredibles 2 actor Craig T. Nelson, who acquired the land in 1995 and worked with a local architect to construct the 2,738-square-foot Hawaiian-inspired house. The single-level home sits on eight concrete pillars with views from every room. The open-beam living room features dramatic vaulted ceilings and the house uses exotic hardwoods throughout.

While the house is airy and pleasant, it’s the outdoor spaces that really shine. The property sits on nearly five acres of flowering trees behind hundreds of feet of a white sandy beach. A reef is visible from the home’s beachfront and is perfect for snorkeling; further off shore world-class waves attract top-notch surfers.

Other perks include a private golf chipping green on the front lawn of the property, an outdoor shower, and plenty of outdoor entertaining space on the Redwood deck lanai.

Ready for your own piece of paradise? 5-7542 Kuhio Highway is on the market now for $14,000,000.

A sandy beach and teal green waters adjacent to jungle-like forests and a towering mountain.
A Hawaiian-style covered lanai with exposed wood beam ceilings and a view onto a green lawn with the ocean behind it.
The living room of the house features an open-concept plan with exposed white beam ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows looking towards the ocean.
The home’s kitchen is white with dark countertops, wood floors, and views onto the beach.
A guest bedroom has a flower-printed comforter, hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, and views onto a verdant landscape outside.
The master bathroom features a large white tub, corner stone shower, and big windows that look onto trees, green grass, and the ocean.