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Colorful beachfront getaway asks $18.9M in Hawaii

Say “Aloha” to 300 feet of ocean frontage

An exterior view of a single story home in Hawaii. The home has a pool in front and a teal tiled roof. Photos by Jonathan Davis at Spaces808, courtesy of Carrie Nicholson of Hawai’i Life

After the fun and dazzle of the holiday season, January sets in. Everything seems a bit colder and darker this month, which has us wishing we could jet off to a tropical getaway. This four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath contemporary in Kona, Hawaii, would do just fine.

Located in the gated enclave of Mauna Lani Resort at Pauoa Beach, the contemporary home was built in 2004 by renowned Hawaii architect Hamlet Charles “Lucky” Bennett. The interior’s 5,609 square feet is supplement by 2,000 square feet of covered lanai, making for seamless indoor-outdoor living in paradise.

There’s polished travertine flooring throughout, high-end appliances in the kitchen, and smart home lighting, TVs, and music. But despite the cheerful wall colors and sleek styling, it’s really all about the outdoors. The property boasts 300 linear feet of ocean frontage, plenty of room for lounge chairs, and a large pool. Throw in the tropical outdoor showers and you may never want to come inside.

Love what you see? 68-1025 Pauoa Way is on the market now for $18,900,000.

An aerial view of the home with the house on the left and a beach in front. Palm trees and vegetation surround the house.
The property sits on Pauoa Beach with 300 feet of ocean frontage.
A living room has polished floors, large openings to outside, and blue and white couches.
The living spaces feature travertine floors and vaulted ceilings.
A bedroom has polished flors, a red and teal bed, and doors that open to the yard.
The bedrooms also feature access to the outdoors, with ocean views.
A teal and blue themed bedroom features an ensuite bath and raised ceilings.
Bright pops of color add whimsy and fun.
A beige bathroom has two glass sinks, a tub, and an outdoor shower.
You don’t even have to come inside to bathe; the bathrooms feature outdoor waterfall showers.
An outdoor pool has ocean and palm tree views, with white lounge chairs and umbrellas in the pool.
The view of the ocean from the outdoor pool.