The North Shore of Oahu has a long and storied history surrounding its big wave surfing daredevils, but our new listing at 59-556 Akanoho Place, while just two miles up the hillside from all of the action, is a world apart.
Set on over an acre of land, situated privately from neighbors and overlooking the Pacific, this home is a relaxed retreat from the hustle of Honolulu and the laid-back bustle of Haleiwa's beach town, yet near enough to both to maintain a modern lifestyle. Also, the Honolulu airport is within an hour's drive for those doing business in Asia or on the mainland, while telecommuting from a hammock most days.
Owner, David, says "the house is surrounded by Nature. It is a completely tranquil and peaceful environment. Wherever you look you see green. The only sounds you hear are birds chirping and the gentle breezes. But most of all, [I love] the completely relaxed feeling you have looking out at the ocean from any room."
The home itself is a three bedroom, two bath ranch style. The third bedroom sits next to the garage, so it's currently used as an office. The vaulted ceilings and ash hardwood floors create an open and modern feeling complemented by the the bullnose corners of the walls. The plumbing fixtures are Kohler with Grohe faucets, and the kitchen cabinets are custom made by Huggy Bear Cabinetry of solid maple wood.
And then there's the land...Over an acre...A fenced lawn with plenty of green landscaping for playing and entertaining. The elevation and siting affords a beautiful view of the Pacific Ocean from every room. A valley nearby provides privacy from neighbors and preserves view planes. And the land is your own personal farm stand, with avocado, lychee, macadamia nuts, and mango growing. If you aspire to grow even more of your own food, some agricultural uses are permitted in this zone.
David says, "Pupukea is a very spiritual place. It reminded me of Hana, Maui with the incredible, lush greenery and the extremely clean air."
If you're ready to relax, schedule a tour with us. (808) 447-1486.