Kula Makai, set on a dramatic point along the western edge of the South Shore’s first private club community on Kauaʻi, Kukui‘ula, stands as one of the last oceanfront estate enclaves on Kauaʻi. Only four of 15 homesites remain ranging from $1.55 to $12 million.
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“Unlike anywhere else in our community, Kula Makai homes are treated to stunning 180-degree oceanfront vistas and remarkable coastal and mountain landscapes to create a truly enchanting place to call home,” says President of Development at Kukui‘ula Richard Albrecht. “Some of the highlights of living in Kula Makai are that its gated enclave affords buyers ultimate privacy, and its generously sized homesites allow owners to concept and build a dream home on the edge of the world with all the finest finishes.” Each of the homesites presents an opportunity to concept, design and build with well-known and celebrity architects including Olson Kundig, Zak Architecture and Swaback Partners.
For those seeking move-in ready, Kukui‘ula also has two homes available to choose from in its Kahalawai neighborhood located on the hillside slopes of Kukukuiʻula, including this plantation-style home designed by renowned architect Ginny Latham.
ON THE MARKET Kahalawai custom-built home #2 $13,950,000 4,975 square feet 4 bedrooms 4 ½ bathrooms. PHOTO BY MARCUS BLOSS 73
“Kahalawai 2 homeowners can swim or relax in the backyard, which features a large infinity-edge pool with T-shaped spa, tiki torches and a fire pit seating area,” says Albrecht. “Unique to this Kukuiʻula neighborhood is an orchard brimming with citrus, mangos, avocados, litchi, banana and more.”
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Both Kukui‘ula communities can enjoy the exclusive amenities and programming such as farm access, spa, pools, clubhouse, island pursuits and golf. “Here, life is measured in moments spent with loved ones,” says Albrecht, “and one of our most distinguished offerings of Kula Maka is taking in nature’s splendor from the comfort of their own home… stunning sunrises and sunsets, breaching whales and playful dolphins, to name a few.” kukuiula.com/own/kula-makai; kukuiula.com