Floors in the main house are porcelain Travertine tile to suit the carefree elegance of the house.
The roof covers 6000 sq ft but the enclosed space is 3328 square feet--retractable glass walls integrate the house to the outdoors while you remain protected from sun and weather in the expansive lanais.
Uniquely massive decorative Ohia wood posts frame every element--they are not structural. Posts of this quality and size are no longer available.
Birdseye maple custom cabinets with rosewood accents topped with granite counters. The wooden doors lead to a walk-in pantry and a large washroom with additional storage and the entry to the garage
The high-quality LED light require no maintenance. The outdoor fixtures are sealed and waterproof.
The dining room could accomodate a muc larger table but we prefer this small table that seats six.
The breakfast bar/pass-through is beutifully figured solid Mango wood.
It's challenging to focus on food with a spectacular evening view like this.
The cabinet top is Koa wood, the faces are bookmatched solid mango. The Shoji screens open to reveal a continuous desktop that covers the facing desk in the kitchen.
Shoji screens separate the master bedroom from the great room. The glass wall leads to a private lanai while the slider leads to the garden and pool.
The master bedroom continues the theme of spectacular views and a private lanai to make the room much larger than the enclosed space.
The 180 degree ocean view from the Master Bedroom. Most evening we relax on the Lanai until dark.
The glass walls slide away to integrate the Lanai to the bedroom. The perfect place for morning coffee or an evening glass of wine.