This stunning 10,000-square-foot mansion stands apart from many of the other Hualalai Resort homes on Hawaii’s big island. The spectacular combination of indoor-outdoor living space is enhanced by rare natural materials framing the home’s six ponds and elegant walkways. Called Hale Ku Mana, meaning “The House of Spiritual Healing,” a combination of Asian architecture and Balinese furnishings contribute to the distinct qualities of this private luxury estate.
All five bedrooms in the home are modeled in the fashion of a master suite. Each of these bedrooms includes an indoor/outdoor bathroom equipped with privacy walls. Privacy is of great importance in the design of the home, which situated on 1.3 acres is surrounded by a members-only Keolu Golf Course.
The mansion integrates nature with its design inspired by the quality of the Hawaiin lifestyle and incorporation of the outdoor world. A stone tiled salt-water infinity edge pool and integrated spa reflects the natural environment. Meanwhile, views of ocean sunsets are available from almost every living space, and the landscaping includes 30 different native and endangered plants.
The property, which is currently listed at $13.5 million comes completely furnished with Balinese antiques, custom made furniture, and original paintings created specially for the mansion. Many of the materials used in the finishes are natural materials from Indonesia. Stones such as Java Verde, Balinese Temple stone, yellow sandstone, White/Cream Palimanan Stone, Crema Luna Limestone, Grey Basalt, and A’a (a special red Hawaiian lava stone) where all used in the construction of the interior and exterior areas. Woods used were mainly merbau and teak. The construction of the luxury mansion speaks to quality, style, and authenticity reflective of its Indonesian architectural inspirations.