A spectacular Honolulu residence located in a luxury high-rise has splashed onto the market.
Known as the Diamond Head Villa, the haute home combines two units into one stylish space measuring over 7,000 square feet.
“If this property sells for the asking price of $25 million, then it will be the highest sold price for a condo in Honolulu,” says listing agent Tracy Allen, with Coldwell Banker Realty. “The current record is $23.5 million.”
In 2016, the Howard Hughes Corporation developed the luxury residential tower. David R. Weinreb, co-founder of the Hughes Corporation, purchased the two units for himself and created the massive retreat.
Weinreb lives primarily in Texas and isn’t traveling to the islands as much, so he decided to sell the ritzy retreat, Allen explains.
Trophy property in Honolulu
There are a multitude of factors that make this five-story vacation getaway a trophy property.
“Diamond Head Villa combines the privacy of a single-family home with five-star condominium living, offering unparalleled, resort-style amenities within five harmonious levels of luxury,” Allen says. “This property has its own private garage access, lap pool, wellness spa, and rooftop space.”
Beyond what Allen mentions are the glorious vistas of Diamond Head and the Pacific Ocean.
As for the four-bedroom residence itself, the entrance sparks immediate joy with a green living wall and fountain.
Step inside and find walls of glass, soaring ceilings, and disappearing doors that extend the living space outside by an additional 3,200 square feet.
A sculptural floating staircase wraps artfully around a five-story glass elevator.
Posh perks can be found on every floor. Standout features include a two-story entertainment room and a massive bar carved by local artist Ben Wilkinson. The floor plan also includes a private lounge, home office, and gym.
Naturally, the kitchen is a chef’s dream, with an onyx island and Miele appliances. A second prep kitchen adjoins the formal dining room.
The spacious master suite occupies the entire third floor, and features a luxe bath with a rain shower and separate soaking tub.
The tropical oasis offers plenty of options for elegant outdoor living, including two kitchens set beneath a motorized pergola. In case you’re counting, we’re up to four kitchens on the property.
The property also comes with a 41-foot lap pool, fire pit, and two sundecks. The home has a full Crestron smart home automation and entertainment system.
Bonus: The building is just across the street from Ala Moana Beach Park.
“There’s simply no other property currently on the market in the heart of Honolulu that can match what Diamond Head Villa offers,” Allen states.
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