This magnificent, 8-acre island-style estate truly exceeds all expectations. Located directly on secluded Pakala Beach on Kauai's west side, this serene property contains an orchard and is heavily sprinkled with mature shade trees and a variety of palms.
A long driveway leads guests through a breathtaking panorama to a welcoming portico. The large, southern-style veranda looks out across an expansive landscape and a low, Hawaiian rock wall to the Pacific Ocean. This is the perfect vantage point to enjoy spectacular island sunsets.
Step through French doors to a living room lavishly decorated with antique furniture and oriental carpets. The separate dining room is a luxurious amenity perfect for big families. A large, eat-in kitchen opens onto a deck overlooking the beautifully manicured gardens. All bedrooms, are extremely spacious and comfortably furnished. Some are actually suites and several open onto the veranda and the extraordinary vista beyond.
Permit No. TVNC-1268
Befitting royalty, this impressive home invites families and friends to spend time together yet has acres of space for quiet interludes. A short drive in either direction leads to area restaurants offering a tempting variety of cuisine.
Activities nearby include seasonal swimming, snorkeling, fishing, hiking, shopping, boat tours and helicopter tours. World class surfing at Infinity's aka Pakala's.
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Technically the house has 4 bdrms, however, what was once a 'dressing room' off of the master bdrm has its own double bed and full bath. Egress is through the master bdrm. Hence the '4+' bedrooms.
Pakala House is located directly on what is known as Pakala Beach and the world-famous Infinity (or Pakala's) surf break. The surf break is recognized as the longest 'left' in Hawaii. The property is the 8-acre estate of Sinclair Robinson former manager and partner of Kauai's last sugar plantation, Gay & Robinson. While sugar is no longer grown by the family, cattle ranching operations continue and several thousand acres are leased to corn growers. The estate is surrounded by 51,000 acres of the Robinson family lands including historic plantation villages such as Pakala Village (aka Pakala Camp) next door. Sinclair Robinson managed the plantation from 1912 until his passing in 1966. Pakala House, now owned by two of his grandchildren, was built for him in 1912 when he assumed the position of Plantation Manager.
Permit No. TVNC-1268
Other Activities: Helicopter tours, boat tours, whale tours (seasonal), Waimea Canyon, Kokee State Park (forest reserve).
Golf: Kukuiolono Golf Course
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