Kukui Lani Estate (Bright star in the sky) Perched on the bluff overlooking the Wailua River Valley and Mt. Waialeale, this is a property of impeccable quality and solitude yet close to all amenities. From the moment the electric gate opens into the enclave you know you are in for a truly fascinating experience. The property consists of two custom built homes (main home is 3,900 sq. ft. and guest home is 1,604 sq. ft.) designed by noted Honolulu architect, Alwyn Trigg-Smith, in the theme of traditional Hawaiian Plantation with touches of Asian and Mediterranean influences. This shows through immediately upon setting your eyes on the exterior of the buildings made architecturally distinctive with use of the James W. Dickey double hip roof line and continues with the extensive use of sand color stucco, African hardwoods and copper rain gutter system. Upon entering the main residence you are astounded by the light and airy yet massive openness provided by 25 foot open beams and coffered ceiling and the large array of windows opening to the pool and mountain view beyond. The property boasts over 15,000 sq. ft. of imported Travertine marble used as flooring both throughout the two residences, lanais and pool deck. Other features include marble steam room, outdoor living area with shower, large "smart" and solar heated salt water pool, large attic storage area and much more. 4 car covered parking. Kukui Lani was featured in the 'Honolulu Magazine' (May 2000) issue. No expense was spared in the creation of this beautiful estate property.