The Valley House Estate in the verdant hills of Kealia is arguably the most coveted piece of land on Kauai. Romantic, idyllic and extremely secluded, the entire property is an aesthetic masterpiece steeped in historic mystique, lending itself to a powerful cohesion of natural harmony and spiritual presence. Comprised of three residences, two waterfalls, a helipad and numerous features including a 125-year-old arching bridge, hand-shaped Roman paving blocks from Italy in the 1800s and Hawaii's oldest grove of lychee trees, this natural wonderland with roots tracing back to the 1870s echoes vestiges of Old Hawaii with the comforts of refined modern day living.
The Cistern House with 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths — was constructed in 2006 over a 125-year-old cistern. It boasts a gourmet kitchen, fine woods such as Brazilian cherry, walnut and rare Hawaiian koa throughout, and wrap-around lanai's allowing one to absorb multi-directional vistas of mountains, valleys and the ocean.
The Valley House was built in 2004 and is set discreetly into the landscape. With 2 bedrooms and 2 baths, multi-vaulted ceilings and a sophisticated but natural design, its views encompass a 75 ft swimmable waterfall, numerous fruit groves and the ocean — all to be enjoyed from a spacious hot tub on its deck.
The Gatehouse is made up of one 1BR/1BA space currently serving as an office quarters and a 2BR/2.5BA space fit for guests.
Additionally, there are two 4-bay, hurricane-proof garages, each 1,800 sq ft.
A testament to its natural beauty, it's served as the location for numerous Hollywood productions, including Pirates of the Caribbean, Tropic Thunder and Jurassic Park.
The estate comes with a vacation rental permit along with the option to lease another 100 acres of adjacent land.
Additional TMK #s are 4-4-7-2-1, 4-4-7-2-7 and 4-4-7-2-8
Ceilings-9'+,Exterior Lighting,Greenhouse,Gazebo,Horse - Riding Trails,Landscaped,Office,Storage Area,Bar-Wet