A sprawling 2.5-acre Hawaii oceanfront estate located near President Barack Obama’s vacation home is on the market for $28 million.
Located at 51 Kaikea Place in Kailua in Windward Oahu, the estate includes three homes, including a main residence, a guest home and a caretaker home, designed by Hawaii architect Fritz Johnson.
The homes were renovated in 2008, containing a total of 7,851 square feet of living area, 4,466 square feet of open lanai area, 1,121 square feet of storage space and 870 square feet of garage/carport areas. All fixtures, furniture and equipment are included in the sale, excluding the paintings.
Scott Eden of Newmark Grubb CBI is representing the owner in the sale. Property records show that “51 Kaikea LLC,” is the owner of the property, with Keiichi Kojima as its manager.
The property, which includes a total of four parcels, has a total assessed value of about $24.3 million, according to tax records. In 2008, the main parcel was purchased by 51 Kaikea LLC for $22 million, with two adjacent parcels purchased for $4 million.
“[The owner] spent $7 million to remodel the property, and to build a caretaker’s house on one of the front parcels,” Eden told PBN in an email, noting that the property was previously listed in January for $38 million.
The sale also includes the two adjacent 10,000-square-foot parcels in front of the main gate that may be used for additional residences.
“Land of this sheer size is becoming increasingly hard to find on Oahu, particularly in such a desirable location,” Eden said.
President Obama and his family arrived in Hawaii this past weekend for their annual family vacation, and the 51 Kaikea Place estate is located less than five minutes away from their vacation compound in Kailua.
Pacific Business News