Nestled into the idyllic north shore of Kauai, this 4,000-square foot custom villa was designed by Hawaii’s renowned architect Mark Eyler for professional surfer Bruce Irons. The architecture and interior design blend Hawaiian, Balinese, and Asian elements with a contemporary style, offering unparalleled beauty and elegance in a modern tropical setting.
Laulea Kailani Villa features an expansive, flowing floor plan in which the upper-level living spaces open to bring the outdoors in, emphasizing the breathtaking mountain, waterfall, and ocean views. The home also includes an additional living space on the lower level, a state-of-the-art kitchen with bar seating, a steam room, and a yoga/meditation room. Each of the three sumptuous bedrooms offers access to a lanai, enabling guests to enjoy cool trade winds as they blow through the villa. The bathrooms provide spa-like amenities such as soaking tubs, a walk-in shower with dual shower heads, and an open-air shower.
Resting on nearly an acre of lush green land, Laulea Kailani Villa showcases sweeping views of the waterfall-drenched Hanalei Mountains, Hanalei Bay, and stunning Bali Hai sunsets. The tranquil, tropically-landscaped grounds include a salt-water infinity pool, hot tub, and full-sun lounge area. Covered lanais surrounding the home also contain additional lounge seating, sofas and chairs, a dining area, and a grill, sink, and refrigerator.
Just steps away from this luxurious, private Princeville villa, guests will find Pu’u Poa Beach at the St. Regis Princeville Resort, Hideaways Beach, the Queen’s Bath tide pools, and the renowned Princeville Makai Golf Club. The home also offers convenient access to dining, shopping, and entertainment in Hanalei town, as well as opportunities for surfing, snorkeling, diving, windsurfing, kayaking, hiking, horseback riding, helicopter rides, ziplining, and miniature golf. After a visit to Laulea Kailani Villa, you’ll certainly understand the meaning of its name, “peaceful sea and sky.”
Air conditioning is available in the bedrooms of Laulea Kailani Villa, and stand fans are available in the remaining rooms. Windows can also be opened to allow the cool trade winds to pass through. Occasionally trade winds may not blow for a few days. The months of July through September tend to have the warmest temperatures.
Hawaii State Tax ID # W02147862-01