Big wave surf veteran Robby Naish reduced the ask on his 73-acre estate on the northern coast of the Big Island of Hawaii this summer. The property is on the open market with an asking price of $15 million. The listing represents a three-million-dollar price snip from Naish’s initial listing of the residence.
The location is high drama, Hawaiian style; a promontory expanse of lush green that drops away to a rugged line of ragged volcanic stone that extends to about a half mile between property demarcations. Views from the estate are a panorama that includes Uaoa Bay and Pilale Bay.
The residence contains five bedrooms and five baths across 5,938 sq. ft. of interior living space. The layout includes a guest wing, making the property an idea choice for a family investment. Inside the home, a large, open living area sets the living style with light, space, and warmth. A wet bar sets an atmospheric tone, and serves the outdoor lanai beyond the pocket doors that stands between the house and the waterfall pool and spa.
The property includes a 2,000 sq. ft. outbuilding that may be a candidate for conversion to a detached guest home. A gym and passive solar are also featured on this estate.