Sitting atop the cliffs overlooking the Hamakua Coast in Ninole, Hawaii is a 9.44-acre estate with a 10,000-square-foot home that's equipped with an array of tremendous amenities that should far surpass even the most discerning home buyers' expectations. Once a macadamia nut plantation, this property is on the secluded north end and offers enough privacy to make you feel like you're the only person living on the Big Island. Oh, and it's called the Water Falling Estate, because it has its very own waterfall in the backyard.
Obviously a property at this level offers expected features, like high-quality materials and beautifully manicured grounds, but there are a few aspects that bring this home into the realm of top-tier luxury. Not only does it have a nine-hole executive golf course, but it also has sweeping views of the grounds and Pacific Ocean, a rooftop helipad if you want to skip street traffic, a tennis stadium and basketball court with seating for 450 spectators, an Olympic-sized infinity pool with a two-story water slide (which looks out onto the "triple decker waterfall" and ocean), and a pneumatic elevator inside the home.
Slated as the perfect property for anyone who would enjoy spending his or her free time entertaining guests, whale watching, having free reign of a golf course, and big living in general, the Water Falling Estate will be auctioned without reserve by Concierge Auctions on March 22. The estate was originally on the market for $26.5 million, so we're expecting it to sell at a pretty high price — especially since it looks great for a high profile CEO looking to get away from it all.