Remember the Makena Dream House Part 1 post I did a while back? I said Part 2 was coming, but I got hectic with some family matters I did not get the chance to post Part 2 right away. Now it’s here! On Friday, I met with Damien at the Makena Dream House to once again visit this gorgeous place. This time I brought my cameras with me.
There really is something magical about this house. As soon as I entered the place, I felt like I was back in time like the old Makena, even though some of the the surroundings had been developed. I suppose it’s the nature around it that makes that happen. You see, when you enter the house, you are greeted right away with the beauty of Makena because the house is built with an open wrap around lanai upstairs and downstairs. To give you a feel of what I am talking about, I took a couple of short video shots of the surrounding. Here is one that I took from the first level lanai:
Did you hear the birds chirping in the background while I shoot that video clip? That was cool. This house is surrounded by the beauty of nature. Did you see that red hill? That is Pu’u Ola’i. You can hike there. It’s a little bit of a rough hike so not a lot of hikers to it. There are more info on www.Trails.com. This hike begins on Big Beach and follows the long and wide crescent of sand to the base of the cinder cone. The trail explores the tidepools fronting Puu Olai, then climbs the volcanic slope to panoramic views across the ocean to the islands of Lanai, Molokini and Kahoolawe.”. Either way, whether the buyer of this dream house likes to hike or not, that hill gives a nice view from the Makena Dream House lanai. Sometimes, there are even deers roaming around in there. Fun to watch.
Here’s one I took from the second level lanai:
On this video you heard some of the birds playing in the wetland. More information about the wetland restoration can be found on this State Park website (the contact person is listed there). And did you see Molokini? It was not an epic day when I took this video. It was actually a little bit cloudy that day – and yet if this video represent a “not so good day”, you can just imagine how beautiful a good day would be, which is often. A portion of the Black Sand beach is was also in the video – there is an access from this Makena Dream house to that beach without having to go out of the road. It’s a beautiful secluded beach perfect for family fun or romantic walks.
I took some photos also – these are raw unprofessional shots and they still show the beauty of the surroundings:
This luxury Makena House is really a dream home. There are so many great features to talk about – but again, I’ve already reach my blogpost length limit. For more information on this, contact me and I’d connect you to the owner.