If This Makiki Condo Were a Car, We’d Say It Comes Fully Loaded
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It starts before you even enter the condominium, with Bluetooth-enabled locks by Kevo. Touch the handle, and the home lets the owner in. From there, you walk into what was once a tight galley kitchen that has been opened up and flipped around. Look beyond the stunning gray chevron ceramic-tiled backsplash and custom cabinetry, and the cook in the family will find an induction cooktop with downdraft range, the quietest Bosch dishwasher on the market, a convection oven and more. Lit by a combination of recessed lights, restoration hardware and designer fixtures, no detail was overlooked.
The open living and dining area is all about the view, which spans from Diamond Head to Downtown. But it’s also the TV-lover’s delight. The custom A/V system includes a 92-inch screen, which drops from the ceiling when turned on, a projection system and surround sound, and it’s all navigated by iPad.
There’s no one above you at this two-bedroom, two-bath home, and you get the feel of brand-new construction in a classic Hawai‘i building for $669,999. Open this Sunday, Oct. 16, from 2 to 5 p.m.