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If This Makiki Condo Were a Car, We’d Say It Comes Fully Loaded

(Sponsored) Penthouse-level upgrades.



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Photos: Courtesy of kat wade

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.

 

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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.

 

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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. 

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