The Queen’s Former Property at Hakipu‘u Is For Sale
This historic home was built in 1941 on land once owned by Queen Kapi‘olani.
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Want to live like royalty? Once owned by Queen Kapi‘olani, this historically rich property is surrounded by a lavish tropical forest and overlooks Kāneʻohe Bay, with views of Chinaman’s Hat and beyond.
Now, the property features a classic kamaʻāina home, built in 1941 and designed by famous architect H. Drewry Baker, lead architect for Doris Duke’s Shangri La. With stunning wood ceilings and doors that slide away, it has touches of both old and new—redwood walls throughout, with updated kitchens and bathrooms and a large master suite. The main house is 2,600 square feet, with five bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms.
The property is nearly 2 acres, with more than 80,000 square feet of land. It passed hands from the queen’s estate to the Judd family, which purchased it for $5,000 in 1915, according to historic records.
Listed for $1,895,000, showings by appointment only. View the listing here.