See How a Former Hawai‘i Restaurateur Lived at This Private Diamond Head Estate
The property is currently listed for almost 8 million dollars.
This story was originally published in July 2019.
Photos: Courtesy of Andy Landgraf
From the late 1930s to 1980s, Spence Weaver, along with his brother, Clifton, built a restaurant empire under the Spencecliff brand, owning dozens of restaurants in Hawai‘i that included Coco’s Coffee House (where the Honolulu Coffee Experience Center now sits) and Fisherman’s Wharf. Now, the late restaurateur’s former Diamond Head home is up for sale.
With more than 5,000 square feet of living space, the five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom home features a koi pond, waterfall, pool, spa, fire pit, wine room and more. But we know you’re just here for the pictures. Check them out below.
Listed for $7.8 million by Anne Oliver, Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties, (808) 292-2800, firstname.lastname@example.org