Got $6.2 Million? This Fleetwood Mac Star’s Hawai‘i Home is on the Market
Rocker John McVie crafted a stunning Diamond Head home over the past decade.
Photo: Mark Singer Photography, Courtesy of Choi International
The home of John McVie, a Honolulu resident of 10 years best known as the longtime bassist for Fleetwood Mac, came on the market this week for $6,250,000. The property is located at 3124 Noela Drive, on a highly sought-after street on the slopes of Diamond Head.
Noela Drive is known for estate properties, and this home doesn’t disappoint. It boasts nearly 8,000 square feet of roofed living area with five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The home also has a pool, lānai and a large courtyard, perfect for entertaining your entire entourage. The 18,784-square-foot lot is stunningly landscaped to create a tropical setting for buyers looking for a private retreat with rock-star pedigree.
Noela Drive is a private enclave tucked away from the busiest parts of Diamond Head, but still easily accessible from town or Waikīkī. Its residents get the best of both worlds—peaceful privacy, and all that Waikīkī and Diamond Head offer, including the ability to walk to the beach, Kapi‘olani Park or around Diamond Head. A home in the area that needed updating sold earlier this year for $4,588,000.
While celebrity homes often get more media attention (ahem) and, if held open, certainly get more people to see the home, the famous-factor doesn’t usually make the home sell faster. At price points that celebrities can afford, the number of people who can afford that property is relatively small, thus it can take some time to find the right buyer.
The home is listed by Patricia Choi of Choi International and is available to see by appointment only. View the listing here.