The 25 Most Expensive Homes in Hawaii
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4 bedrooms • 5 full and 2 half bathrooms • 28,261-square-foot lot
Artist Christian Riese Lassen is known for his paintings of vibrant oceanscapes and sparkling dolphins, and his Kapalua home is inspired by that Technicolor turquoise aesthetic. “We incorporated elements of Christian’s art throughout the house,” says architect Jeff Long. “Just about every room relates to the ocean.” And good news: If you’ve got a spare $6,750, you can spend a night here—Lassen rents it out whenever he’s not there himself.
2 bedrooms • 2 full and 2 half bathrooms • 7,936-square-foot interior • 70,480-square-foot lot
This sleek Kona abode belongs to Sandra Kurtzig, who Entrepreneur Magazine called “the first lady of computers.” Kurtzig founded ASK Computer Systems out of her apartment in 1972, selling inventory-tracking and business-information software, and turned her tiny startup into a heavy hitter with 91 offices in 15 countries.