Work Out in Your Own Personal Gym in These Dreamy Hawai‘i Homes
Kiss those excuses goodbye.
Every year, many of us resolve to get healthier through exercise or diet or a combination of both. And every year, most of us see our resolve fade as the weeks go by. We wake up to the early alarm and hit snooze until we miss the start of yoga or spin class, or we choose pau hana with colleagues over that evening gym session. There’s just not enough time to work out—unless you bring the gym to you.
Photo: Annie Kim
This historic home in Maunalani Heights has old Hawai‘i charm and a detached studio that is the perfect place for a workout. Beautifully restored, 4827 Sierra Drive has four bedrooms, three full bathrooms and two half bathrooms, and 180-degree views that span from Kāhala to Waikīkī. Get your yoga on in the morning, then enjoy the sunrise over the ocean.
Listed for $1.998 million by Annie Kim at Better Homes and Gardens. For more, click here.
Photo: Andy Landgraf 360 Properties
In Kāhala, 4551 Aukai Ave. has it all. One block from Kāhala Beach, this home doesn’t just have a gym, it also has a gorgeous pool, good for a few laps to cool down after your workout, and a gourmet kitchen for all the healthy cooking you’ve resolved to do. It has six bedrooms, six bathrooms and more than 6,800 square feet of living space.
Listed for $4.75 million by Pat Choi and Victoria Nguyen at Choi Hawai‘i Life. For more, see: choi.hawaiilife.com/201801768
Photo: Mike Torres of Michael Torres Photography
On the Windward Side, this home on Old Kalaniana‘ole Road has a gym bigger than many houses, complete with 1,900 square feet of exercise space, commercial-grade equipment, air conditioning and a built-in sound system. Invite your workout buddies over to experience the fantastic view. The home itself, at 42-139 Old Kalaniana‘ole Road, has six bedrooms and six bathrooms and nearly 12,000 square feet of living space.
Listed for $5.888 million by Susie Kimhan and Germaine Hopkins. For more, see: 42139OldKalanianaoleRoad.TheBestListing.com
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