Hale Wailele (Waterfall House) is a beautiful, spacious home with floor to ceiling windows in the great room looking out onto fountains in the pool with an incredible ocean view beyond the palm trees and torches. The architecture of the home makes it unique and inviting with artistic touches such as arches and cathedral ceilings throughout.
The master bedroom is furnished with a king bed, flat-screen TV, garden tub with separate shower, Toto bidet commode, and infra-red sauna.
Bedroom two has a king and a queen bed, TV in an armoire,, and full guest bath.
Bedroom three has a king bed, flat-screen TV and sitting area.
The den has a flat-screen TV, recliner, and a pullout sofa. It opens to a fenced side yard perfect for game of croquet or bocce. The den and bedroom three share a full guest bath.
The loft looks over the great room, has a computer desk, foosball table, 2 queen futons and 1 double futon.
The 4th bathroom is a tropical outdoor bathroom complete with a basalt tub, rain shower, two vanities, and a separate commode (with an ocean view=)!
The gourmet kitchen features stainless appliances and two adjoining dining areas. There are also two bar areas.
If you prefer to cook and dine on the lanai, we have a large stainless gas grill, and an Evo grill. There is seating for 10 at two lanai tables.
There is also a separate o'hana (guest studio 18X18 ft. with two single beds) available for an extra charge, please contact us for rates and details.
Tropical gardens surround the home on the spacious one acre lot. Outdoor enthusiasts will love the orchid garden, herb garden and extensive assortment of flowers and fruit trees including, papaya, lemon, lime apple-banana, fig, and mango.
Our home is in a quiet residential area, and therefore we do not offer it for weddings, meetings or parties. The enjoyment of the house, pool etc. is limited to the individuals listed on the rental agreement.
Also a quick note about our animal friends :)
Geckos: Because of the tropical climate and vegetation in Hawaii you are likely to see our friends the geckos. They are a beautiful bright green with a few magenta spots. They have no teeth, are harmless, and considered good luck on the islands because they eat harmful insects. They are most easily spotted outside by lights waiting for dinner, but can fit through the smallest openings and are sometimes seen inside as well. If you see one inside and prefer not to have its company, please just toss a hand towel over it and release it into the gardens.
Birds: There are many birds around the house and throughout the neighborhood including Brazilian cardinals, finches, doves, exotic pheasants, chickens, and others. While they are fabulous to watch and a favorite part of the tropics, they can also be noisy for light sleepers. We recommend adding a sleep app to any smart phone or bringing earplugs if you think you might be bothered.