- Bedroom 11 Queen
- Bedroom 21 King
- Bedroom 31 Queen
- Bedroom 42 Twins
- Bedroom 52 Twins
A very spacious home that is situated right in the center of the 7-mile miracle. With the notorious surf spot Gas Chambers right out front, Rocky point 100 yards to the right, and Pipeline 300m to the left, one can simply not ask for a better location looking out at the world’s best breaks.
The main floor has a big open kitchen, a dining area with seating for 10 to 12 people and a spacious lounge with an ocean view. On this level, you will find a master bedroom with a queen size bed, private full bath with shower and bathtub, desk and closet. A nice guest powder room has been added to this floor as well.
The master bedroom, located on the second floor, has a king size bed, full private bathroom, a walk-in closet, a big couch to relax and a wide desk overlooking the surf. This bedroom is the full width of the house and has spectacular views of the ocean. A lanai (Hawaiian for balcony) also located in the master bedroom, has several comfortable chairs so our guests have a relaxing view of the ocean and its sunsets.
On the street side of the second level, there are three roomy bedrooms. The first one has a queen size bed, a private full bath, a walk-in closet, and a desk. The two remaining bedrooms have two twin size beds each. These two rooms share a spacious full bath.
The garden includes four lounge chairs and has an outdoor shower and surfboard racks for your convenience. There is direct beach access and the famous surf spots Backdoor, Pipeline, Rocky Point, Sunset Beach, etc. are all within walking distance.
On the outdoor covered deck there is a dining table with eight chairs.
There is ample space for three cars to park on the street side and a garage with direct access to the house from the inside for your convenience.
*This property has a $500 Cleaning Fee
Hawaii is the spiritual home of surfing. It's where it all began—the ritual, the boards, the ride. Hawaii has some of the most powerful waves on the planet, surrounded by pure volcanic nature.
Oahu is sometimes called “The Gathering Place,” and certainly lives up to its name. The third largest Hawaiian island is home to the majority of Hawaii’s diverse population, a fusion of east and west cultures rooted in the values and traditions of the Native Hawaiian people. It’s this fundamental contrast between the ancient and the modern that makes discovering Oahu so enjoyable.
The world-renowned stretch of Hawaiian dreams begins at Haleiwa Beach Park, in the south, and goes all the way to Sunset Beach, in the north. In between, there are famous peaks like Left Overs, Waimea Bay, Log Cabins, Rockpile, Off The Wall, Backdoor, Banzai Pipeline, Pupukea, Gas Chambers, Rocky Point, Monster Munch, and Kammieland, just to name a few.
Haleiwa (7 miles from the house) is more than the laid back surf town it seems and is filled with local style and country ambiance as well as cool surf shops and boutiques, understated restaurants and charming art galleries.
Rich with island history, Haleiwa is now the social and artistic hub of the North Shore. Here you’ll find surfers fueling up at the restaurants in its plantation era buildings before hitting the famous beaches of Waimea Bay, Ehukai (Banzai Pipeline) and Sunset Beach. You’ll also find locals and visitors shopping, eating and winding down after a day in the sun. Haleiwa is a far cry from the excitement of Waikiki, and that’s exactly how the people of the North Shore like it.
Gas Chambers is a powerful short right and left reef/beach break. This break is one of many along the Seven Mile Miracle (11.2 kilometers) that makes The North Shore of Oahu the celebrated stretch of surf breaks that it is undeniably renowned for. Pipeline and Backdoor, arguably the most well-known breaks happen to be a short walk down the beach. Shortboards are best here. Consistency is year-round with the biggest swell in winter.