This stunning, Bali-style residence originally designed and decorated by superstar singer/entertainer Cher and architect William Long—and now owned by GoDaddy and PXG/Parsons Xtreme Golf Founder Bob Parsons and his wife, Renee—has hit the market on the Big Island of Hawaii for $10.995 million, complete with expansive sliding glass doors that open to create seamless indoor-outdoor living environs, sweeping ocean views and breathtaking sunsets year-round.
An added bonus? The closing gift, which consists of a three-day PXG Xperience for two centered around Arizona’s ultra-exclusive Scottsdale National Golf Club owned by the Parsons.
“The seller is one of the most fastidious people I have met, and the home has enjoyed every possible upgrade since purchased,” says listing agent Rob Kildow of Hualālai Realty. “It lacks nothing.”
Resting on a little more than three quarters of an acre at 72-122 Lau’eki St. in Kailua Kona—in the 685-acre Four Seasons Resort Hualālai community on the exclusive Kona-Kohala coast, with access to Jack Nicklaus- and Tom Weiskopf-designed golf courses—the six-bedroom abode was built by Pacific Tradewinds Construction in 2008 and comes fully furnished.
Expect 9,000-plus square feet of contemporary space laid out in a series of five free-standing bungalows featuring vaulted and beamed ceilings, designer lighting, hardwood inlaid flooring and Baroque stone-carved art throughout, along with a remote-controlled Savant smart-home system that controls lighting, audio-visual, Tiki torches and pool settings.
Among the highlights is an ocean-facing master suite sporting an office, wooden lounge deck with wraparound water feature, and spa-like bath with custom stone sinks, koa and mango wood cabinetry, a free-standing soaking tub and outdoor shower garden, and a media room with a surround-sound speaker system, blackout shades and wet bar with wine cooler.
The professional chef’s kitchen features Thermador professional appliances, locally built custom cabinetry with Blumotion hardware, and a center island with prep sink and bar seating. The exterior is showcased by a spacious covered lānai overlooking an adjacent infinity-edge pool and spa.
“I love the unique architectural characteristics of this home, both inside and out,” says Kildow. “The different roof heights create a remarkable arrival experience, while the flexible floor plan allows owners to live and entertain in the home in so many different ways.”
Rob Kildow RB-18723
of Hualalai Realty
PHOTOGRAPHS: COURTESY OF FOUR SEASONS RESORT HUALĀLAI