Architect David Verburg moved to Hawaii to build his masterpiece. Rarely ever we find a house with such an exquisite architectural design; 4, 738 sq. ft. of air-conditioned space, a must-see for any discriminating buyer. With its use of approx. 2, 500 sq. ft. of outdoor lanais, the home has commanding 180-degree ocean views afforded by this privileged and perfectly chosen site, approx. within 2, 000 feet of the Pacific Ocean at about 165’ above sea level – perfect temperature at this sun-drenched location on the northern side of Kohala’s “Gold Coast, ” with refreshing trade winds throughout the entire year. This sophisticated green-design features an entrance foyer, dining area, home-theater room, gourmet kitchen with solid wood cabinets, SubZero, Bosch and Wolf appliances, indirect lighting coves, master bedroom with African cherry floors, folding glass and wood wall, two large walk-in closets, master bath with whirlpool tub, guest wing plus independent housekeeping/caretaker quarters, office area for two with private entrance, salt water pool with waterfall and hot tub, lava rock walls, Monier slate tile roof with waterproofing membrane, Mahogany fascias, doors and soffits, including exterior Mahogany lattice trim, travertine tile, LED lights, central AC, drip irrigation system and an impressive display of photovoltaic panels (solar electric system is 10 KW, the excess power is pushed back into the grid and sometimes produces a credit). Architectural plans available.