The Real Deal New York

Massive waterfall estate in Hawaii faces no-reserve auction

The cliff-side compound had been asking $26.5 million
March 01, 2014 10:00AM

 More than your typical mansion boasting a naturally occurring waterfall and helipad, Water Falling, a massive compound in Ninole, Hawaii, is set to face the auctioneer’s gavel.

Nestled on the edge of a cliff, the 8,100-square-foot manse is asking $26.5 million, but will go up for auction on March 22 without a reserve, according to Curbed. The home itself is a four-story reinforced concrete bunker overflowing with amenities such as a glass elevator, a golf course, an elevated basketball stadium, an Olympic-size pool, a waterslide and a high-dive platform.

The home sits on a 9.44-acre former macadamia nut plantation and is listed by Hawaii-based Hilo Brokers. [Curbed] – Christopher Cameron