Feast your eyes on Maui’s Slaughterhouse Beach House. Not your typical name when you think of an island paradise right? The name comes from the Honolua Ranch slaughterhouse from the 1960s. Since then, the slaughterhouse that was conveniently located above the cliff’s edge, was torn down but the name has stuck around.
Story By: David Sim
Images By: Sotheby’s International Realty
Overlooking the beautiful blue waters of Hon0lua Bay and Mokule’ia Bay, is an architectural wonder from Olson Kundig Architects and renowned master photographer, Peter Lik, whose artistic eye for beauty and architectural structure come alive in this 6.5-acre cliffside masterpiece. A traditional surf hut is divided into three separate areas which are all connected and include: a Main Living Area with media room, a Guest Wing and a Master Suite with a den.
The natural beauty of the West Maui cliffside and the artistic punches from the design team, make this ocean residence a getaway that are a visual tease. The poolside area allows for sunset views along palm trees and green landscaping.
With the Slaughterhouse Beach House, island getaways and relaxation never looked so inviting. Details at www.islandsothebysrealty.com