William Jahnke’s Hualalai Luxury Home Bought for $25 Million
Recently it was announced that former head of Wells Fargo Investment Advisors, William Jahnke, sold his nearly two-acre housing compound on the Big Island for $25 million. The property consists of two adjacent parcels, and is located within the ultra-luxurious Four Seasons Resort Hualalai. Although it was originally listed for $33 million and was thought to be the most expensive real estate listing in the Big Island’s history, Robert Triantos purchased it for $8 million less than the asking price according to Biz Journals.
Triantos is administrative partner at Carlsmith Ball LLP, a law firm based in Honolulu; Triantos is a partner at the firm’s Kona office. The Hualalai luxury home comprises more than 10,000 square feet and includes media and game rooms, eight bedrooms, a home office, gazebo, nine baths, an infinity-edge pool and Jacuzzi and other luxury features; it is also located near the Four Seasons Resort golf course.
Buyers of luxury properties at the Hualalai resort typically come from Colorado, New York, the West Coast, and Japan. The resort is home to about 325 residences, with the average home price in 2014 estimated at $9.7 million.
Mauna Kea Realty currently has several listings in Hualalai, including a luxury property located on Pakui St. offering more than 3,600 sq. feet of living space, five bedrooms, great room with gorgeous Brazilian Koa-tiger wood floors, open chef’s kitchen, and much more. Located on the 9th fairway of the Nicklaus course, homeowners will enjoy panoramic views of the fairway, ocean, mountains, and more.
Those who want to learn more about this gated luxury community or any of the properties we have listed at the Hualalai Resort should contact Mauna Kea Realty today! We have luxury homes available for every budget and need.