Mid-century modern architecture meets island living in the Honolulu A-Frame House. Built in 1956, the home was designed by architect George J. Wimberly, who is also known for the Sheraton Waikiki and the Coco Palms Resort. The classic pitched roof creates a spacious main living room while panels of glass flood the room with natural light and views of the Pacific Ocean. Fitted with a mix of white-washed timber and local materials like lava rock, the interior gives off casual, beach vibes. Accessed by sliding doors, the space opens to a 40-foot tiled pool featuring a Halekulani-inspired design. Above are three bedrooms, including the master suite with a marble bathroom. To top it off, the home comes with 55 feet of pristine ocean frontage.
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