The Kilauea Plantation Manager's Estate. Originally built by L.D Larsen, manager of the Kilauea Plantation from 1919 to 1930, has a completely restored, 6,306 sq. ft. main residence. The stately residence offers a sprawling 2 story floor plan, with 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, an office, huge gourmet kitchen, formal dining room, grand room, and impressive entry. This gated estate offers over 13 acres of private manicured grounds, including 6 ponds with waterfalls, and is surrounded by the Kilauea River.
Some of the special and unique features of the estate include beautifully restored ohia and douglas fir floors, 2 lava rock fireplaces, 2 porte cochere, covered patios that run the entire length of the house on both sides, and a large upstairs lanai which capitalizes on the gorgeous views of the property. In addition, there is a carriage house, work shop, 3 garage bays, and a Artisian well.
Huge amazing lava rocks were used to build this historical home. Some of the original stone buildings in Kilauea town were also built by L.D. Larsen. Step back in time to experience the same palatial estate that Queen Lili'uokalani once graced in the early 1900's.