Mark Zuckerberg to Build on Large North Shore Estate

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Pacific Business News reports that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has submitted a “farm-dwelling agreement” to the County of Kauai with the intention of building a house on his massive estate on the North Shore.  Back in 2015, Zuckerberg paid more than $200 million in total for hundreds of acres of land in the Waipake/Kilauea Farms area of the North Shore, including $135.5 million paid for the 737-acre beachfront estate called the “Kahuaina Plantation.”  There is currently no timetable for how long it will be until the home is constructed, but plans are in progress.

Zuckerberg has also recently made headlines due to the 6-foot-high rock wall he is constructing around the border of his property fronting the road.  Although the wall is deemed legal, and is a relatively common way for property owners to create sound barriers to reduce road noise, many people in the area have taken offense to it’s construction, stating that they do not feel the wall is “neighborly,” and in some cases it is restricting the ocean views from nearby properties.

 

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Having worked as a licensed Real Estate Broker in 3 states (HI, CA & IL), with $6.7 Billion in real estate sold, leased, advised upon and/or formally valued for clients, and with the experience of more than 150 completed transactions involving luxury residential, vacant land, retail, office and industrial property types, I bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the real estate advisory and sales services I provide to my clients here on Kauai. I hold myself to the highest ethical standards and always place my clients’ interests above my own. With an unwavering and unsurpassed work ethic, I work to advance the objectives of my clients with integrity and in a manner that fosters a sense of trust and respect.