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Hawaii's Most Expensive House Is a $70M Compound on Kauai's North Shore

Listed for $70 million, the most expensive property in Hawaii is a sprawling Kilauea estate situated atop a seaside bluff on the north side of the island of Kauai. The 15.33-acre property comes with one main house, two guest pavilions, and a caretaker’s ...

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