Truly one of the most beautiful properties ever offered in Diamond Beach. Built new in 2015, this custom home has almost $200,000 in custom upgrades and furnishings. The owners used an Ohana-inspired color palate from the islands of Hawaii. Soft and muted tans, whites and off-whites along with dramatic pops of subtle color. Rarely does a home of this caliber hit the local market. The Living Room features a stone fireplace, media wall with hidden controls, a custom staircase railing and newels and a Castle Comb distressed hardwood wall in the dining room and hall. The gourmet kitchen offers custom cabinetry, rare granite selections, custom lighting and high-end restaurant quality Samsung appliances including a convection slide-in oven and a waterfall dishwasher. Dramatic decorative under counter and interior cabinet lighting complete the design. The powder room alone is a work of art with a custom stone wall, designer vanity with granite top, bronze sink and faucet, and a Toto comfort-height toilet. The upper halls and bedrooms offer the softest Shaw Stainmaster Linen Weave carpets. The master and main guest bedrooms feature plantation shutters with additional motorized blackout blinds for a complete and restful nights sleep. The master bath reminds you of the Four Seasons Maui with its custom vanity, rectangular sinks, and Echowood Porcelain tile floor and walls. Custom closets are offered in all bedrooms. An upper floor laundry with Samsung washer and dryer are conveniently located outside the master. The $60,000 rear-yard cabana retreat feature bluestone pavers, a large sectional sofa with matching chair and ottoman, cast iron and stainless steel grill, dwarf Japanese Threaded Maple, apple trees and decorative grasses and dramatic exterior lighting and outdoor rock speakers. Located just over 2 blocks to the beach and the new Icona Resort Hotel with its charming beach bar. Also, just a 15 minute drive to the history and charm of Cape May with its endless dining and entertainment options. The home is full of designer quality furniture and artwork that could be featured in an Island Living magazine. Mahalo and Aloha Nui Loa!