Portland, OR, December 25, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- President-elect Barack Obama and his family have chosen to spend Christmas week this year at the newly built Plantation and Balinese companion estate homes at Paradise Point Estates (www.paradisepointestates.com) at Kailua Bay. Conveniently located between an inland waterway and the Pacific Ocean, these rare and luxurious Presidential Estates come fully appointed with custom finishes and furnishings from around the world. The waterfront homes are situated along the secluded, silky white sands of Kailua beach, now recognized as the number one presidential vacation destination and one of the best beaches in the world.
Both homes were completed by Mercury Development, a division of Portland Fixture L.P. David Zimel, President, reports that the homes are located within the upscale gated beachfront community of Castle Point offering spectacular views of Kailua Bay, the Koolau’s and sun and moon rises. The homes will be on the market and available for purchase in early January, 2009. The Plantation estate home will be priced under $11,000,000 and is presented on a magnificently landscaped 27,130 square foot lot, offering 5 bedrooms; 5 and one-half baths. The neighboring Balinese home will be offered at just under $9,000,000 and is beautifully situated on a 24,200 square foot lot offering four bedrooms, 4 full baths and two one-half baths.
Paradise Point Estates at Kailua Bay is renowned historically as the birthplace of the Hawaiian people and the gathering place of ancient kings. Today the gated beachfront homes at Paradise Point Estates at Kailua Bay offer the ultimate in island living and provide the utmost in security and privacy. For more information log on to the Paradise Point Estates web site at http://www.paradisepointestates.com or call David Zimel at (503) 702-6565.
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