Real Estate

Hawaii Home Rented By Justin Bieber At $10,000 A Night Is Going Up For Auction

A vacation home that Justin Bieber rented for two weeks in 2015 at $10,000 per night for his entourage is headed to the auction block August 15 with a $5.99 million reserve, meaning the minimum price the seller is willing to accept for the home.

Currently listed for $9.95 million, the property is one of Hawaii’s most photographed homes and an escape for the rich and famous with postcard views of a 240-foot natural waterfall, a sports stadium with seating for 450 people, a nine-tee golf course, aquatic center and two-story water slide.

With a secluded location on the Big Island’s northeastern shore, Waterfalling Estate made gossip magazine headlines in 2016 when Bieber rented the home for two weeks at $10,000 per night for his entourage, according to TopTenRealEstateDeals.com.

Also a favorite for tropical reality TV, Waterfalling Estate was chosen as the film location for Love Island and Ex on the Beach and a finalist for HGTV’s Ultimate House Hunt.

A few miles north of Hilo, on the Big Island of Hawaii, the property is on 8 acres overlooking where the jungle meets the ocean and the Hamakua coast. The home has five bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and two third-floor lanai suites.

The main living area, including a chef’s kitchen and dining room has spectacular waterfall and ocean views. On the aquatic level are two guest suites, a game room, media area, two whirlpools, a sauna, shower, outdoor kitchen and dining area. There is also a one-bedroom guest house, outdoor bar, four-car garage and helipad.

The Big Island offers numerous activities, including concerts, whale watching, jungle jaunts, farmer’s markets, cultural shows, luaus, and shopping and dinner shows for tourists taking a break from the numerous historic sites. Even more adventure awaits in a 50-minute flight to Honolulu.

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