Inside Justin Bieber’s Hawaii holiday rental home, up for auction: the singer paid US$10,000 a night to stay at Waterfalling Estate, which also hosted the Love Island and Ex on the Beach cast
So what does the spacious oceanfront abode look like?
A celebrity favourite
Also a favourite for tropical reality television, Waterfalling Estate was chosen as the filming location for both Love Island and Ex on the Beach. The home was even selected as a finalist for HGTV’s Ultimate House Hunt.
The private waterfall and ocean views
Located a few km north of Hilo on 3.23 hectares, overlooking where the jungle meets the ocean and the Hamakua coastline, the home has five bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and two third-floor master suites with lanai.
The main living area, which includes a chef’s kitchen and massive dining area, has spectacular waterfall and ocean views from its patio.
On the aquatic level are two guest suites, a game room, media area, two whirlpools, a sauna, shower, an outdoor kitchen and dining area.
There is a four-car garage, a helipad and 0.55 hectare parcel that’s part of the property.
Adventurous activities and amazing sunsets
Other fun activities include visiting the Volcano National Park, whale watching, jungle jaunts, farmer’s markets, world-class fishing and unforgettable sunsets.
Currently listed for US$10 million, the property will be going to auction August 15 with a US$6 million reserve, per Hawaii Life’s listing.
- The Baby singer splashed US$10,000 a night to stay at the lavish Hawaii home; now it’s going up for auction on August 15 at US$10 million, with a US$6 million reserve
- It’s hosted reality TV stars for Love Island and Ex on the Beach, and is loved for its Olympic-sized pool, waterfall, ocean views, waterslide and golf course