Neil Young's Big Island Estate Is A Hawaiian Paradise

We'll take it.

Singer-songwriter Neil Young is selling his Wai'alea Bay Estate on the Big Island and boy, is it beautiful.

And for only $24.5 million, you can buy his three-acre slice of Hawaiian paradise and just a little bit of musical history.

The property consists of a Hawai'i-style beach house from the 1920s, with five bedrooms, four bathrooms, two guest cottages, two greenhouses and a pool.

The secluded estate also sits on its own peninsula, so you have the house -- and the surrounding acreage -- all to yourself. Aloha, privacy!

In addition to the three acres Wai'alea Bay comes with, new owners also have the added luxury of 830 feet of ocean real estate. With room for plenty of surfing, snorkeling and fishing, you'll never want to leave this perfect property.

H/T NY Post

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