Australian landscape photographer Peter Lik is selling his beautiful Maui mansion for $19.8 million, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The roughly 4,000-square-foot, three-bedroom, 3½-bath home is made up of three connected huts built with rammed-earth walls. Hydraulic lifts open glass panels to create an indoor-outdoor living space.
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The house sits on a 6½-acre parcel in the Kapalua Resort, in west Maui, overlooking Mokuleia Bay and Honolua Bay, a surfing spot.
Mr. Lik bought the property from Bill Nguyen, a tech-industry entrepreneur, for $9.7 million in 2013. He spent about $3 million to update the home, which was originally designed by Tom Kundig of Olson Kundig Architects.
The one-year renovation included about 20,000 square feet of cedar wood for the ceilings, installing sliding cedar walls that further opened up the space and a new sound system according to PropGOluxury.
Several of Lik’s works are included in the home’s price. His office estimates the value of the photos at about $70,000.
In 2014, Mr. Lik sold a photograph for $6.5 million. Called “Phantom,” the photo depicted a ghostly figure in Arizona’s Antelope Canyon.