This glasshouse is bathed in sunshine, but don’t expect to bathe indoors.
Located in Pāhoa on the Big Island, next to Hawaii’s Volcanoes National Park, a modern architectural and futuristic haven pegged as the “Pyramid Home” has hit the market for only $120,000.
Made of double-glazed glass walls, the interior studio spans 356 square feet, with panoramic nature views and light that shines through every side.
Features of the Pyramid Home include a solar panel system to provide off-grid power and a covered sitting and BBQ space, according to the listing.
But as for the bathrooms, that’s just the great outdoors.
Rather than a traditional bath, the property offers an outside rock enclosure for the sink/toilet/bath area.
The small getaway escape space has gone full green and lights up via LED, with the internet coming through a Hawaiian Telcom.
“Neighbors have small farmettes and grow bananas, citrus, bamboo, tea (Camellia sinensis) and a variety of garden veggies,” the listing states.
Newly built in 2019, the glasshouse is tucked in the Royal Hawaiian Estates neighborhood. The community offers a side of Hawaii worlds apart from the tourist-heavy destinations of Waikiki or Lahaina, according to Realtor.com.
The pyramid sits on a quarter-acre lot, which means the owner has plenty of space to build a larger home, and perhaps use the glass structure as a guest house.
JJ Jasinski of Keller Williams Realty Maui-Ka is handling the listing.