Welcome to the old Oahu world of John Walker. A Scotsman who made his way to Hawaii as a young man in the 1870s, he become the contractor of choice for Queen Liliuokalani. Walker erected such notable buildings as the Bishop Museum and Honolulu Hale, or City Hall. John Walker’s inviting and innovative presence is felt in the structure of this Beach House, his favorite hideaway on Lanikai Beach.
The Main House at this seaside property features three bedrooms, a kitchen and a large great room with spacious accommodations for large gatherings. Steps away are the soft white sands of Lanikai Beach with access to the water right from the front lawn of Walker’s Beach House. With a separate entry, the Guest Cottage located off the courtyard features a queen room and a small parlor with kitchenette, sleeping up to four. Another private entry boathouse sits above the garage, complete with its own living room, kitchen, bathroom and lanai. The boathouse also has a loft area with double bed that maybe used for young children, sleeping up to four.