Private, detached, gorgeous, newly built, fully equipped, one bedroom guest house ready and waiting to be booked by you! Superb location! Short walk to beautiful parks and beaches and minutes drive to historic Haleiwa Town.This incredible, newly constructed modern home is located on our property in a quiet Haleiwa beach community. Absolutely perfect for a vacationing couple, business traveler, or Island adventurer.A private entrance welcomes our guests into a gorgeous open-concept living room/kitchen area, large bedroom with queen sized bed and spacious closet, and an immaculate bathroom with over-sized enclosed shower. A private, covered lanai offers an amazing space to relax with your morning coffee and view a spectacular Hawaiian sunset with a glass of wine after a busy (or relaxing) day in paradise.If you’re so inclined to cook a meal, our modern kitchen includes all the essentials (and lots of extras): full size stove/oven, full sized refrigerator, microwave, and dishwasher as well as coffee maker, toaster, and blender. The “in-house” washing machine/dryer and iron/ironing board will only help to make your stay easy and carefree. Our beautiful, over-sized enclosed shower as well as our comfy bath towels, supply of shampoo/conditioner/body wash and hair dryer will make you feel right at home.And while the ceiling fans and tropical breezes are usually enough to keep you comfortably cool, the spacious air conditioned master bedroom with a great queen sized bed will certainly help you sleep like a baby!Our comfortable furnishings, essential amenities, and Island decor will make your stay at the Wave House a memorable one.Guests are welcomed to enjoy the use of the beach chairs, beach towels, and small cooler on day trips. And when you’re not “out and about” cable TV and WiFi are just another part of the perfect paradise package.My family, which includes myself, my wife, our two kids, and a very friendly dog (who is in a separate gated area during the day and in our house at night), live on this property.We look forward to welcoming great people to our guest house and sharing our love for this Island Paradise. Be advised: The private entrance to this rental is only accessible by climbing a staircase.Our guests can begin their North Shore adventure as soon as they walk out the door. If morning exercise is part of your routine, then head around the corner to Kaiaka Park and walk/jog/run among spectacular trees with incredible river, mountain, and ocean views. Stop along the way to watch the sea turtles and check out the tide pools. An awesome way to start your day! If a coastline walk is more your style, head down the block to our gorgeous neighborhood beach where, more likely than not, you’ll have the ocean to yourself. This leisurely walk might just bring you face to face with more than one majestic sea turtle. What a way to start your day!Since the North Shore is home to some of the most famous beaches and surf spots in the world, our guests are extremely lucky to be within walking distance of one of the best. Just a short walk from the house, explore famous Ali’i Beach, home of the first event in the Van’s Triple Crown of from November thru December. Go! Rent a board! Surf where the Pro’s surf!But if surfing isn’t quite up your alley, you can always try kayaking, jet skiing, stand-up paddle boarding, snorkeling, diving, sailing, kite surfing, whale watching (in season) OR horseback riding, hiking, sky diving, shark cage diving, zip lining, ATVing, OR just picnic and sun bathe!Historic, picturesque Haleiwa Town is home to brightly colored boutiques, galleries, surf shops, restaurants, and more recently, some of the best “food truck fare” anywhere! All this and a two minute drive from our guest house!Drive a little further “up the road” and be astounded by the pristine coastline. Visit beautiful Waimea Bay, hike Waimea Valley, swim under a spectacular waterfall, check out Sharks Cove, be mesmerized by the waves at Banzai Pipeline, and enjoy one of the most spectacular sunsets anywhere at famous Sunset Beach.If you decide to leave the intoxicating North Shore, it’s about an hour drive to the hustle and bustle of famous Waikiki.But before you go, make it a point to visit the Polynesian Cultural Center for a one of the best luau dinners and spectacular shows on the Island. And an afternoon at the Dole Plantation is a only for the mouth watering pineapple ice cream!“Slippahs” (aka flip-flops) are the preferred mode of local transportation. However, remember to bring sneakers or walking/hiking shoes. You’ll see many locals and tourists “getting around town” on bicycles, surf boards, paddle boards, boogie boards, canoes, and kayaks. Luckily, our guests can rent all of the above in Haleiwa ??The BUS, Oahu’s public transportation system, is actually a good way to get around the Island if you opt not to get a rental car.