Pat Benatar Sells Hawaiian Getaway for $3.1M



An aerial view of the clifftop estate.80’s rocker Pat Benatar has parted with her Maui estate just three months after listing it, reports Variety. Benatar and her husband, Neil “Spyder” Giraldo, bought the property in 2000 for $550K custom built the plantation-style residence that now sits on it. They originally sought $3.6M for the spread before lowering the price to $3.2M. Island Sotheby’s International Realty represented the listing.

This island hideaway sits on 1.1 lush acres in the coveted Pu’uiki area on Maui’s eastern coast and features the 2-bedroom, 3-bathroom main house along with a detached garage that includes a loft studio, which Benatar and Giraldo used as a recording studio and fitness room. A private deck on the garage and sprawling lanai off the back of the main house take in the ocean views.

Pat Benatar and her husband custom built the residence.

Walls of glass lead to the lanai.

The view of the ocean from the lanai in the evening.

The kitchen features updated granite countertops and appliances.

A corner of the home houses a tiki bar.

A stone-lined outdoor shower.

The deck off the studio overlooks the ocean.

A view of both structures.

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