A 'Polynesian Village': TV Producer Steven Bochco Is Selling Massive $23M Hawaiian Estate

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    bochco HI feature

  • A path to one room, this one more private.

    A path to one room, this one more private.

  • Beautiful views on this Hawaii real estate.

    Beautiful views on this Hawaii real estate.

Steven Bochco, creator of classic TV dramas including "Doogie Howser, M.D." and "NYPD Blue," is selling off another parcel of multimillion-dollar real estate. This time it's for $23 million in Kamuela, HI.

This Hawaiian home is quite different from the $5 million Mid-Century Modern classic in Encino, CA, which Bochco listed a couple of months ago. In fact, calling it a "home" is a disservice -- it's a collection of separate rooms and pavilions spread over 1.62 acres.

As Bochco told Architectural Digest, he and his wife chose a "Polynesian village sort of arrangement, with separate dedicated structures." Built in 2003, each structure has its own purpose -- exercise room, media room, and dining room -- all framed by the property's pool. To get to the master bedroom, you cross a bridge, while stone pathways can be used to access other pavilions.

Many pavilion rooms feature retractable wooden doors that span a wall, offering a sweeping view of the lush surroundings.

The home is located within "The Bluffs" at Mauna Kea Resort, which also offers luxury rentals.