Director Richard Donner Selling $22M Architectural Delight in Maui

Here's a meet-cute movie pitch: Gorgeous Hawaiian home falls for new owner. Art may imitate life with a successful sale of producer-director Richard Donner's $22 million retreat in Maui.

The director of "Superman," "The Goonies," and "Lethal Weapon" is looking to shuffle his real estate portfolio.

Built in 2004, his Maui residence is a stunning yet simple beachfront hideaway. The island retreat was custom-built for Donner and his wife, Lauren Shuler Donner, and featured in Architectural Digest in 2008. Meghan Clair is the listing agent.

Designed by architect Thomas A. Kligerman of the Ike Kligerman Barkley firm, the home has two bedrooms, four bathrooms, a media room, a sunroom, and a great room, all totaling 4,500 square feet. With a wall of glass doors, the vaulted living spaces flow to the outdoor deck.There's also a separate guesthouse, office, and gym.

The classic Hawaiian style blends in with the tropical landscape surrounding the home, as well as its location fronting popular Keawakapu Beach. You can gaze at the water from a hammock, or enjoy the ocean breeze from the shade of a covered deck.

With this amazing Hawaiian house, we predict a very happy ending.