General Hospital's Ingo Rademacher Is Selling His $6.1 Million Home In Hawaii

Ingo Rademacher played Jax on the renowned daytime television drama "General Hospital" for 25 years, keeping his part until just last year, according to Variety. He was allegedly fired after attempting to be religiously exempt from ABCs COVID-19 vaccination mandate. He decided then to hire a lawyer and sue the network because he believed they were being discriminatory towards his religious beliefs. Now, a few months later — he is selling his Hawaiian home for $6.1 million, according to Realtor.

Apparently, a home like this on the market is a rarity. With an acre of land, the home has a beautiful view of the ocean. It's also a great spot to watch the colorful sunset. The property is located on Shark's Cove and has been noted to be a great location for divers and snorkelers. The area is full of life and adventure, as well as beautiful home decor features. So, let's take a look at a home centered in paradise.

The exterior

Outside the home is a large space of greenery to conduct various activities, according to Sotheby's International Realty. There's no reason to ever be bored — there's a bike path, awesome surfing locations, and food and surf shops just a short walk away. The Hawaiian home is also an eco-friendly home, as it has a 38-panel solar electric system and solar hot water system. On this property, there are also plenty of fruit trees providing avocados, mangos, lemons, coconuts, and soursop.

The property is gated and has a 140-foot rock wall with three entrances. There is the main house and a large compound that is also home to a 30-foot Airstream trailer. The compound also has a three-bedroom guesthouse with a simply designed lanai. There are also two studios that have separate entrances and office space. Not only is the ocean in view, but also graceful mountains that residents can see from a distance.

Light and airy

The design inside was kept light. The walls are all mostly painted white with complementary flooring that is a light brown color, according to Sotheby's International Realty. The living room and kitchen incorporated hints of a light blue color with throw pillows on the leather sectional and blue tile for the kitchen backsplash. The living room area also has quite a few large windows to allow ample natural light to flow in. There are also two ceiling fans to keep the area cool on those persistently hot days.

There is a kitchenette placed somewhere else in the house for convenience, with the same granite countertop and white cabinetry. Downstairs is another room for friends and family to hangout, with enough space for a pool table and other games to enjoy. The balusters for the staircase are designed with wood that give off a tropical vibe, and is complemented with a white railing.

A perfect place for rest

All the bedrooms have large windows to allow the bright light to enter. They're all designed with neutral colors of blue, white, and beige for a relaxing vibe, according to Sotheby's International Realty. With five bedrooms to choose from, they're all a great place to wind down and finish your day. One of the bedrooms has a patio door that steps out onto a wooden platform overlooking the tropical trees. Another room has a similar patio situation but is facing directly in front of the water.

The bathroom has an older, outdated look that may need some renovation. The vanity also has great potential once scrubbed and re-painted. The shower tile goes well with the vanity, but a simple update would be to change out the glass door for a more fresh look. Even adding a white, curved vessel sink could also add to the overall tropical and airy feel of the property.