Rare Opportunity for Expansive Oceanfront Estate Site on Hawaii’s Kona Coast
$35 million | 3.64 Acre Estate Lot | Lot 1: 1.37 acres; Lot 2: 2.27 acres | MLS# 624507 and 624508
This unique and extremely private property is situated within the Ka‘upulehu Community just north of the Four Seasons Hualalai Resort and the soon-to-be-re-opened Kona Village Resort on Hawaii Island. Kaupulehu Development is known as one of – if not the – most ultra-exclusive oceanfront luxury residential communities in the state.
The 2 contiguous lots are situated close to the Ka’upulehu Beach Club with its double-tier swimming pool, dining lanai, bar, and large event lawn. The property represents 2 of just 20 oceanfront residential sites within the first phase of the Ka’upulehu development. The estate site also is located next to the two “super lots” that sold for $20 million and $21.5 million each in 2016.
Los Angeles-based architect Paul McClean of McClean Design Inc. has prepared contemporary design plans that have been approved and are included with the purchase. The plans detail a 9-bedroom main residence, garage, two-story structure, site walls, swimming pool, and water features. The interior space encompasses 18,590 sq. ft. and a total of 29,235 sq. ft. under roof, including covered outdoor living spaces on the many spacious lanais – perfect for enjoying our idyllic year-round weather.
The level site, perched peacefully above the Pacific Ocean, is fully graded and ready to build with all utilities pulled right to the frontage of the property. This is truly what promises to be a legacy estate that someone will want to build on and hold on to forever!
Membership in Kuki‘o Golf and Beach Club – with its exquisite dining venues and world class amenities, including a full service clubhouse, spa and ﬁtness facility, beach bar, 10-hole Tom Fazio-designed Short Course, and Outdoor Pursuits Ocean Sports Program – is available with the purchase of this property. Membership also includes privileges at Kuki‘o’s 18-hole Tom Fazio-designed golf course and mauka (toward the mountains) clubhouse.