Oceanfront Homesite Opportunity Along the Acclaimed Kona Coast

Oceanfront Homesite Opportunity Along the Acclaimed Kona Coast

As reported Wednesday by Pacific Business News, this unique homesite hit the market on Monday, February 4, 2019. The property is situated within Kaupulehu Community just north of the soon-to-be-restored, iconic Kona Village Resort and is known as one of the exclusive oceanfront luxury residential communities in the state.

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Kohanaiki: A Luxury Residential Community on the Big Island of Hawaii

Kohanaiki: A Luxury Residential Community on the Big Island of Hawaii

Kohanaiki is a gated, oceanfront community on the world-renowned Kona Coast and it’s the most recent luxury residential development to be constructed here. With an attractive new gated entrance with light signals for easy access from and into the community, newly emerging neighborhoods and recently completed world-class amenities, demand is strong for real estate opportunities.

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Luxurious Residence with Expansive Views in Keauhou Estates

Luxurious Residence with Expansive Views in Keauhou Estates

This beautiful home features ocean and coastline views, and luxurious details including African mahogany doors, window frames, and accents throughout, as well as polished marble tile floors and vaulted 20-foot ceilings in the great room. It also boasts more than the 3,300 square feet of interior space on a single level and is the perfect home for entertaining family and friends.

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Celebrating Hawaii Grown Cacao at the Big Island Chocolate Festival

Celebrating Hawaii Grown Cacao at the Big Island Chocolate Festival

Hawaii Island is well known for its diverse climate zones, terrain and, of course, the warm aloha shared throughout the islands. Perhaps a bit lesser known is the fact that the state of Hawaii produces the only commercially grown vanilla, cinnamon, coffee — and yes, cacao — in the nation!

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Music and Light Festival Kick Starts the Season

Music and Light Festival Kick Starts the Season

The annual Festival of Lights in upcountry Holualoa – just three miles up Mt. Hualalai from busy Kailua-Kona, but light years away in “old Hawai‘i” – is set for Saturday, December 2, 2017 from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm and signals the start of the holiday season here on Hawai‘i Island.

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