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Beautiful Puako Beachfront Cottage on the Kohala Coast

The sandy beach is just one of many special features of my listing at “32” Puako. Here are three reasons you would never be sorry you bought it and made it part of your Hawaii life!

3 Reasons to Buy This Oceanfront Property on the Kohala Coast

1. Location Within the Community is Cream of the Crop!

  • The ocean is just outside the doorstep of this quaint cottage! Vivid blue sea, swaying palms, tropical fragrances – Can you hear the sound of the waves lapping on the shore?
  • “32” Puako boasts one of the best, widest, and sandiest beaches of the community!
  • Views! Unlike some Puako properties with restricted views due to orientation, “32” Puako has ALL the views; pristine coastline, huge Maui views, and best of all – year round sunsets!
  • “32” Puako lies midway between the access points to the beach, maximizing the privacy of your very own oceanfront paradise
  • The lot size is about 10% larger than the typical parcel in Puako. A new owner could modify the generous space to create more privacy for the cottage as it is, or plan your dream estate!

Another example of a beach in Puako

Watch the sunset and unwind on your own back lanai (patio)!

2. Location: Puako

Puako is Hawaii’s best kept secret!!! It is on the ocean and one of the most charming communities in Hawaii due to:

  • It’s a dead end road; a one way in – one way out community along an amazing coastline of sandy coves and reef
  • Puako is private and off the beaten path. If you want your affairs to be confidential, you can keep it that way
  • Not a resort, which means you can build what you want, per the county code, with access to county water and a county road. Plus, no resort fees!
  • Puako is an ocean-lovers paradise; watch whales and turtles, surf, paddle, snorkel, dive, put your boat in at the Puako boat ramp, walk or ride your bike to church or the “ma and pa” market, or it’s just a walk or bike ride just beyond the Puako road to enjoy lunch or Happy Hour at the neighboring resorts.

3. Location: Kohala Coast

Puako is nestled between the resorts and white sandy beaches of the Kohala Coast; one of the most desirable places in the Hawaiian Island chain due to:

  • 99% Sunny – The average annual rainfall is 10-12 inches. If you want sun, you’re almost guaranteed to find it on the Kohala Coast over any other spot in Hawaii!
  • Beaches! Kohala Coast has the nicest white sandy beaches on the island (and a few hidden black beaches, too). Wai’alea Bay, (a.k.a. 69’s), Kauna’oa Beach at Mauna Kea and of course, Hapuna Beach, which is regularly voted as one of the prettiest beaches in the world are just a few!
  • Three luxurious resorts with all the amenities like golf, shopping, fine restaurants, spas, and plenty of activities like yoga/exercise classes, swimming with the dolphins, whale watching tours and water sports.

As the famous real estate saying goes, it’s all about “Location, Location, Location!” So, that is why these three reasons show that you can’t go wrong finding your Hawaii Life at “32” Puako!

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June 22, 2012

Love the scale of the place. More outside than in. With that Puako Climate thats the way to live. Love the video with the swaying palms frond shadows in the white sand.

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June 22, 2012

Love the scale of the place. More outside than in. With that Puako Climate thats the way to live. Love the video with the swaying palms frond shadows in the white sand.

Margaret Reynolds

June 24, 2012

It seems like it is always sunny in Puako!

Katie Minkus, R(BIC)

June 25, 2012

Margaret – it is almost always sunny in Puako! I believe we get 9-12 inches of rain per year! Only one of the many reasons I LOVE living here!!!

Margaret Reynolds

June 24, 2012

It seems like it is always sunny in Puako!

Katie Minkus, R(BIC)

June 25, 2012

Margaret – it is almost always sunny in Puako! I believe we get 9-12 inches of rain per year! Only one of the many reasons I LOVE living here!!!

Katie Minkus, R(BIC)

June 25, 2012

Aloha Annie. What a great contrast between the two properties – the nicer beach offers the lower price! Gotta love that!!!

Katie Minkus, R(BIC)

June 25, 2012

Aloha Annie. What a great contrast between the two properties – the nicer beach offers the lower price! Gotta love that!!!

Annie Mendoza, (RS)

June 25, 2012

Mahalo, Erik! You are so right! Others have also said the appeal is the outdoor space in the awesome Puako climate. I mean…isn’t that what we all want when we’re in Hawaii? To be right on the ocean, but even better to have your cozy cottage right there to lounge in the shade of the lanai. Lucky we live Hawaii…

Annie Mendoza, (RS)

June 25, 2012

Mahalo, Erik! You are so right! Others have also said the appeal is the outdoor space in the awesome Puako climate. I mean…isn’t that what we all want when we’re in Hawaii? To be right on the ocean, but even better to have your cozy cottage right there to lounge in the shade of the lanai. Lucky we live Hawaii…

Annie Mendoza, (RS)

June 25, 2012

@ Erik… BTW…which Puako property would you buy if you could choose any?

erik

June 26, 2012

32 Puako no question. Its all about simplicity and Old Hawaii.

Annie Mendoza, (RS)

June 25, 2012

@ Erik… BTW…which Puako property would you buy if you could choose any?

erik

June 26, 2012

32 Puako no question. Its all about simplicity and Old Hawaii.

Annie Mendoza, (RS)

June 25, 2012

@ Katie! You’re so lucky to live in Puako!! When people ask where I would live on the Big Island if I had my wish, it would be Puako. But I vascillate to Mauna Kea Resort, too, because of the tennis courts! LOL

Annie Mendoza, (RS)

June 25, 2012

@ Katie! You’re so lucky to live in Puako!! When people ask where I would live on the Big Island if I had my wish, it would be Puako. But I vascillate to Mauna Kea Resort, too, because of the tennis courts! LOL

Karen Ferrara, MBA R(S)

June 26, 2012

Annie – this is such a fabulous location and oh so rare to find BEACHFRONT property on the Kohala Coast of the Big Island! Especially PRIME white sandy BEACHFRONT ! This home is a super cute piece of Old Hawaii with room to grow – a very Rare and endangered species in magical Puako!

Karen Ferrara, MBA R(S)

June 26, 2012

Annie – this is such a fabulous location and oh so rare to find BEACHFRONT property on the Kohala Coast of the Big Island! Especially PRIME white sandy BEACHFRONT ! This home is a super cute piece of Old Hawaii with room to grow – a very Rare and endangered species in magical Puako!

Annie Mendoza, RS

July 1, 2012

@ Karen! So true that this is prime and a rare and endangered species. This home has gained a lot of attention. Some who have seen it said they wouldn’t change it. Some said the “location” is what they want and they would want a newer structure, (not necessarily huge, though).That’s not a problem! There are so many talented architects who understand Puako and who could maintain the “old Hawaii Charm” that is so appealing. Don’t you think?

Annie Mendoza, RS

July 1, 2012

@ Karen! So true that this is prime and a rare and endangered species. This home has gained a lot of attention. Some who have seen it said they wouldn’t change it. Some said the “location” is what they want and they would want a newer structure, (not necessarily huge, though).That’s not a problem! There are so many talented architects who understand Puako and who could maintain the “old Hawaii Charm” that is so appealing. Don’t you think?

Annie Mendoza, RS

July 4, 2012

Ahhh…in Puako now. No place like it!!!

Annie Mendoza, RS

July 4, 2012

Ahhh…in Puako now. No place like it!!!

Annie Mendoza, (RS)

July 6, 2012

@Katie! You often get to spend your precious down time on a beach in Puako…right? so you definitely know the nice beaches in Puako!

Katie Minkus, R(BIC)

July 7, 2012

@Annie – lol. It helps that I live here! But yes, and there are some that are so precious I won’t tell anyone about them!!

Annie Mendoza, (RS)

July 6, 2012

@Katie! You often get to spend your precious down time on a beach in Puako…right? so you definitely know the nice beaches in Puako!

Katie Minkus, R(BIC)

July 7, 2012

@Annie – lol. It helps that I live here! But yes, and there are some that are so precious I won’t tell anyone about them!!

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