Big Island

Building is Booming at Kohala Waterfront

Building is booming in the gated community of Kohala Waterfront on the Big Island’s Kohala Coast. This sunny oceanfront enclave on the west side is seeing a flurry of construction. And why not? It offers gorgeous ocean, coastline, and 5 volcano views.


One of the 5 homes under construction with views of Mauna Loa, Hualalai, and the Pacific Ocean

This is a perfect location for whale watching from your lanai. At the end of each day, relax and watch the sun set into the water. Many residents as well as visitors will stop their cars while traveling along this coastal road to appreciate the majesty.


You will frequently see whales breaching and dive boats exploring the underwater beauty of Kohala

Convenient Location

At Kohala Waterfront, you are minutes from several of the best beaches on Hawaii Island as well as the renown resorts of Mauna Kea, Mauna Lani, and Waikoloa Beach Resorts. It is just 15 minutes to historic Hawi town, and on to Pololulu Valley with a black sand beach. Equally close is Waimea town with restaurants, shopping, farmers’ markets, green valleys, and snow-capped mountains.


Mauna Kea with a touch of snow is the backdrop of the Kohala Coast

By the Numbers

This little gem of a development has 50 home sites, 15 of which are built out, and 5 now in progress. Home prices range from just over $1M to $5M. Currently, there are only 9 lots available. They list from $499,900 to $1,425,000.


Oceanfront Luxury Home at Kohala Waterfront (MLS# 600722)

Want to Know More?

If you have any questions about Kohala Waterfront, please contact me. If you are interested in other waterfront communities on the Kohala Coast, stay tuned.


Welcome to the oceanfront community of Kohala Waterfront

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