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Surrounded by 2.5 acres of tropical landscaping, this estate is a lush oasis set in one of North Kona’s most exquisite and private gated community, Estates at Holualoa. In addition to the attractive decorative gardens, the property includes an orchard filled with mango, tangerine, orange, fig, and avocado trees.

Estates at Holualoa (MLS# 606930) | $1.399 Million | 3BR, 3.5BA | 3,464 SF | 2.7 Acres

Located on the slopes of Mt. Hualalai, the home sits at an ideal elevation for cool mornings and evenings, and is situated to catch gentle trades during the day. Nearly every room and the spacious lanai enjoy panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, the Kona coastline, and year round sunsets.

The welcoming front entry features double doors with exquisitely etched-glass panels. Vaulted ceilings and many large windows bring natural sunlight inside throughout the day. The free-flowing entry level encompasses the great room, sleek gourmet kitchen with black slab granite, and the master suite. A media room and the two guest bedrooms are located on the lower level ensuring privacy for you and your guests.

Clean lines, white cabinetry, and luxurious marble flooring are among the home’s many unique design highlights, along with an office with private lanai that’s deliberately set apart from the living areas for a quiet work space.

Master bedroom, above, master bath, below

More Information

For more information on this Estates at Holualoa home or additional Hawaii Island real estate opportunities, please contact Carrie Nicholson, R (B), BIC, Director of HL1-Big Island, (808) 896-9749 or carrie@HL1.com.

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Cecil Rhambo

May 21, 2017

Its a beautiful property and one gets a lot for the money compared to the other Islands.

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