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Hanalei Bay Beachfront Home for Sale

Hanalei Bay ranked number one in the nation’s top beaches, is bordered by a row of homes and a few lucky homeowners. Recent sales range from $3.6 to $10.5 million, making Hanalei one of the most sought after addresses in Hawaii.  We’re pleased to offer the least expensive home in the most expensive neighborhood on Kauai for sale at $2,500,000:  the Hanalei Bay Beachfront Cottage.

With Hanalei in such high demand for vacationers, this home is a very successful (and legal) vacation rental year after year. This 2 bedroom / 2 bathroom beachfront cottage on 7,500 square feet of land has Bamboo floors, Koa wood kitchen counters, tasteful interior furnishings, covered lanai, and high ceilings. We’re excited to offer such a solid investment property and the opportunity for a new owner to enjoy the magic of world-famous Hanalei bay.

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Amos Carvallo

June 3, 2010

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June 3, 2010

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