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Hualalai Resort Estate Reduced Price, Increased Privacy

There’s an element to the resort properties at the Four Seasons Hualalai that many people don’t notice – or care about – but has always bothered me. Privacy. This morning I was reminded again while showing Hale Ku Mana what an incredibly private setting this unique luxury estate offers – and now at a reduced price.

Hale Ku Mana is surrounded on three sides by the Hualalai Resort’s private residents’ golf course. 

Most estate homes at the Four Seasons Hualalai Resort have neighbors, typically two other big estate properties that are built out to zero lot capacity. Not Hale Ku Mana. The only neighboring property? It’s a permanent garden, owned by the neighbor on the other side. Talk about privacy! At the end of the street, Hale Ku Mana literally has no immediate neighbors. Look at the photo above – everything you see is Hale Ku Mana. Perfect for those of you who value privacy.

 

Want to change the color of the pool? At a New Reduced Price – $13.5M – you can!

Price Reduction Means You Get More For Your Money

The price of this estate home has recently been reduced to $13.5M. A price reduction of $3M gives you some “play money” for renovations. Think I’m kidding? I’ve yet to show this – or any other high end property – and not have a buyer talk about the renovations they would make. Sometimes it’s a completely new kitchen or moving the pool location. Sometimes it’s as simple as all new furniture. Never is it “perfect.” That’s okay – now it’s less expensive.

Hale Ku Mana sits on 1.3 acres of land. That’s double the size of most Four Seasons Hualalai resort properties. Privacy is high. And the sunsets? Well now, that’s something you’ll just have to come and see for yourself.

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