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Just Sold! Kaiolu Oceanfront Residence, Big Island of Hawaii

Kaiolu Drive, Kailua-Kona, Big Island | Offered at $3.995M, Sold at $3.950M | Photos: Spaces808

This vacation rental “Short Term Vacation Rental permit approved” oceanfront residence is located in a gated estate and set on nearly ½ acre. Situated in a private neighborhood off of Kailua-Kona’s scenic Ali’i Drive.

4BR / 4BA | 2,408 sq. ft. interior | 21,079 sq. ft. land area

Recently remodeled by renowned architect Ali Ghalamfarsa with Alii Architects, this home reflects a true sense of place with Hawaii-style architecture, expansive indoor-outdoor living spaces, wrap-around lanais, lagoon-shaped swimming pool with spa and coco palms framing the amazing ocean and sunset views.

This welcoming front entry showcases Ohia wood posts, attractive rock walls, and an artfully etched glass door. Interior features include towering vaulted ceilings with lauhala weave treatment, multi-shaped, whimsical custom light fixtures in the great room, and neutral-colored stone counters with beautiful wood cabinets in the kitchen and bathrooms.

The large, open floor plan, master suite and three guest suites provide space for the entire family as well as entertaining overnight guests.  The master bathroom is outfitted with attractive, dual counter top glass sinks and opens to an outdoor shower garden.

Exterior highlights include a bridge walk path over a pond, an elevated, thatch-roofed view pavilion, tiki torches and large grassy lawn stretching towards the ocean.

More Information

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

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