COVID19 UPDATE
Big Island

Keauhou Punahele Condominium is a Catch for Golf Lovers

If you have ever dreamed of living on a golf course, and near the pool, then this REO condo (MLS# 236499) might be your dream come true. When you first step in you will notice the two over-sized sliding glass doors leading you outside to the covered lanai. The grill is waiting for your fresh catch of the day to share with your friends and ohana (family). With 1,361 of living square feet, the asking price of this 3 bed / 3 bath is $349,900. You can purchase this home for as little as 3% down, as this property has been approved for HomePath Mortgage Financing.

If you are a golfer, you will have the convenience of living on the Kona Country Club Golf Course. They offer 2 courses: the Ocean and Mountain. Both courses can be enjoyed by both beginners and advanced golfers. For a fine dining experience, be sure and visit the Vista restaurant offering American and local Hawaiian cuisine.

View my favorite Big Island Foreclosures →

Contact me for more information.

Comments (2) Show CommentsHide Comments (Remember)

Cool. Add your comment...

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Leave your opinion here. Please be nice. Your Email address will be kept private, this form is secure and we never spam you.

Lori Owens

July 20, 2010

This is an amazing complex. I have shown many units in this complex. Just recently E102 which was a very nice 2 bedroom/2 bath unit sold for $265,000, which is way under market value. E106 was another nice unit, it was a short sale, but ended up going to auction. I have mainland clients who are waiting to see if it will come back on the market at an REO. Go Keauhou Punahele!

Lori Owens

July 20, 2010

This is an amazing complex. I have shown many units in this complex. Just recently E102 which was a very nice 2 bedroom/2 bath unit sold for $265,000, which is way under market value. E106 was another nice unit, it was a short sale, but ended up going to auction. I have mainland clients who are waiting to see if it will come back on the market at an REO. Go Keauhou Punahele!

More Articles from Hawaii Life