Living the Sweet Life in Kilauea – Home for Sale, Kauai

Wash away worries and soak in the view from this sweet Kilauea home

Whet your appetite with this elegant 3900+ square foot home (MLS# 211889) situated high above the Pacific Ocean on 2 ½ acres of prime property. The lush greenery and endless vistas that surround the residence are reminiscent of the spacious land on Kilauea’s early plantations. All of the bedrooms boast an individual lanai and face the ocean. The large stainless and granite kitchen will satisfy any undertaking by the family chef. If you’re craving a home with beauty, quality, and a prime location…this is the one. Come live the sweet life at 4146 North Waiakalua in Kilauea.

Family and friends can keep the cook company in this spacious kitchen

The former plantation town of Kilauea on Kauai’s North Shore has a well-known history in the sugar cane industry. Charles Titcomb, a sugar cane planter and coffee grower, purchased 3000 acres of land from King Kamehameha IV in the late 1800’s. After Titcomb died, his family sold the land to John Ross and E.P. Adams who then began a sugar plantation. In 1880, Robert Macfie Jr. purchased and incorporated the Kilauea Sugar Company. Soon thereafter, Princess Lili‘uokalani visited Kilauea to dedicate the first sugar cane train line constructed on Kauai. In 1910, C. Brewer and Company became the owners of the Kilauea Sugar Company. The plantation closed in 1971 after 90 years of operation.

Areca palms line the driveway leading right to your doorstep

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Justin - Head Web Head

June 7, 2010

Check out the kitchen island, it’s huge! I like that.

Justin - Head Web Head

June 7, 2010

Check out the kitchen island, it’s huge! I like that.

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