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Deal: Kona REO Bargain Of The Week

Previously on the market for $1.3 M. This Kona REO (MLS# 222641) is now listed for $869,000

PRICE: $869,000 ($-80,900)
ASSESSED VALUE: $1,109,000

If your not familiar with Kaloko Mauka, it is at a higher elevation above Kailua-Kona with lush cool climate. Here is a  beautiful, custom luxury residence nestled in 5 acres of Ohia trees, Hapu ferns and lush Hawaiian foliage…a quiet forest setting.

The 3 bedroom 3 bath home features low-e double paned windows, large bedrooms, big covered lanai with an additional retractable awing, cozy fireplace, BBQ pavilion. One bedroom has its own side entrance and luxury bath.  This home includes wonderful office, energy star appliances and eco-friendly non organic decking material. Private Lawn area on each side of the home.

The bonus is a additional permitted Ag warehouse building with luxurous upgrades  & permitted bath, allowing huge area for a workshop or additional car storage with roll up auto door & boasts some nice improvements in it including cozy wood stove.

Kaloko has occasional flocks of wild parrots in this private secluded enchanted forest. This is a must see and a huge value!

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Justin - Head Web Head

March 12, 2010

What year was this home originally listed for $1.3M?

Justin - Head Web Head

March 12, 2010

What year was this home originally listed for $1.3M?

Lunch with the Pros « Hawaii Real Estate Market

March 15, 2010

[…] Hearing and learning from their experiences surpasses any traditional education from a classroom…it’s in the real world, real transactions, in this market, where business has turned into assisting with short sales, foreclosures and REO’s. […]

Lunch with the Pros « Hawaii Real Estate Market

March 15, 2010

[…] Hearing and learning from their experiences surpasses any traditional education from a classroom…it’s in the real world, real transactions, in this market, where business has turned into assisting with short sales, foreclosures and REO’s. […]

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