Why settle for golf course frontage when you can have your own golf courseâ€”nine holes for chipping and putting to be exact?Â Homes that front golf courses are lovely. I remember moving into one as a kid and smiling every time I saw the crew mowing the lawn, knowing my days as a lawn slave were over.
But if I know golfers, they aren’t really interested in watching an empty course, or worse yet, other golfers. So, why not buy a house with your own mini course, such as this home (MLS# 244875) which was just listed for $1.345 million?
No more putting in the den into a glass. Just take a step off your lanai to hole 9 and chip to the green and putt, then two steps back to freshen your drink. Now that’s retirement living!
For the non-golfer in the family, this home features gorgeous ocean and coastline views, and a front row for Kona’s gorgeous sunsets. It is a spacious home with high ceilings and windows everywhere, and the kitchen and baths are luxurious and up-to-date.
Tiled throughout for easy care, this home is easy to like. There is a lovely library room as well. This is an elegant, ocean view resort-style home with that special something for the golf lover.