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Kukuiula’s Kaulu Neighborhood Update – South Kauai

The 85-property Kaulu neighborhood of Kukui’ula is coming into its own here on South Kauai, featuring the Hawaiian plantation-style architecture of the private community’s clubhouse, Plantation House.

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Kukui’ula’s Plantation House

Spacious, covered lanais (porches) create easy access to outdoor living areas, while large ceiling fans and wide open double-hung windows allow for natural cooling. Double-hip roof lines with deep-bracketed eaves, and board and batten siding complete the signature look.

What’s Available?

There are currently seven Kaulu neighborhood residences on the market, priced from $1.9M to $3.8M. Four of these listings are currently operating as short-term vacation rental properties.

The 2611 Uluwehi Street 4-bed, 4.5-bath residence is situated just off the first green of Kukui’ula’s private Tom Weiskopf designed golf course and features 3,350 sq ft of indoor-outdoor living with an expansive lanai overlooking a natural salt-water swimming pool, waterfall and spa. Central air conditioning. Detached guest suite and two-car garage. Its $3.5M list price includes furnishings.

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2611 Uluwehi Street 4-Bed, 4-Bath Residence (MLS# 601609)

The 4956 Kaulu Street 3-bed, 3-bath residence is set on a large corner lot with Kukui’ula golf course views, and features 2,175 sq ft of indoor-outdoor living with a generous lanai overlooking the 20′ x 20′ swimming pool. Central air conditioning. Detached two-car garage. Its $2.45M list price includes furnishings.

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4956 Kaulu Street 3-Bed, 3-Bath Residence (MLS# 293189)

More Information

If you would like to know more about the Kaulu neighborhood, or the Kukui’ula community, please contact me.

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