What Makes Princeville the Perfect Place to Live?

Princeville, the plateau of Kauai’s North Shore overlooks world class beaches, taro field plains, and jagged mountain tops from almost 200 feet above the Pacific Ocean. It acts as a gateway to the towns of Hanalei, Waipa, Wainiha, Haena and the Northern Napali Coast. It consistently provides theater seating views of Makana Mountain (a.k.a. Bali Hai) and its spectacular sunsets framed over Hanalei Bay.

Running along Ka Haku Road, the newly repaved pedestrian and bike path is the center of outdoor activity for both locals and visitors. Starting from the iconic statue of Poseidon and stretching 2 miles to the St. Regis Hotel, the path accesses a variety of attractions. The various stretches seem so different they offer a new epic view every few steps. From the shaded tree covered sections and rolling hills to ringside views of the championship golf courses, but most notably its famous crashing ocean cliff sides.

Living Here

The 900-acres of lush manicured flora is home to over 770 single family houses, almost 2,000 condominium units and accesses the beaches of Hanalei Bay, Queens Bath, Hideaway, and Anini. Princeville keeps a charming and modernized plantation-style architecture, paying homage to Kauai’s agricultural history. From cozy studio condos to large bi-level estates, it offers something for everyone. A thriving vacation rental market certainly creates new opportunities for owners and visitors to enjoy island life.

Golf, tennis, swimming, hiking, surfing, running and bike riding are all part of an active lifestyle here. When you prefer to slow down you can enjoy relaxing spa treatments at the luxury resorts or tropical refreshments and pupus at the many bars and restaurants. Prince Albert Playground is a gathering place for North Shore kids and families with sporting activities in the park.

Visiting Kauai

If you’ve never been, Princeville is a must visit destination when on Kauai. If you’re interested in learning more about the community or reviewing property information feel free to reach out anytime. As a resident myself, you can probably catch the family and I riding bikes, taking walks, headed to surf, or just kidding around in the park.

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