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Million Dollar Homes Recently Sold on the Big Island’s West Side

What does a million dollars (give or take 5%) buy you on the west side of the Big Island? For these five buyers, it’s their own slice of paradise! Take a look at these five tropical homes and see if a million-dollar Hawaii home is right for you.

From North to South, here are 5 recent sales in the South Kohala, North Kona, and South Kona districts:

1. Puako Beach Lots in Kamuela, HI: Listed at $995,000…Sold for $950,000

SOLD 5/9/2016: 1,224 sf home on 7,000 sf lot

SOLD 5/9/2016: 1,224 sq.ft. home on 7,000 sq.ft. lot…close to some of the best beaches on the Big Island

2. Puu Lani Ranch in Kailua-Kona, HI: Listed at $950,000…Sold for $950,000

SOLD 5/9/2016: 1,224 sf home on 7,000 sf lot...close to some of the best beaches on the Big Island

SOLD 3/16/2016: 3,346 sq.ft. home on 1.07-acre lot…elegant estate on the bluff with mountain and ocean views

3. Holualoa, HI: Listed at $975,000…Sold for $962,500

SOLD 5/12/2016: 2,116 sq.ft. home on 26,746 sq.ft. lot…plantation-style home at cooler elevation above Kailua-Kona

4. Keauhou Mauka in Kailua-Kona, HI: Listed at $995,000…Sold for $950,000

SOLD 5/4/2016: 3,588 sq.ft. home on 17,331 sq.ft. lot…spacious floor plan with expansive views

5. Kealakekua Bay Estates in Captain Cook, HI: Listed at $999,900…Sold for $999,900

SOLD 5/26/2016: 2,080 sf home on 1.00-acre lot...jaw-dropping, expansive views of the ocean and mountains

SOLD 5/26/2016: 2,080 sq.ft. home on 1-acre lot…jaw-dropping, expansive views of the ocean and mountains

Want to Know More?

For additional information on any of these sold properties, or active million-dollar listings on the west side of the Big Island, please contact me at (808) 209-0033 or mikedespard@hawaiilife.com.

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