Find Your Home in Kona Coffee Country
Do you like a little funky charm? Are you a country girl (or guy) at heart? You need to check out this unique Holualoa property. Eccentric, yet modern, this Hawaiian style farmhouse is set on 1.87 acres of lovingly cared for edible landscape and comes with its very own coffee shack with great fixer-upper potential.
75-5275 Mamalahoa Hwy, Offered at 789,000, MLS 618606
Your Modern Farmhouse
Take a deep breath of mountain air — this is Holualoa, where nights are cool and quiet. Enjoy space to think in this home with high, open beam ceilings, and plenty of mountain and ocean facing windows for refreshing cross breezes. Set up high, with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,860 sq.ft. of living space, this home is a creative take on the Holualoa farmhouse — with a remodeled interior and new electrical panels and wiring. You’ll love the hardwood floors throughout, with a working fireplace for chilly winter nights. Take note of the artistic, ceramic tiling in the kitchen, with cabinets upon cabinets for all your kitchen gadgets. The master bedroom has special little details, like your own laundry chute that goes straight to the laundry room (fancy!) and a private lanai for sunsets and stargazing. One of my favorite bonus features is the outdoor shower and tub — perfect for a relaxing moonlight soak.
Eat Your Way through the Backyard
Front and back lanais look out over the property’s lush landscape and give a stunning bird’s eye view of the Pacific. Enjoy your own backyard tropical produce section, with avocado, lilikoi, banana, citrus, lychee, papaya and mango, and room for more. An original feature of this property is its large Koa tree — an endemic Hawaiian species that is extremely rare for this elevation. The grounds have been professionally maintained on a monthly basis to keep the landscape in a productive and healthy condition.
Historic Holualoa Village
Tucked up on the slopes of Hualalai Volcano, Holualoa is the place to be on the Kona Coast if you love old Hawaii charm. Just a short drive south on scenic Mamalahoa Highway, Holualoa village is home to historic buildings dating back to the early 1900s, and a vibrant art and cafe culture. Nearby is Holualoa School, and the Donkey Mill Art Center, with great arts programming from Keiki and adults. Kona coffee is everywhere — growing, roasting, and brewing. You are only a short 15 min drive down the mountain from Kailua-Kona town center, but it feels like a world away.
Does this sound like your dream property? Contact me to set up a showing!
Interested to know more about Holualoa and life in Kona? Check out my blog “Come With Me“!
Aerial view of the main home and coffee shack.
“Coffee shack” located on the property served as housing for farmers tending to the farms of world famous Kona Coffee. Many of these coffee shacks are being fixed up and useful again.