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Living on the Kona Coast at Na Hale O Keauhou

This four star resort offers pleasing ocean and mountain views in a condo complex where the developer has positioned each building to capture the majority of the Kona coastline and mountain views. Na Hale O Keauhou is a newly built community in 2005 and is on the south end, Makua (mountain) side on Alii Drive.

The 84 well–appointed, quality built townhomes offer 2 and 3-bedrooms with a one car garage. Vacation rentals are allowed. Currently, there are 3 condos available for sale in Na Hale O Keauhou; a 2-bedroom unit and two 3-bedroom units. This is a highly desirable complex in Keauhou and condos sell quick. In 2011, 11 units sold from $309,000 to $455,000.

Na Hale O Keauhou Amenities

  • Attractive gated entrance
  • Onsite resort pool
  • Spa
  • Fitness area
  • Clubhouse
  • A pavilion with a kitchen and a barbecue area

Things To Do Near Na Hale O Keauhou

Adjacent to Na Hale O Keauhou is the Kona Country Club. Here you have an option to play a round of golf on the Ocean or Mountain Course. For golfing and dining, visit their website at www.konagolf.com. I’m sure you won’t want to miss the Vista restaurant for a Mai Tai sunset toast.

Also nearby are the Keauhou Village shops where you will find:

  • Kta grocery
  • Cinemas
  • Banking
  • Medical
  • Beauty
  • Jewelry
  • Fine dining
  • Water sports with Sea Paradise
  • Hula show at 6p.m. every Friday night
  • Saturday is the farmers market from 8a.m.-12p.m. offering live music, Kona coffee, fresh tropical fruit, vegetables, flowers and more, all from 25 Big Island farmers

Let’s not forget Keauhou Bay where you will find snorkeling, kayaking, and fishing charters and you are only minutes from Kahaluu Beach Park for snorkeling and surfing.    

Keauhou’s Hawaiian History

Keauhou is enriched with Hawaiian history, like the Burial Grounds and the Battle of Kuamoo site. This is where “the ancient religion died in a blaze of musket fire.” A battle erupted and about 300 people lost their lives. When viewing the lava rock, it is sure to give you a good case of “chicken skin” (goose bumps).

Kamehameha III was born nearby at Keauhou Bay. It’s also a great place to hop on the Nainoa boat with Uncle Billy and try your luck for reeling in the catch of the day. For fishing, contact fishnainoa@gmail.com.   

I look forward to helping you live your best at Na Hale O Keauhou!

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Beth Thoma Robinson R(B)

January 5, 2012

Super location. I didn’t realize there were so few on the market right now. Yet another desirable condo complex where inventory is disappearing.

Beth Thoma Robinson R(B)

January 5, 2012

Super location. I didn’t realize there were so few on the market right now. Yet another desirable condo complex where inventory is disappearing.

Tara Kelly

January 5, 2012

Thank you for your comment Beth. Yes, another example of declining inventory where the demand is high.

Tara Kelly

January 5, 2012

Thank you for your comment Beth. Yes, another example of declining inventory where the demand is high.

Frank Fugarino

February 8, 2014

Interested in nahale o keahou. Hoa fees? What is covered/ Taxes?

Frank Fugarino

February 8, 2014

Interested in nahale o keahou. Hoa fees? What is covered/ Taxes?

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