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New Kohanaiki Home Defines Casual Elegance

Open-sided Great Room allows light and soft trades throughout. 

Kohanaiki | Hale Alani 39 | $6.35 million | 4BR/4.5BA | 3.748 interior

With clean simple lines and bold interior and outdoor design, Hale Alani 39 is the epitome of modern tropical living. Situated at the end of a private cul de sac it enjoys a unique vantage point within the exclusive Hale Alani neighborhood at Kohanaiki—the newest luxury residential Resort in development on Hawaii Island’s treasured Kona Coast.

Expansive, 1,066 SF covered lanai, pool and spa provide outdoor living at its best.

Designed by Glazier Le architectural firm with interiors by San Francisco-based Nicole Hollis, the home leaves a soft footprint on the aina (land) blending seamlessly with the natural environment. Native woods, Atlantic black granite stone floors throughout and Cambria Devon quartz countertops provide a true sense of place. Southwest-facing, the home’s dramatic viewpoints include mauka (mountain) and makai (ocean) panoramas.

Bright, welcoming entry at Hale Alani 39.

A completely appointed 1 bedroom, 1 bath ohana (guest house) provides blissful privacy and space for both you and your houseguests. Additional highlights include a temperature controlled, walk-in wine room; pool-side barbecue; smooth stucco exterior; and copper standing seam roofing. Solar panels ensure energy efficiency.

Highly textured rugs and accessories, playful shapes and a splash of color create the perfect master bedroom with view.

Sleek and efficient kitchen.

The beautifully appointed home is available furnished priced at $6,350,000.

More Information

For more information on this home or additional Hawaii Island real estate opportunities, please contact Carrie Nicholson, R (B), BIC, Director of HL1-Big Island, (808) 896-9749 or carrie@HL1.com.

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