Peerless in sweetness, the Kauai Sugarloaf Pineapple has been said to taste like cotton candy. These tasty treats are so easy to eat, even the core is edible – being lower in acidity and less fibrous than yellow pineapples certainly make them an island favorite.
Presently, our new listing on the North Shore of Kauai, aptly named “Hala Kahiki” – or Pineapple – has rows of these mouthwatering Sugarloaf Pineapples.
In addition, the manicured 2.72 acres has gently rolling topography and is extensively cultivated with a variety of mature fruit trees, including citrus, avocado, breadfruit, macadamia, banana, and of course delicious sugarloaf pineapple. Check out the Tasting Kauai Blog – Hawaii Pineapple Season to read more about Sugarloaf Pineapples.
To be sure, as you pass the charming fruit stand and enter the beautiful palm-lined driveway, you begin to feel the ambiance of this agricultural estate. Pulling up to the home, you are greeted by a unique slice of island history as the porte cochere features an original chandelier from the bygone Coco Palms Resort.
Surrounded by lush tropical landscaping and dozens of fruit-bearing trees, Hala Kahiki is a wonderful Island home. Located on the North Shore of Kauai, this solidly built, custom home has an open floor plan, cathedral ceilings, a gourmet kitchen, and large windows throughout.
The property is located in the Waipake agricultural neighborhood, a short five-minute drive to Kilauea town and within close proximity to many outdoor activities and beaches.
By all means, try a Sugarloaf Pineapple yourself at one of the North Shore Kauai Farmer’s Markets and give us a call to see this property and experience a slice of Hawaiian paradise!
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