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Unique Waikoloa Village Home for Sale on the Big Island

Waikoloa Village Castle is looking for new ownership!

Since a new for sale sign has been set up in front of it, Waikoloa residents are more talking about the “pink castle” in our little community than the upcoming royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton.

Far, far away from Westminster Abbey…there is a “pink castle” in the middle of the Pacific, more precisely in Waikoloa Village on the Big Island of Hawaii. This unique home offers 7 bedrooms, and 5.75 bathrooms (4,999 sq. ft.). The main floor features a travertine foyer, formal living room, dining room, entertainer’s kitchen, and a great room.

Upstairs you will find 4 bedroom suites—all with their own lanai’s, and 2 with separate sitting areas. Downstairs there are two guest quarters with private entrances, and a large garage with plenty of room for storage.

You will feel like royalty in this tri-level “bank owned” Waikoloa castle that offers ocean, sunset, and mountain views from several lanai’s. After some work, this diamond in the rough will be perfect as your primary residence, vacation getaway, investment property, or corporate retreat.

It was initially listed at $1,150,000 two years ago. Are you ready to make this home your very own slice of paradise? Bank owned fixer listed at just $560,000 (MLS# 240472).

For any Waikoloa Village real estate inquiries do not hesitate to contact me, I live here.

This castle home comes with a view!

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Katie Minkus, R(BIC)

December 3, 2010

Aloha Catherine… this is such a great example of “why should I buy Hawaii property now when national trends show prices continuing to decrease?” This common question in Hawaii has one answer – because the property you fall in love with is unique and probably won’t be on the market when you think it’s “time” to buy. This is certainly a unique property and I’m pretty sure there’s not another “castle” in Waikoloa Village to buy. When this one is gone – poof – it’s gone… and there simply isn’t another one being built around the corner. Love this house!!

Katie Minkus, R(BIC)

December 3, 2010

Aloha Catherine… this is such a great example of “why should I buy Hawaii property now when national trends show prices continuing to decrease?” This common question in Hawaii has one answer – because the property you fall in love with is unique and probably won’t be on the market when you think it’s “time” to buy. This is certainly a unique property and I’m pretty sure there’s not another “castle” in Waikoloa Village to buy. When this one is gone – poof – it’s gone… and there simply isn’t another one being built around the corner. Love this house!!

Jana Kaholoa'a

December 3, 2010

“Castle”, Hawaii, price, can’t get a better combination than that! Totally agree with Katie, this is the “time” to buy.

Jana Kaholoa'a

December 3, 2010

“Castle”, Hawaii, price, can’t get a better combination than that! Totally agree with Katie, this is the “time” to buy.

Pat Strausse R(B)

December 3, 2010

Catherine – What happened to the lions? Do you think they’ll come with the house if the price is right?

Pat Strausse R(B)

December 3, 2010

Catherine – What happened to the lions? Do you think they’ll come with the house if the price is right?

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