Keauhou Real Estate

Keauhou real estate is some of the most highly prized in the Kailua Kona area. Residents have dramatic views of the gorgeous Pacific Coast, the lush hillside of Kona and the many golf courses surrounding the subdivision. The homes for sale in Keauhoa have immaculate streets with Hawaiiana inspired architecture. This is a guard-gated community with large estate homes. This is one the most highly desired golf course communities in North Kona real estate.

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Keauhou real estateThis is a 2,300 acre master-planned community at the end of the well-known Alii Drive. Keauhou real estate is just south of the historic Kailua Kona Village. Keauhou is in a fantastic location with nature and easy access to city amenities and Kona attractions.

Nestled in Hawaii’s historic district, residents of Keauhou real estate are immersed in the rich history and culture of the Big Island. Landmarks such as Hapaialii and Keeku Heiau and the Keauhou Holua Slide are sacred, iconic sites to see. Residents can also enjoy Kahalu’u Beach Park, which is also known as snorkel beach. You’ll see many tropical fish and sea turtles. Keauhou homes for sale offer a laid back lifestyle.

Although a small village, residents can find plenty of shopping at the Keauhou Shopping Center. Sam Choys is a famous restaurant in the area serving up some great local food. Residents can also delight in the amenities at the Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort & Spa Hotel and the Outrigger Kanaloa at Kona.  The Kona Country Club is a 36 hole golf course that offers a scenic round of golf. There is always Kahalu’u Bay for more relaxing and water activities. There is so much fun to be had for all ages when choosing Keauhou real estate

Keauhou Resort harmoniously blends small town charm with wonderful Kona attractions. Living doesn’t get much better than in this great community. The area boasts diligently restored heiau (temples) and ancient fishponds. This is an idyllic place for retirees, a vacation home, move-up buyers and new homebuyers. Keauhou homes for sale suit a variety of lifestyles.

If you would like to know more about Keauhou homes for sale and the golf resort lifestyle, please reach out to area professional Leonora Prince at prince@ccimhawaii.com.

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Holualoa Real Estate

The town of Holualoa rests at the slope of Mt Hualalai just north of Kailua Kona. Holualoa real estate features a variety of homes including vintage huts and estate homes on large acres of farm land. The community embraces a rural beach lifestyle, yet is still close to city amenities in Kailua Kona. You find plenty of open space with native flowers and foliage as well as coffee farms and fruit farms. Holualoa homes for sale are perfect for the laid back retiree or for the get-away second home.

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Holualoa real estateHolualoa real estate retains much of the past with vintage storefronts, small local businesses, churches, the landmark “pink” Kona Hotel as well as the Holualoa Inn and other accommodations. Residents can enjoy several art galleries, cafes and a grocery store. The town may be small, but it has every thing you’ll ever need. The homes for sale in Holualoa are in the zip code 96725.

In fact, Java is the source that keeps Holualoa thriving. The small town is the hub of the Kona coffee country. You’ll find the best coffee you’ve ever tasted here with 100 percent pure Kona coffee. This is a rare commodity only grown in north and south Kona. There are actually 600 coffee farms surrounding Holualoa reale state.

Holualoa is also the heart of the art culture in Kona. You can find local artwork including ceramic sculptures, paintings and handcrafted woodwork. Popular events include the annual Holualoa Village Coffee & Art Stroll every November, the Music & Light Festival and the First Friday Art After Dark. Residents can taste various coffee blends and discover handmade crafts from local farmers and artists. Popular art galleries and shops in the area include Dovetail Art & Gallery, Studio 7 Fine Arts, Cinderella’s Antiques, Art and Jewelry, Holualoa Gallery, Kimura Lauhala Shop, Holualoa Ukulele Shop, Buddha’s Cup and Huahua Farm among many others.

There is also one elementary school near Holualoa real estate. The Holualoa Elementary School is operated by the Hawaii Department of Education. Older students must attend schools in neighboring towns such as Kailua Kona.

If you would like more details on the Holualoa homes for sale or any Kona real estate, contact area expert Leonora Prince for all your real estate needs at prince@ccimhawaii.com.

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Kealakekua HI Real Estate

South Kona is more undeveloped and quiet compared to North Kona. Kealakekua HI real estate is an older community in a rural Hawaiian setting. This is considered to be one of the last fishing villages in Hawaii because it doesn’t have much development. This is a peaceful paradise with rich culture and native wildlife. Most of the housing is modest bungalows as well as estates. Kealakekua homes for sale are great for vacation homes for retirees.

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Kealakekua HI real estateThe village Kealakekua has a population of just over under 2,500 people. The area is also home to the Kealakekua Bay, which runs 12 miles on the Kona coast. The bay is a marine life conservation district, protecting the ocean life and native plants. It is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places because of the archaeological artifacts and temples. This is also where the first European, Captain James Cook, arrived on the Island. Residents can enjoy kayaking, scuba diving and snorkeling.

Although Kealakekua HI real estate has small town charm, there are two schools in the area for students. The Konawaena Middle School and the Konawaena High School are located in town. They are operated by the Hawaii Department of Education.

Kealakekua HI real estate is in the 76750 zip code. The average home value is $226, 900. Easy access to the 160 allows residents to get to neighboring cities such as Holualoa, Kailua Kona, Keauhou, Ocean View and Honaunau. Residents can live in the quiet community of Kealakekua, but still take a short drive to large town and villages for more shopping, golf and dining options.

If you would like to know more information about Kealakekua homes for sale, please contact Kona real estate expert Leonora Prince at prince@ccimhawaii.com for a stress-free experience. Don’t wait, live in paradise today!

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Homes for Sale in Kailua Kona

Homes for sale in Kailua KonaKailua Kona Hawaii  is located in Hawaiʻi County of the State of Hawaii. Also known as the North Kona District of the Island of Hawaiʻi. The population was 11,975 at the 2010 census. It is the center of commerce and of the tourist industry on West Hawaiʻi.

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Its post office is designated Kailua-Kona to differentiate it from the larger Kailua located on windward Oʻahu, and it is sometimes referred to as Kona in everyday speech. Kailua Kona homes for sale are located in the 96740 zip code.

The city is served by Kona International Airport, located just to the north about seven miles from the the sleepy little village of Kona located at the bottom of the Hualalai Volcano. Homes for sale in Kailua Kona are some of the most highly desired on the Big Island.

In ancient times, this area was considered the premier place to live due to the excellent weather and good water. Many kings made their homes here. Later, missionaries built churches and residences turning the tiny fishing village into a small seaport. It’s the place to be in the Islands. Homes for sale in Kailua Kona are offered as oceanfront condos, beach cottages, vacation villas, custom homes, townhomes, or retirement homes.

The main street, Ali’i Drive, runs along the oceanfront through the heart of the city from Kailua Pier to the Kuamo’o Battlefield (also known to Locals as “the end of the world,” located at the end of Alii Drive).

The public schools in this area are served by the Hawaii Department of Education. The schools in close proximity to Kailua Kona reale state include Kealakehe Elementary School, Kahakai Elementary School, Kealakehe Intermediate School, and Kealakehe High School

If you would like to know more about homes for sale in Kailua Kona, please reach out to area expert Leonora Prince for a professional real estate experience at prince@ccimhawaii.com. This is an excellent place to live for retirees, second home buyers and even move-up buyers.

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Hawi Real Estate

Hawi Real Estate
One of the original King Kamehameha statues is located in Hawi.

The quaint town of Hawi real estate is situated to the west of the community of Kapaau. Together they comprise the most densely populated region in the district of North Kohala. Historically this part of Kohala is significant as the birthplace of Kamehameha I and the location of the Moʻokini heiau in the Kohala Historical Sites State Monument. The two communities were once busy commercial centers during the operation of the Kohala Sugarplantation.

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Hawi is the turnaround point for the Ironman World Championship Triathlon. It is the northernmost point on the bicycle leg, where athletes return to the finish line at Kamakahonu in Kailua-Kona. When the weather is good, you will not find a more breathtaking place, with expansive views of Maui. Hawi real estate ranges from coffee shacks, to large ranches and estate homes

Today, Hawi real estate is home to a handful of lovely art galleries, boutiques and restaurants set in colorful and lively plantation buildings. You’ll find everything here from handmade jewelry and crafts to homemade fudge and 100 percent Kona coffee. The Bamboo Restaurant & Gallery was  voted best restaurant on Hawaii Island and is a great stop for a fresh island meal.

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