High above the bustle of Kailua Kona, nestled into the flanks of Hualalai in Holualoa, is a five acre slice of serenity, peace, and simple luxury. 

Located near the top of the Keopu Mauka subdivision is this idyllic three bedroom and three full bathroom Island-style home surrounded by five private acres. Enjoy a two-bedroom and two-bath master suite upstairs, as well as a den/office area and one bedroom and bathroom downstairs with nearly 700 feet of additional living space. The guest suite features a large dining area and kitchenette with Italian tile. 

Big Island Homes & real EstateThe home features an open floor plan with soaring great room ceilings ideal for gatherings, relaxation, movie or game nights. The luxurious master bath offers beautiful polished solid stone vessels, wall-to-wall limestone, and African mahogany cabinetry.

Step outside to dine, bbq, lounge or entertain on the two large lanais, one upstairs and one downstairs. And if you enjoy entertaining friends, family or just pampering yourself, enjoy a gazebo with a six-person hot tub and wooden swing nearby.

The home also features a two-car carport with a large workshop and bonus area for pantry for Costco items, wine room, office or work out area. The home has a redwood cedar exterior, central vacuum system, solid granite counters in the kitchen and bathrooms, a separate TV room, library, or den, and mango and koa cabinetry in the kitchen.

Big Island Homes & real EstateSeeking self sustainability? The home features seller-owned solar/photovoltaic and edible landscaping such as blood orange trees, Meyer lemons, Tahitian limes, Kaimana lychee, tangerine, plum, fig trees, avocados, and much more. The perfect growing conditions that make this region prime real estate for Kona coffee can also be used to grow almost anything. 

Gardeners will also delight in the vibrant orchid garden, thatched garden shed, and over 40 exotic hardwood trees including Spanish cedar, koa, Honduran mahogany, Cuban mahogany, Brazilian cherry, and many more. The numerous fruit trees and foliage on the property alone add to the value of this spectacular property. 

Big Island Homes & real EstateIf you’re looking for privacy, look no further. The long,sweeping driveway curves for easy lower level access and circles to the top of the property for access to the upper floor. The massive covered lanai features gorgeous wood flooring and allows its occupants to enjoy breathtaking Kona sunsets and a view of the tropical landscaping. This park-like setting estate is ideal as a second home or full-time occupancy and added opportunities for income with the bottom guest suite. 

Learn more about this property, price, features and more here. 

Big Island Homes & real EstateGet to Know Holualoa 

Nearby is the quaint and unique town of Holualoa, known for its art galleries, historic buildings and slow pace of life. Personally, my husband and I stop by Paul’s Place market, directly in the middle of town, to purchase specialty ice which is crystal clear and delicious! One of my personal favorite galleries is M.Field,where the artist owners, Mike and Terry Field, refurbished a historic home right on the main roadway into an eclectic and surprising shop of art, clothing, jewlery and Aloha. The Fields also sell their own estate grown Holualoa grown 100% Kona coffee along with whimsical t-shirts. (Yes, like the  one I am  wearing  with  Terry  in  this  photo!) Big Island Homes & real Estate

If you live in Holualoa, you will be privy to a community with an award winning elementary school, street festivals, pop up stands of florists and bakers and bbqs. Color abounds on the churches, galleries, cafe and Pink Hotel. The lifestyle is as agrarian based as it is artistic. 

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