Pride of ownership shows in this well maintained property located at the end of a cul-de-sac in the desirable Pualani Estates subdivision. Pualani Estates is centrally located in Kona with a park, baseball and soccer fields for your enjoyment. The exterior of the home was painted in April 2019 and the interior eucalyptus solid wood flooring and carpets were replaced two years ago and one year ago respectively. Two split system A/C units in the lower level keeps the temperature comfortable year-round. One is for the master bedroom and the other the living area. Additionally, all bedrooms and the living room have ceiling fans. The tropical landscaping has numerous palms including foxtail, red sealing wax and areca. The manicured lawn is zoned and the irrigation controller is connected to a phone app for maximum control of water use. This is an easily maintained yard and invites one to relax on the lanai and enjoy the view.
County tax record living area of 1346 does not match DR Horton’s fact sheet or the appraisal for this property of 1484 square feet of living area—see attached addenda. Living area should be independently verified by appraisal.
Because Kona International Airport hosts flights from Asia, the U.S. mainland, and connecting flights from around the world through Honolulu, North Kona is the vacation gateway to the Big Island. The main town of Kailua-Kona is where many visitors get their first real taste of Hawaii. But beyond being a very popular vacation destination with a shifting daily population of cruise ship passengers and international visitors, West Hawaii is also a fine place to live.
Kailua-Kona bustles daily with lively small-town charm and warmth. A short drive “up the hill” to Holualoa on the slopes of Mt. Hualalai takes you to a fascinating village located on one of Hawaii's historic by-ways. Big Island, mainland, and Pacific Rim lifestyles and values are elegantly blended in these West Hawaii communities. Kona serves as a visible, dynamic example of Hawaii’s famed melting pot of races and cultures.
Naturally, North Kona property is in high demand. Prices and inventory are sensitive to small changes in the broader national economy and it’s helpful to work with a knowledgeable real estate agent who can help you navigate the nuances of the research and purchase process. The market is broad and inclusive. If you’re looking for an oceanfront condo, a custom home, beach cottage, vacation villa, retirement or second home, townhouse, or even commercial property, we will assist you in finding the right property in North Kona.