Well Located Alii Heights Home With Spacious Floor Plan and Upgrades
This 3 bedroom/2 bathroom 1,823 sq. ft. home (MLS# 251897) is situated within the Alii Heights Subdivision surrounded by many lovely homes.
Priced at $490,000, this home is a must see on anyone’s list who is looking for value in a well-established and desirable area of Keauhou.
- Granite counter tops throughout the home
- Stainless appliances in the kitchen
- A separate laundry room
- Central A/C
- Outdoor tiled wet bar
- Rock walls
- Wrap around lanai
- Large 3 car garage
Besides the spacious interior and upgrades, it is the lowest price in the subdivision. Prices in Alii Heights start at $490,000 and go to over $700,000 for the new models.
Aside from that, there is the aspect of location and Alii Heights is well located – close to snorkeling beaches and minutes to Keauhou Shopping Center. The area boasts a rich culture and history.
Keauhou Has a Rich and Dramatic Past
The Kona coast is well known as a place where significant events took place that shaped the ancient history of Hawaii, and Keauhou Bay was the setting for some of the most dramatic events.
It was the fresh waters of a nearby natural spring that helped bring life to King Kamehameha III at his birth. The shores were the summer playground of the Ali’i, Hawaii’s chiefs and royalty. The land was used for recreation, but was also bloodied by monumental battles that eventually led to the unification of the Hawaiian Islands under one King.
The area has some of the most sacred heiau and sites in Hawaiian legend, and now boasts the restored beach house of King Kalākaua. The new Keauhou Kahalu’u Heritage Center is actually part of the Shopping Center. Be sure to plan a visit (admission is complimentary) and learn more about why Keauhou is so special.
- Saturdays 8am to Noon
- Between the Regal Keauhou Cinema and Longs Drugs
Experience the taste of the Big Island at the Keauhou Farmers Market. Enjoy live music while you discover the freshest fruits, vegetables, coffee, flowers and more from over 25 Big Island farmers. See you there!