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Bed & Breakfast Estate Tucked Away in Honaunau, Hawaii For Sale

I saw this property on the West Hawaii Association of Realtors Kailua-Kona Caravan, and I wanted to share! This was the first property we went to a beautiful Bed & Breakfast Estate in Kealakekua.

Nestled on Tobacco Road, high up at the end of the road and to the left, is this gorgeous estate with lots of mature landscaping and this beautiful 6 bedroom, 6 bathroom two-story retreat. Currently an active bed & breakfast, there was a wonderful smell of waffles and eggs as we came into the main living, kitchen, and dining area.

Currently called the Aloha Guest House—the spacious living area upstairs is big enough to have a wedding party and still have space for the caretakers to help them enjoy it!

Being able to appreciate the cool tropical breezes throughout the home with screened lanais, lots of places to dwell, and natural light all around was such a joy for me, as I love open airy living areas and natural lighting for ultimate home efficiency.

Enjoying the kitchen view, I could feel that this home was built to take advantage of the tropical pleasures of being in Hawaii. With lots of skylights on the top floor, you will have a great experience cooking meals in the lovely kitchen. Cooking with gas, you’ll have a nice 4-burner range and a breakfast grill ready for guests who enjoy flapjacks and eggs.

There’s also a wine refrigerator, breakfast bar, and a huge pantry that has enough room for the goods, as well as a full-size refrigerator and freezer chest to the left.

The views from this property are so expansive, I could see to Kealakekua Bay—so beautiful!

The owner’s suite was to live for as it had its own bedroom area, lanai area, and gorgeous master bathroom.

I loved the master bathroom’s etched glass in the double-headed shower!

The house had many upgrades, and the contemporary style made it feel like I was at a high-end estate in North Kona…it was beautiful! Even the water closet had its special features! For leasehold properties, it seems the owners really put the time and care into their upgrades, with no cost spared.

I really enjoyed viewing this home in Honaunau with fellow Realtors. There was ample parking, lots of places to dwell in the shade, or screened-in lanais, and lots of places to walk and enjoy nature.

If you’d like to see this property, or would like more information, please call me at (808)-756-4874 and I’d be happy to show you around!

Blessings and Aloha,

Claire K. Bajo, RS

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Martha Tumbleson, R(S)

July 19, 2011

I loved seeing this property, too. Such a fabulous relaxing lifestyle!

Martha Tumbleson, R(S)

July 19, 2011

I loved seeing this property, too. Such a fabulous relaxing lifestyle!

Annie Mendoza, (RS)

July 20, 2011

Aloha Claire! the views of palm trees cascading down toward the see are amazing! I should try to take a mini vacation and stay at this B&B! Have you? do you think it is priced right?

Annie Mendoza, (RS)

July 20, 2011

Aloha Claire! the views of palm trees cascading down toward the see are amazing! I should try to take a mini vacation and stay at this B&B! Have you? do you think it is priced right?

Claire K. Bajo RS

July 20, 2011

Aloha Annie! Thanks for your comment! I think it may be a little overpriced for leasehold, but they may have a crop value that we didn’t get to see, and also the income from vacation rentals that may be considered as well.. the owners offer a full breakfast with your stay.. and there may be some other perks they offer.. but the price is a little steep for the area.. Telephone Exchange Road properties closer to town are in the $500,000’s leasehold. I don’t know.. what do u think Martha? ..it is a very beautiful place nonetheless.. Blessings to you Annie.. and Martha! c:*

Claire K. Bajo RS

July 20, 2011

Aloha Annie! Thanks for your comment! I think it may be a little overpriced for leasehold, but they may have a crop value that we didn’t get to see, and also the income from vacation rentals that may be considered as well.. the owners offer a full breakfast with your stay.. and there may be some other perks they offer.. but the price is a little steep for the area.. Telephone Exchange Road properties closer to town are in the $500,000’s leasehold. I don’t know.. what do u think Martha? ..it is a very beautiful place nonetheless.. Blessings to you Annie.. and Martha! c:*

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