Interest in healthy living is making space for gardens, a priority for golf communities. Many golf communities are now adding agriculture and farming such as fruit trees, florals, and herbs to their properties, not only to provide food for their families and community, but also to provide a healthier and more sustainable option for members. Agriculture also provides a way to create a more inviting and appealing atmosphere.
Hokuli’a, Kona, Hawai’i
According to a recent article, The New York Times International Edition, “Bringing the farm closer to table,” on-site farms are taking center stage in upscale golf developments.
Expansive lots, from one to two acres, come with their own agricultural easements for farming and sustainable living. Homes average between $3.5 million, and lots range from $500,000 to $8 million.
Golf Course communities like Hokulia provide a great opportunity to stay active, eat healthy, and enjoy your favorite sport. Being part of a golf community can also provide access to a variety of amenities, such as luxury dining, fitness pavilion, pool, tennis and other recreational activities.
Hokulia Member, Roger Brasel, an architect says, “I am a golf lover and moved here to play the game, but having the ability to plant fruit trees at home is a huge draw.” Mr. Brasel also says, “There’s a sense of community here around fresh, delicious produce.”
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