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Just Sold: Waiki‘i Ranch Estate on Hawaii’s Big Island

Listed by Jennifer H Rice, R(S), Elite Pacific Properties | Buyer Represented by Carrie Nicholson, R(B), BIC, Hawaii Life

I am pleased to have represented the buyer in this real estate transaction that closed – I wish them many years of happiness in their new Big Island home. Located in the premier equestrian community of Waiki ‘i Ranch, the sprawling estate sits at an elevation of 4,250 feet on the slopes of Mauna Kea. Surrounded by rolling green hills, the property enjoys panoramic ocean, coastline, Maui, Kohala Mountain and Hualalai Mountain views.

MLS #634534 | Waikii Ranch | Listed for $1,350,000, Sold for $1,250,000.

Quaint and cozy, the home boasts 10-foot ceilings throughout as well as skylights, large sliding glass pocket doors and windows that invite natural light and cooling breezes inside. A gas fireplace is showcased in the great room while the adjacent kitchen features attractive custom cabinetry and Lemurian Blue Granite counters.

Waikii Ranch Estate | Photo credit: Spaces808

The large master suite is a private retreat with exquisite ocean views and access to the covered lanai. The spacious residence includes two guest bedrooms, multi-purpose room, formal dining room and laundry room. A three-car detached garage provides abundant space for vehicles and storage.

Waiki’i Ranch offers a number of unique amenities for its homeowners, including the state’s only official Equestrian Polo Field and arena, riding trails, as well as a fitness center, racquetball and tennis courts.

More Information:

For information on Hawaii Island real estate opportunities, please contact Carrie Nicholson, R (B), BIC, Director of HL1-Big Island, (808) 896-9749 or carrie@HL1.com.

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