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Lot Available: Build at the Perfect Elevation in Upper Palisades

Kaha’olino Subdivision, situated on Hualalai Mountain above the Kona International Airport, is a spectacular place to build a custom home. At 1,555 feet elevation, you are greeted with cool ocean breezes and panoramic Pacific Ocean views.

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Kaha’olino Subdivision Lot 27 (MLS# 296685)

Offered for $269,000 at Angela-Fletcher.com.

The Palisades area is a convenient location for many people that live here in Hawaii as it is just 10 minutes to the heart of downtown Kailua Kona and 25 minutes to Waikoloa and Kohala’s Gold Coast. Kaha’olino Subdivision Lot 27 is on a cul-de-sac and has underground utilities.

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20,453 square feet of graded land area, ready to build

Building a home is a great option for those dreaming of something unique and brand new. Currently, the homes in Kaha’olino Subdivision listed for sale are offered from $795,000 to $999,990, were built between 2008-2016, and feature 3-4 bedrooms. You’ll find landscaped lawns, large lanais, and sweeping ocean views from this upscale community.

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Available land and home listings at Kaha’olino Subdivision (as of 01/30/2016)

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Kaiminiani Drive, Kailua Kona, HI 96740 | Photo credit: Fletcher Films

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