This inviting oceanfront property is located about 12 miles south of Kailua-Kona near the historic Kealakekua Bay, a protected marine life conservation district. Situated on approximately half an acre, with exceptional 180-degree views of the coastline, this beach house is a fantastic example of Hawaii indoor/outdoor living.
Enter the mature landscaped property through an iron double gate.
A gated entry gives way to the park-like front yard where you are greeted by the natural beauty of a native Monkeypod tree and manicured landscape. Three bedrooms, two and a half baths, a private studio and two outdoor showers provide expansive ocean views from almost every room.
Large sliding doors open to spectacular ocean views of a thousand-year-old settled bay.
The interior showcases a wood cathedral ceiling in the dining and kitchen area, art niches throughout the house and a 300 bottle wine cellar for wine enthusiasts. Open floor plan allows cross breezes to flow through the house and result in natural cooling and a healthy home.
Enjoy the Bay views from the upstairs bedroom
Porcelain tile floors are found in the dining, kitchen and master bedroom, while the secondary bedrooms have hardwood parquet floor tiles.
Breathtaking views of the ocean
The expansive grassy backyard creates endless possibilities for your family gatherings, events and entertaining.
Watch dolphins playfully swim in the bay and seasonal humpbacks whales breaching offshore right in your own backyard.
Hawaii Island living at its best.
Quiet and peaceful, with mesmerizing views just steps away from the ocean, this rare find has one of the best snorkeling, kayaking and scuba diving spots on the island.
Take your snorkeling gear to secluded Manini Beach that is just around the corner, paddle over to Captain Cook’s monument or visit the City of Refuge which is a few minutes away.
South Kona Coast.
This is a perfect place to enjoy the wonders of Kealakekua Bay.
Much Aloha and A Hui Hou!