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Oceanfront Homesite Opportunity Along the Acclaimed Kona Coast

$35 million | 3.64 Acre Homesites | Lot 1: 1.37 acres; Lot 2: 2.27 acres | MLS# 624507, MLS # 624508 

As reported Wednesday by Pacific Business News, this unique homesite hit the market on Monday, February 4, 2019. The property is situated within Kaupulehu Community just north of the soon-to-be-restored, iconic Kona Village Resort and is known as one of the exclusive oceanfront luxury residential communities in the state.

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The two contiguous oceanfront lots are blissfully private, yet situated close to the spacious and uber-chic Kaupulehu Beach Club with its double-tier swimming pool, dining lanai, bar, and large event lawn. The property represents two of just 20 oceanfront sites within the first phase of Kaupulehu development. It is also located near two other “super lots,” which sold for $20 million and $21.5 million each in 2016.

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Approved plans by Los Angeles-based architect Paul McClean of McClean Design Inc. are included with the purchase for a 9-bedroom main residence, garage, two-story accessory structure, site walls, pool, and water features. The plans reflect 18,590 sq. ft. of interior living square footage and a total of 29,235 sq. ft. under roof. The level site, perched peacefully above the ocean, is fully graded and ready to build with all of the utilities pulled right to the frontage of the property.

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As I mentioned in the Pacific Business News story, the design plans are very contemporary with lots of waterfall features and open space – great for enjoying the year-round idyllic weather. This is truly a legacy property that someone will want to build on and hold on to forever!

More Information

For information on this property or additional 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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