Kukui‘ula is a historic Hawaiian place name. The meaning of Kukui‘ula comes from the three kukui/candlenut lava rock bowls that were placed on the property, at Kukui‘ula Harbor and on a mountain above in Kalaheo, to guide Hawaiian voyagers to Tahiti and back, as well as fishermen back to Kukui‘ula Harbor. In addition, the property was the McBryde Sugar Plantation from 1899 to 1996 and was one of the most successful and enduring of the sugar plantations of Hawai`i. Although it was named after the McBryde family, it was owned by “Big Five” companies: first Theo. H. Davis and later Alexander and Baldwin.
Today Kukui‘ula comprises a collection of custom ocean view home sites and luxury homes, villas, cottages and bungalows. The private $100 million+ clubhouse serves as the social and recreational centerpiece of the community and includes the main clubhouse, a world class spa, the Golf Clubhouse, a Tom Weiskopf-designed 18-hole golf course, and an inviting collection of swimming pools featuring a (man-made) beach and sand-pit volleyball court. The club also offers an Upcountry Farm & Lake and orchard park area.
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