Kalaheo, South Shore Kauai Homes

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This town of over 4,500 sits elevated above sea level and consists of primarily residential properties nestled in its 3 square miles of rolling hills. The name means “the proud day”, and the community certainly shares a warm feeling of pride in its neighborly charm. The temperature is typically cooler than nearby south shore towns, making it comfortably chilly during the winter months. The Tradewinds send Hawaiian air conditioning through Kalaheo, while the year round sunshine makes it a desirable place to live.

Family owned farms offer fresh locally grown fruits, veggies, eggs, and meat. Kalaheo is also home to the National Tropical Botanical Gardens headquarters and the largest coffee farm in the United States: the Kauai Coffee Estate. The locally loved Kukuiolono golf course offers 9 scenic holes, as well as a Japanese garden and walking path. Kalaheo is a quieter, calmer place to live compared to some of the island's tourism hot spots, yet sits close enough to Poipu beaches to have a chair down in the sand in a matter of minutes.

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