Hokulia Phase 2, Lot 63 is an exceptional second row parcel with 1.64 acres that is graded and ready to build with all utilities stubbed along the frontage of the property. Build your custom residential home on this spectacular estate.
Hokulia is a luxury residential community spanning 1,260 uncrowded acres along Hawai‘i Island's famed Kona Coast. With three miles of elevated, west-facing shoreline, the property is set away from the island's densely populated resort bubbles. Hokuli‘a offers members access to an award-winning Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course and best-in-class amenities including an exquisitely-designed clubhouse, Pavilion restaurant, ocean adventures, sports-courts and aquatic activities.
One of the most coveted amenities is the spectacularly designed Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course, which was masterfully planned to maximize the dramatic ocean views at nearly every tee box and green. Sheltered from the strong winds that affect golfers in many other areas of Hawai‘i, the course enjoys gentle ocean breezes and warm temperatures year-round. Consistently ranked among the best private golf courses in Hawaii, the impeccably designed fairways follow the gentle slopes and naturally undulating topography of Hokulia’s oceanfront locale.
Seller is willing to pay $150,000 at closing to be used towards the Buyers membership at The Club at Hokulia. This property includes a completed archeological survey report.
Courtesy of Hawaii Life, Carrie Nicholson
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