Private Residence At Exclusive Neighborhood At Hualālai

Rob Kildow

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One of only two homes located on Ke Alaula Way, this very private 6-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom home offers a unique layout, ideal for comfortable living and effortless entertaining. Set adjacent to the 2nd green of the Members’ only Ke‘olu Golf Course, this home offers grand views of the fairway, Hualālai Mountain and ocean sunsets.

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The interior finishes include mahogany doors and windows, walnut travertine flooring, ceiling treatments with mahogany soffits and cove lighting, premium-line custom furnishings and accessories. The outdoor living space enjoys an infinity edge swimming pool with tiled turtle artwork and a raised spa and built-in barbecue area with under-counter beverage refrigerator.

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To enhance your island lifestyle and provide ease of living technology, recent upgrades include a new roof with photovoltaic system, dramatically lowering electricity costs, and smart home capabilities controlled remotely and through the Control 4 app. Additional upgrades consist of remote controlled blinds in the great room and dining area, new audio and visual systems throughout, and a separate media room.

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Further enhancements include a gate into the motor court entry and a complete reinstallation of impressive landscaping and exterior lighting. The residence is centrally located between the Four Seasons Resort and Hualālai Club amenities with nearby access to Ke Alaula Street shortcut golf cart path leading to the beach and Hualālai Canoe Club.

Address: 72-308 Ke Alaula Way, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740

Price: $7,950,000

Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 5.5

View the listing here.

For more information, contact Rob Kildow at 808-896-8800 or [email protected].

Rob Kildow is the exclusive agent representing the Hualalai Resort, Kailua Kona, Hawaii, real estate market as a member of the Haute Residence Real Estate Network. View all of his listings here.

Images courtesy of Rob Kildow

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