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Island living at it's best in prestigious Kohala Ranch from this 3,372 square foot estate offering magnificent ocean and sunset panoramas as well as incomparable mountain views of Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa and Hualalai.
Go for a swim in the luxurious, heated, 75 foot salt-water lap pool and relax and enjoy the evening ocean sunsets in the covered outdoor dining area or the very spacious, 1,700 square foot, covered lanai.
Encompassing 11.37 acres, this gated estate is located at the end of a private cul-de-sac leading to a island-style ranch residence bordered by white, three rail fencing.
This 3 bedroom, 3 bath and 2, one-half bath residence includes a living room with retractable sliding glass doors that open onto the pool area with unobstructed views of the Kohala Coast, a thoughtfully designed kitchen for dining and entertaining, a library that can be used as a den or an office, a Bougainvillea shaded gazebo, and a "lawn" game court.
Other features include mature landscaping gracing the property, a koi pond, and a 3-car, 969 square foot garage.
A Photovoltaic system and solar water heating ensures reduced electricity costs.
A gated community located within 20 minutes of the best Kohala Coast beaches, resorts, golf courses, and restaurants, Kohala Ranch encompasses nearly 4,000 acres of wide open spaces along the North Kohala coast of Hawaii's Big Island. Underground utilities provide outstanding views of the ocean, sky and stars for all residents.
Bonus Offer: The Seller also owns the 12.15 acre parcel directly adjacent to this property, and will consider selling it along the sale of their home.
North Kohala is the northernmost district of the Big Island. Here, volcano goddess Pele’s creation has geologically matured and weathered over millennia from rugged lava into lush, rolling agricultural lands and wild isolated valleys. North Kohala is the birthplace of Kamehameha the Great and as such is a landmark of Hawaiian history. This area serves as both a center of ranching and agricultural production and as a bedroom community to the high-end resorts of the adjacent South Kohala Coast.
The small towns of Hawi and Kapa'au are home to a community of artists, business professionals, paniolo (cowboys), kama'aina families and retirees. Their colorful main street is lined with shops, galleries, eateries and markets that beckon the curious to stop and "talk story." Overall, the climate is benign, but powerful winds and storms can blow through.
Traveling south along the coast, residents of communities like Kohala Ranch and Kohala Estates, poised high above the coast, enjoy sweeping views of the ocean and neighboring Maui, seasonal whale-watching and breathtaking sunsets. Further down along the shore, property designated as Hawaiian Homelands runs into the Kawaihae area. Once a thriving center of Kamehameha’s kingdom, Kawaihae is still home to the ancient Hawaiian temple of Pu'ukohola.
With its rich history, artistic energy and vast open spaces, North Kohala is known to lure those seeking a sense of place and peace on Hawaii’s Big Island.