Piko Nani “Hilltop Beauty” sits high on a knoll at the very top of O'oma Plantation, a newer subdivision of 19 estate-sized, 2-acre parcels. This quiet, supremely private home is perfect for a serene getaway.
The elegantly finished interior of the home has high-ceilings, granite counter tops throughout, and polished travertine flooring. This tropical escape allows you to open the home and transition from indoor comfort to sunny Kona outdoor beauty. Enter this 3000 square foot retreat from a tropical courtyard and through the marble tiled foyer. The 14 feet wide pocket doors can be opened to welcome the cool Hawaiian breeze into the home and a truly spectacular ocean view past the lush landscape and waterfall pool. The house does not come equipped with air conditioning, but the elevation allows for the ocean breeze to cool the home.
The bedrooms on the north side of the home opens out onto one ocean view lanai, while the spacious master suite wing on the south side of the home opens out onto the ocean view lanai right next to the pool. The master bedroom has a private breakfast nook which could be used as your Hawaiian satellite office during your vacation. All three bedrooms have their own flat screen TV and ensuite bathrooms.
This home includes a rock water feature that cascades next to the ocean-view pool. The custom lava rock waterfall flows into the refreshing pool which faces directly to the Kona coastline. The pool is not heated, but the refreshing waters offer a cool escape from the Kona heat.
Enjoy the views of this working coffee farm. Look beyond the lawn over the gently sloping land below, to the coffee orchard. The yard includes lush grass wrapped around the home as well as tropical fruit trees (mango, avocado, papaya, lychee and assorted citrus).
This house sits north of Kona Hills, but hidden away below the highway away from all traffic.
Near town yet far enough away to give the true flavor of Hawaii. Conveniently located close to downtown Kailua Kona. Explore downtown historic Kailua Kona. The town of Kailua Kona "hides" some very important Hawaii Island historic spots. Both the Hulihee Palace and the Mokuaikaua Church are located on Alii Drive. King Kamehameha I spent his last years living near the current site of the King Kamehameha's Kona Beach Hotel until his passing in 1819. The Ahuena Heiau, located on the grounds of the hotel, is a reconstructed temple rebuilt by Kamehameha himself and is on the register of National Historic Landmarks.
Watch the people and the cruise ships come and go from the Kailua Kona Pier, with access to Hawaii’s best scuba diving, big-game fishing, kayaking, dolphin and whale watching. Visit the famous Farmer's Market. Enjoy a shave ice or a cup of Kona coffee, have a light snack or a gourmet meal, buy an inexpensive souvenir or a piece of fine art, book an activity, go for a swim or hang out at the beach. The pier is the starting and finishing point of the Ironman World Championship (October) and a great place to watch the sunset. Everything you need and want is readily available in the heart of the quaint Kailua Kona town.
Piko Nani is conveniently located, a great home base to explore the many wonders of the Big Island of Hawaii including the Volcano National Park, Mauna Kea Observatory, coffee and macadamia nut farms, artist communities, and more!
This property is equipped with Free WiFi.
Hawaiian Tax ID #TA-01