This beautiful home features luxury and artistic touches to add a splash of sophistication to your vacation. The beautiful layout, wood floors and cool tiles fill the house.
The master bedroom is located on the upper level. This room includes a California king bed, walk-in closet and very spacious bathroom. The dual-head shower and bench lend to spa-like experience. There is a peekaboo window which includes a privacy curtain which can be opened to view the sunset from the shower. There is also a bonus room upstairs has a twin trundle bed; perfect for kids or single adults! There is a half bath available to be used with this room. Each of the two guest rooms on the lower levels have their own ensuite bathrooms. One room includes and indoor bath, outdoor shower, and private outdoor breakfast nook!
The fully-equipped kitchen is great from those travelling cooks. The kitchen gadgets make it easy to bring the gourmet experience to your vacation. Alternatively, the outdoor grill is perfect for get-togethers or romantic sunset dinners on the upper deck. The coastline view runs from south Ali’i Drive all the way up to the airport.
Sit on the upper or lower outdoors spaces for spectacular coastline views from this home located right above Kailua-Kona Village at about a 700 feet elevation. The hillside home offers comfortable cooler night mountain breezes and sunny warm days to jump in the newly plastered pool. The prevailing trade winds from the west over the ocean and the mountain breezes from the east make this home so comfortable that there is no need for air conditioning.
Just a few miles down the shoreline you will find Kahalu’u Beach State Park, famous for its encounters with the graceful green Hawaiian Sea Turtles. The Keauhou Bay area offers great ocean access, scuba diving, and sailing, catamaran, fishing charters, sea kayaking and outrigger canoeing.
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.
Maluhia 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-022-569-1648-01