Kukio isn’t dubbed the crowning glory of Kona Coast on Hawaii’s Big Island for nothing. Apart from boasting of 1,100 acres of oceanfront property, it provides exceptionally mild weather all year round for a tranquil, exclusive private resort experience. The soothing touch of nature is paired off with the Kukio Golf and Beach Club, the first of its kind in the state.
Just one of the premium listings in this parcel of paradise is a $5.25 million home that empowers its future owners with so much space conveying luxury and sophistication.
Abundance of Space and Sophistication
The five-bedroom house, sitting on 29,447 square feet of land, provides more than 8,400 sq. ft. of air-conditioned space. It is replete with custom home features such as a commercial-grade kitchen, 500-bottle wine storage, and a secluded game room. Its four-car garage is just as generous as its bedroom and baths that afford absolute privacy.
One is ready to host moonlit barbeque nights or intimate socials with the fire pit, outdoor bar, and modern outdoor sofas. A relaxing dip beckons with the outdoor pool and hot tub, while a steam room satisfies one’s health indulgence.
This North Kona property, situated in one of the most distinguished addresses in Hawaii, is filled with palm trees and tropical foliage that marry well with extraordinary service and amenities. The nearby Beach Club offers ocean activities and sports such as sailing and paddling outrigger canoes, and one would be left in awe at how fancy can possibly escalate with the diverse dining and recreational options around.
Luxury Development on The Big Island
In recent years, the Big Island has transformed from being a vacation or retirement hotspot into emerging as a prime residential destination for high-net-worth individuals (HNWIs) and ultra-high-net-worth individuals (UHNWIs) in the United States and abroad. This dynamic market offers some of the most diverse resort properties, from oceanfront luxury homes to ranch estates to golf course developments.
Today it is home to over 200,000 full-time residents, with an average daily foot traffic approaching 22,000 people. Its singular appeal for potential homeowners, however, is its uncompromised privacy, where doors and gateways in its exclusive subdivisions don’t open to unwanted visitors.
Big Island opportunities for recreation and the good life include a myriad of water sports, high-end dining and shopping choices, and world-class amenities such as spa and fitness and championship golf courses for property owners.
With the influx of committed buyers from around the world, the Big Island maintains a constant demand for luxury development. While developers typically chide the state’s land-use laws as too complex and its environmental regulations too burdensome, partnering with experienced broker Harold Clarke of Luxury Big Island can address any immediate difficulty and make building an easier, more fruitful prospect.