Whether you’re looking into the Big Island real estate and lifestyle or simply coming for vacation, figuring out the hottest spots for a culinary adventure is surely on everyone’s lists for an unforgettable time. We have put together this month’s prime selections of the most delectable locations to dine at.
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Hualalai is a picturesque destination of natural beauty with its enchanting Big Island landscapes. Covered with pristine white sand beaches and wrapped in black-lava landscapes; this has become an oasis for the worlds ultra-wealthy who seek privacy, exclusivity and absolute paradise. We have asked our very own Harold Clarke to reveal the top activities that the world’s most affluent individuals can afford during their visit to Hualalai.
For those seeking the most exclusive real estate, Luxury Big Island’s Harold Clarke, has the keys to the most highly coveted real estate on the Big Island with his knowledge of the territory and the most extensive portfolio out of all brokers on the island. We invite you to take a deeper look inside this brand new Hualalai Resort property. After all, the best part of getting away from it all is being able to afford to not have to go back.
While best known for its deep blue ocean waters, sweeping views of mountains and seascapes, and gorgeous sunsets, Hawaii isn’t all beaches.
Rare Hualalai Beachfront: Direct Ocean Views & Four Season Hualalai Resort access: Welcome to Big Island’s Finest
Picture owning your own idyllic beachfront home, with waves crashing on your beach and only steps from the Four Seasons Hualalai Resort. This extraordinaire $15.75 million beachfront home is that dream fulfilled. Situated in Hualalai Resort, the Big Island’s most desirable resort area containing 40 miles of pristine oceanfront shoreline along the Gold Coast of the Big Island.
In the age of constant connectivity, there’s a stronger case than ever for you to rage against the machines: pack your bags, leave for tropical paradise, and get blissfully disconnected while on vacation.
The first half of the year has brought double-digit growth in visitor spending and arrivals to the Big Island, mainly as a result of increased direct air service from the Mainland and Japan. This translates to increased visibility of properties currently on sale, which sellers are well-positioned to take advantage of.
Among Chinese millionaires with a net worth of at least $1.5 million, half are considering or outright planning to move abroad, according to a new survey from Hurun Report and Visas Consulting Group, as reported by CNBC.
If there’s one niche that finds continuing success in a volatile housing market, it’s the ultra-luxury segment. These homes, worth millions of dollars as substantial investments, need to be presented right to their target buyers.
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.
Interest rates and the economy are holding steady and the need nowadays for a second or third home is more apparent. Not only do you need a 2nd or 3rd home for your unique lifestyle but for income & investment purposes, as well.
It isn’t every day that one comes across a brand-new home – with such an exceptional take on modern luxury – dotting pristine Hawaiian oceanfront. This is why we can’t take our eyes off this 6,400 sq. ft. 5 Bed, 5.5 Bath Hualalai listing that boasts of contemporary open-concept living under the blessed Big Island sun.
Asian buyers are more eager than ever before to capitalize on value – and invest their money on luxury real estate in Hawaii for its continuing strength, stability and diversity.
There isn’t a shortage of things to do on a tropical paradise like Hawaii’s Big Island. From watching molten lava flow into the sea to playing a hard course at one of the championship golf courses, Big Island is a year-round treat for the luxe sportsman, adventurer, nature lover and sun worshipper rolled into one.
Always the purveyor of the most exclusive listings on the prime Hawaii destination, Luxury Big Island by Harold Clarke proudly offers a 16,455-acre property featuring six miles along the island’s southwestern coast.
“Who are these people burning cash on the Big Island’s luxury properties?”
It is not uncommon to be asked this question, particularly in light of more and more real estate getting sold on the prime Hawaii location over recent years, valued at around $5 million each.
Kukio, nestled on the beautiful Kona Coast, is paradise in action. It’s not the Big Island’s most exclusive neighborhood for nothing: it’s an enclave boasting of the first private equity Golf and Beach Club in the state, and it’s open only to homeowners and their expected guests.
Sometimes, you wonder about that one big question: what if you went on a dreamy island getaway and never left?
The who’s who in Silicon Valley count among the staunchest real estate buyers in Hawaii’s Big Island, and for reasons that demonstrate luxury and spending power.
The Big Island real estate market has drastically changed through the years to accommodate a thriving full-time resident population, not just tourists who want to stay for the weekend. Your luxury home listing should therefore be more than capable to meet constantly evolving needs and preferences that come with the changing tides.
Nothing is average about a Big Island resort. It’s a far cry from the picture of an average tourist trip to Hawaii that one may call to mind: a highly-populated Honolulu beach, fruity cocktails and a bed of seafood, and some flower lei. Big Island belongs to the Seven Wonders of the World as far as luxurious destinations go: it’s the billionaire’s dreams coming to life, taking all forms of tropical pleasure and exclusivity imaginable.
Celebrities, Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, and other high-net worth individuals don’t flock to Hawaii’s Big Island for nothing. The various communities on the Big Island are the pinnacle of luxury: built on pure exclusivity, a meticulous eye for recreation (think of championship golf courses and world-class water sport facilities), and near-perfect weather that would draw any metropolis-weary soul languishing in the contiguous 48 states.
Harold Clarke sits down with world-renowned architect, Branko Pahor, for a conversation about living on Hawaii’s Kohala Coast. Shot at the Peninsula Hotel Hong Kong.
Private Air Luxury Homes showcases Luxury Big Island by Harold Clarke’s exclusive listing of this highly appointed custom home on Hainoa Street at Four Seasons Hualalai Resort
Harold Clarke is, “a master of island living who can attest to the labor of love that has gone into the creation of this estate – from landscaping to aesthetics – this place is pure poetry.”
“Luxury Big Island: A Premier Brokerage Driven by a Passion for Hawaii and Its Clients’ Success” by Affluent Magazine
From all of us at Luxury Big Island by Harold Clarke, we wish you good health, happiness and prosperity in this year of the monkey. Whether you are visiting the island to reconnect with family or to enjoy the splendor of Hawai’i, let us show you how home ownership on the Big Island can be right for you.
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