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Oceanfront Oasis: Your Sneak Peek of Exclusive Kohanaiki

Lauren Finney Harden | March 9, 2021 | Home & Real Estate Feature Home & Real Estate

Resort-style living is a phrase thrown about a lot, but at this property on the Big Island of Hawai‘i, it holds up and then some.


PHOTO BY DAVID TONNES, PANAVIZ PHOTOGRAPHY/COURTESY OF HAWAI‘I LIFE REAL ESTATE BROKERS
PHOTO BY DAVID TONNES, PANAVIZ PHOTOGRAPHY/COURTESY OF HAWAI‘I LIFE REAL ESTATE BROKERS

Located within Kohanaiki, a private club community accessible only by invitation, this custom-built home designed by Shay Zak has over 8,200 square feet of space. Requiste indoor-outdoor living amenities such as a pool with Baja bench, outdoor showers, multiple lanais and pocket doors that open to sweeping views of the Pacific are complemented by the best in luxury living, including a chef’s kitchen, home theater, custom cabinetry and six bedrooms. “The home offers detailed craftsmanship, fine woodwork and unique custom features,” says listing agent Carrie Nicholson of Hawai‘i Life Real Estate Brokers. She notes that Hawai‘i Island is hot right now: “My clients are attracted here because it offers some of the most lush waterfalls, beautiful white sandy beaches and tropical rainforest areas with hiking, snorkeling and more.”

Nicholson explains, “Kohanaiki is a private club community, and by invitation only, a homeowner can join to be part of the club, which offers 450 acres of oceanfront amenities. It incorporates a mixture of some of the best resort membership privileges available. The property is in close proximity to the clubhouse, and offers some of the best expansive ocean and coastline views.” $19.45 million, 73-4746 Aukai Place, Kailua-Kona, carrie-nicholson.com; hawaiilife.com



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