Timbers Kauai’s stunning natural setting puts the island’s lush beauty at your feet. PHOTO COURTESY OF TIMBERS KAUAI AT HOKUALA
Since its debut in 2018, Timbers Kauai at Hokuala (timberskauai.com) has set a new standard for relaxed luxury on the Garden Isle. From its stunning Jack Nicklaus golf course to delectable oceanside dining at Hualani’s (complete with ingredients sourced from Timbers’ own Farm at Hokuala) and indulgent treatments at the on-site spa, the development’s five-star amenities and stunning oceanside setting have made it a serious hot spot for second homes.
Now, Timbers Kauai has announced big news for ’22: the sales launch of its Phase II Laola Nani townhomes, which give a select few the opportunity to experience life in this paradisiacal spot. “Kauai is one of the most idyllic and pristine destinations given that much of the island is inaccessible due to its legendary landscapes,” notes Chris Burden, Timbers Resorts’ chief development officer. “Our Laola Nani townhomes offer an extremely rare opportunity to live along the island’s Pacific coast with sweeping ocean vistas, and their meticulously designed indoor-outdoor layouts mean future residents can savor the island’s natural beauty from almost any room, whether it’s watching nearby plumerias blossom or whales breaching off shore.”
Each of the 36 homes can be purchased entirely furnished and will feature a private residential setting with a split-level layout, gourmet kitchens, expansive lanais and a private plunge pool (not to mention access to all those amenities) in a stunning location along the Kauai coastline. Combine that with J. Banks Design Group’s elegant, island-inspired interiors, and it adds up to homes as stunning as the landscape that surrounds them—and a convincing reason for embracing the spirit of aloha as a full-time way of life.
Residences offer the ultimate in indoor-outdoor living. PHOTO COURTESY OF TIMBERS KAUAI AT HOKUALA
From stand-up paddleboarding to world-class golf on the property’s signature Jack Nicklaus course, adventure awaits. PHOTO COURTESY OF TIMBERS KAUAI AT HOKUALA