Hale Pu'uhonua, Mauna Lani Resort, Big Island, Hawaii

Location, Hawaii

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Price Reduced USD 2,295,000

Tenure: Freehold

PRICE REDUCED: Hale Pu'uhonua has a built area of approximately 372m2 (4,000 sq ft) over one level with 4 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, a beautifully equipped epicurean kitchen, a private heated infinity-edge pool, two outdoor showers, an outdoor grill and dining area and a fully equipped theatre room. Upscale island decor, including thatched ceilings and mahogany trim throughout, sets the mood for relaxing and enjoyable stays in one of the Big Island's sunniest and most beautiful areas.

Just a short distance from the hypnotic ocean swells and white sand beaches, this private residence is part of the prestigious Champion Ridge subdivision, and forms part of the only residential development in Hawaii designed around an 18-hole putting course.

The nearby North Course at the prestigious Mauna Lani Resort is one of two championship Mauna Lani golf courses known for their challenging play and artful blend of black lava, white sand beaches and stunning ocean views. A short distance away is the Mauna Lani Beach Club, which offers a protected environment for swimming and snorkelling.

Ancient Hawaiian royalty claimed sunny Kohala Coast as their home because of its beautiful weather and ebony lava fields. The Big Island is also home to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park where Kilauea Volcano has been erupting since 1983. Famous Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area is located just 15 minutes from the residence, and America's rainiest city, nearby Hilo, is host to gorgeous, green rainforests.

Proximity of destination attractions

  • Three minutes to the Mauna Lani Resort's golf clubhouse
  • Fifteen minutes to Hapuna Beach State Park, frequently voted best beach in the U.S.
  • 2-3 hours to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park


Destination Features

  • This Champion Ridge home is located in the only residential development in Hawaii designed around an 18-hole putting course
  • Access to Mauna Lani Resort's picturesque and private North or South golf courses
  • Beach Club with a protected environment for snorkelling; a beach grill and restroom facilities (one mile away)
  • Access to fitness centre and spa
  • The Shops at Mauna Lani - upscale restaurants, shops, galleries, and grocery store

Kona International Airport (KOA) is 30 minutes away by car.

Regional info

Nicknamed "The Orchid Isle," the Big Island of Hawaii is famous for many things - active volcanoes, black sand beaches, world-class surfing and golfing - but perhaps it's the warm, welcoming attitude of the island's natives that truly sets this tropical wonderland apart. With a resident population of roughly 200,000 and an economy that's heavily reliant on tourism, you can expect to hear the word mahalo (thank you) almost everywhere you go.

Originally formed from five separate volcanoes, the Big Island is the largest island in the United States - bigger than all of the other Hawaiian Islands combined. And thanks to the two currently active volcanoes at Mauna Loa and Kilauea, the island is actually still growing. In addition to its scenic coastline, rugged landscape and idyllic weather, the Big Island is also home to a bounty of agricultural products, including macadamia nuts, papaya, exotic flowers and the world-famous Kona coffee. It's been said that a visit to the Big Island of Hawaii is like visiting heaven, right here on earth.

Like most of the Hawaiian Islands, the Big Island has only two seasons: summer, between May and October, and winter, between October and April. Rainfall is highly variable around the island, based on elevation and location.

Eleven different climate zones provide an artist's paradise of colors and landscapes - from emerald rainforests to black sand beaches to snow-capped mountains. The sun-filled shores of the Kohala Coast serve as a tropical playground, offering both world-class beaches and world-renowned golf courses.

Hilo, on the rainy windward side of the island, has an average of 128 inches of rainfall annually. Along the Kohala Coast on the leeward side, the climate is just the opposite and receives a scant 10 inches annually.

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