South Kohala Waikoloa Beach Resort Area Life At Naupaka Kai Place

Dated: 07/12/2017

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Named after the hardy naupaka bushes that you find all along the coast of the Big Island, Naupaka Kai Place is a truly one of a kind opportunity to live on the water in the heart of paradise. A private gated community consisting of only 11 lots ranging in size from approximately 3/4 to 1.5 acres, each of the nine ocean front lots at Naupaka Kai Place enjoys 200 feet or more of shoreline frontage. While much of the Kohala coastline consists of lava cliffs that make access to the water dangerous or even impossible, the coral pebble strewn shore fronting Naupaka Kai Place allows relatively easy access to the water for fishing, tide pooling and hiking along the coastal trail. Flanking the subdivision are natural preserves that protect several species of rare marine life in the anchialine ponds habitat.


As of 2014 only one of these prime ocean front lots had been developed. The exclusive vacation property located at the southern boundary of the subdivision took advantage of the slightly raised profile of the oceanfront lots to create a stunning infinity pool that blends seamlessly with the sparkling waters of the Pacific. Whales appear to leap right out of the pool and a special whale watching tower gives residents a better look at these massive creatures. With a 35 foot height limit, the possibility of building a two story residence exists so that even homes on the two non-oceanfront lots can enjoy spectacular ocean views.


Gazing at the glassy waters of the Pacific tucked behind the protective peaks of the towering Hualalai and Mauna Kea volcanoes will feel like you are a million miles from civilization. Yet, you are only a two minute walk along the coastal trail from one of thirteen fine restaurants at the Hilton Waikoloa Village and just an easy stroll from shopping, golf and all the amenities the Waikoloa Resort has to offer

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