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About South Kona

South Kona combines modern-day luxury with the laid-back Hawaiian lifestyle. A rural setting on the Kona Coast that is filled with magnificent views, black sand beaches, pristine bays, coffee farms, roadside fruit stands, and art galleries. There is an array of activities to keep residents busy on this part of the Island, you can hang out at the beach at Ho’okena with the family, take a hike, play a round of golf, or indulge in bayside adventures like canoeing, stand-up paddleboarding, or snorkeling through the clear Pacific waters.

Locals can explore a range of cultural sites in South Kona. The Pu’uhonua O Honaunau National Park, an ancient Place of Refuge is located here – in the past, those who broke sacred laws could find sanctuary here and have their life spared.

The famous Painted Church, overlooking Kealakekua Bay is also in South Kona. Kealakekua Bay was the first landing spot of European settlers, Captain Cook – a British explorer who arrived in 1779 and also met his end here.

Residents here enjoy a perpetual summer and pleasant temperatures year-round. A typical day in South Kona is clear, with blue skies in the morning and slightly overcast in the afternoons, providing some cloud cover for those colorful Hawaiian sunsets. Temperatures in South Kona are consistently around 75 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit, keeping the ocean warm, great for swimming or snorkeling, even in the winter. Paddling, snorkeling, and scuba diving off Kealakekua Bay and 2 step are very popular.

South Kona Real Estate

The lifestyle in South Kona is calm and relaxing, with a uniquely natural feel. Some of the best ocean views on the Big Island can be enjoyed from homes in South Kona. The sunsets and sweeping ocean views are mesmerizing. The Kipahoehoe Natural Area Reserve and the Mauna Loa Volcano are on the backdoor of many of the properties here.

In South Kona, you will find a mix of leasehold and fee simple properties to choose from. There are custom-built new homes, renovated plantation-style properties, remodeled older homes, vacant land to build your custom dream home, and a select few million-dollar oceanfront properties to choose from.

The private community of Hokulia is located in South Kona and has luxury real estate for sale including a range of magnificent oceanfront houses, or vacant homesites just steps from the ocean.

The Kona real estate market has grown significantly over the past few years and now presents a range of investment opportunities for buyers. The beautiful black sand beaches, water activities, scenic views, make South Kona the perfect home destination. If you are looking to buy real estate in South Kona, contact Renee to find your dream tropical island escape.