- Bedroom 11 King
- Bedroom 21 King
- Bedroom 32 Queens
- Common Space1 Sofa Bed
All Rooms open to the ocean to fully enjoy spectacular oceanfront living in the Kahalu’u Bay. Enter the beautiful Hoku' Ea Hale named for the beautiful turtle gate that provides complete privacy from the outside. You will immediately be drawn to the enormous covered lanai offering unobstructed 180-degree ocean views. Relax with a cup of famous Kona Coffee and take in the amazing panoramic views while watching the often going by spinner dolphins and the whales that play in the winter, all the while listening to the sounds of the ocean—or enjoy watching spectacular sunsets each evening over the Pacific from the comfort of your own lanai. It is said that Hoku’ Ea Hale ideal viewpoint is the best location in Kona and the additional direct access from your backyard for snorkeling, surfing, learning to surf, paddle-boarding, swimming, dolphins, and hanging out with turtles in its pools.
The Breeze newspaper has written that Hoku’ Ea Hale as one of the "Top Beachfront Houses in America".
The prevailing trade winds from the west over the ocean and the mountain breezes from the east blow through for natural cooling.
This home offers everything that will make your vacation one not to be forgotten. The home sits on a point with direct views and access to your private ocean pool by walking off the rocks just in front of the house into the Kahalu’u Beach County Park, one of the best snorkeling locations with fish, turtles and the place to learn to surf in Hawaii. The pools and ocean immediately around Hoku’ Ea have crystal-clear turquoise water with an extensive variety of abundant tropical fish. The oceanfront grass has many lawn games to play with. The house has included for your use ocean equipment and toys for all ages: croquet, bocce ball, badminton, horse shoes, many snorkels and masks and noodles, swimming goggles, a surfboard, 3 body boards(morey boogie), 2 bicycles, and sports balls.
After a great time in the ocean relax in your oceanfront jacuzzi watching the sunset with a drink.
The open kitchen allows for many chefs to cook while enjoying views of the ocean.
· New washer and dryer
· New outdoor SPA
· Free Wi-Fi
· Free long-distance phone service to US mainland and Canada
· New high-end bedroom furniture
· High open beam ceilings with many fans
· Apple TV that includes free Amazon Prime Video shows on large flat screen TV
· Free use of ocean equipment and surfboards
The huge downstairs master bedroom with a king size bed enjoys doors that open wide to the covered lanai and overlooking the sea. Large master bath with twin sinks and large walk in shower.
A bonus room with a large flat screen TV, high speed cable connections, DVD player, queen sized sleeper sofa is right off the living room. Downstairs has a half bath with an outside shower overlooking the ocean.
Upstairs the south bedroom with new king bed overlooks all Kahalu'u Bay with all the snorkelers and surfer spot. The north upstairs bedroom has two queen beds with stunning ocean view. A large bathroom with twin sinks, a huge jetted spa tub and shower separates the two bedrooms.
All bedrooms are direct oceanfront and have new flat screen TVs.
The outside BBQ grill is perfect for all the fish that you may catch or purchase.
Hoku’ Ea Hale is located at the Kahalu’u National Historic District. Hawaiian Kings and high Chiefs lived here because of this best locality.
No other house on Kahalu’u Bay has the complete privacy, size of indoor living space and outdoor lanai space and panoramic views, including toys and amenities, and access to the ocean water that this house offers; as it is uniquely situated on a point into the ocean on one of the biggest oceanfront lots of almost 10,000 sq ft.
The home is conveniently located close to many amenities which include a plethora of dining options (including the famous Sam Choy & Aloha Bar & Grille Restaurants), a movie theater and shopping center, all within a five-minute drive or a bike ride.
Kahalu'u Bay has a few different waves to offer. The reef breaks can range from mellow to powerful, normal to long and go both left and right. The paddle out is towards the rock at the edge of the breakwater. Longboards are ideal here. Consistency is year-round.