Captivating News – Hokulia’s 81-6575 Hia Ai Ono Place has been featured within the online luxury publication of Dwell.com
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Pendant lights adorn the dining room with panoramic ocean views through the pocket doors.
The home ushers in guests through double doors and a lush courtyard straight into an ocean view through the house.
Dwell wrote, “Listed at $7.995 million by Carrie Nicholson of Hawaii Life, this four-bedroom Hawaiian estate sits along the fairway within the private residential golf community of Hokulia, along the panoramic Kona Coast. Stretching across 1.5 acres with views of the Pacific Ocean and Mt. Hualalai volcano, 81-6575 Hia Ai Ono Place graciously welcomes its future owners with an expansive floor plan.”
Designed for indoor-outdoor living, the home features disappearing doors and outdoor furniture.
A living room view inside the home.
“The four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom home features pocket doors for seamless indoor-outdoor living, a beautiful lanai, infinity edge pool and warm-toned natural materials throughout the interior design. Vaulted wood ceilings, sleek geometric design around every corner, and rainforest-style indoor and outdoor showers reflect the home’s nod to its Hawaiian roots.”, said Dwell.com.
The infinity edge pool, complete with lounge chairs designed into the pool, seemingly pours into the ocean vista.
The home welcomes owners with a gracious circular designed driveway.
Dwell also noted, “Future owners can enjoy every amenity within Hokulia’s Clubhouse, including its signature spa, fitness center, tennis courts, club pool, and open-air dining pavilion & bar. Designed for outdoor adventure, the club also offers ocean activities including an outrigger canoe program, world class fishing along the coast, and experiences at the shoreline park and interpretive center.”
The home by evening light, featuring two outdoor fire pits.