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Homes for Sale in Kailua Kona

Many visitors get their first real Hawaiian experience in the main town of Kailua-Kona.

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There are many amazing homes for sale in Kailua Kona.  The calm and clear waters make it the perfect setting for diving, spotting dolphins and  Hawaiian green sea turtles. There are many properties for sale on the Kona coast, where you’ll find big adventure. Kona is just one of the many options to consider when searching for a home for sale on the Big Island of Hawai’i.

Just beyond Kailua-Kona lies  a very popular vacation destination. There is a constant flux of cruise ships  that visit daily with many happy passengers and international visitors.

Kona, on the west side of Hawaii, is also a fine place to live.

Right up the hill, the slopes of Mt. Hualalai take you to on one of Hawaii’s historic by-ways. Kona serves as a visible and dynamic example of Hawaii’s famed melting pot of races and cultures where you will find an energy like no other place on the island.

Naturally, North Kona property is in high demand. Fortunately this is the best time to be searching for a home for sale in Kona, Hawaii. The opportunity will not last, so we urge you to act quick when it comes to purchasing the luxury home of your dreams at a price you can afford. Prices and inventory fluctuate rapidly in this broader national economy. With Homes for Sale Big Island Hawaii, you work with an experienced and knowledgeable real estate agent who will assist you with avoiding the nuances of research and the purchasing process. Are you looking for an oceanfront condo, a custom home, beach cottage, a vacation villa, retirement or second home, townhouse, or even commercial property? If so I will assist you in finding the right property in North Kona.

Did you also know that Kona is home to the world-famous Ironman World Championship Triathlon? All eye’s point to Kona during this main attraction held each year in October in Kailua-Kona.

The death of Captain James Cook was in the Kona region. The Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park now marks the place of his death back in 1779.   Kona is home to beautiful landmarks where you can visit both the Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park and Honokohau Settlement and Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park.

The Kona district provides an ideal microclimate for growing coffee. This is a result of  the volcanic slopes of Hualālai and Mauna Loa. Kona coffee is considered one of the premium specialty coffees of the world.[1]