Welcome to Kona Heavens
Subdivision of Lush Landscape and Comfortable Homes
The Kona Heavens is an established subdivision located just north of Kailua-Kona on the western slope of Hualalai Mountain at a cooler elevation between 900 and 1,100 feet. One of the greatest benefits of its location is that the homes have beautiful ocean and coastline views. Underground utilities make these views unmarred, making this subdivision an ideal place to call home.
Located on spacious acre lots, Kona Heavens features custom homes that are well-established. The average home size is 2,800 square feet. The price of these homes ranges from $1.2m to $2.5m on average.
What to Love
- Large ocean and coastline views
- Cooler elevation
- Close to Kailua Kona, the ocean, and Honokohau Harbor
People & Lifestyle
Kona Heavens is ideal for island luxury living. With many homes featuring their own pools, on top of the pleasant elevation, Kona Heavens invites the poolside lifestyle that most people crave. There are ample opportunities for leisure activity and relaxation. If you love gardening, Kona Heavens offers the ideal space and climate for growing just about anything you can imagine!
Anyone that loves quiet and cool tropical living will find a welcome home here.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
There are plenty of great commercial and dining opportunities in the area surrounding Kona Heavens. The following are just a few of the best in their respective categories.
Find all of your grocery needs at the nearby Costco just minutes away. A short drive into Kailua-Kona, the Historic Downtown features many great boutique shops offering everything from gifts to clothing, perfect for strolling and shopping. The downtown area is also home to great restaurants and art galleries. Also in the area is Coconut Grove, a shopping complex with a variety of clothing and specialty stores.
If you’re looking for a great restaurant to try, head over to Umekes Fish Market Bar & Grill, which serves poke bowls and other Hawaiian fare in a spacious setting with a full bar. For a more casual, waterside experience, visit the Fish Hopper Seafood & Steaks. This restaurant serves classic surf ‘n’ turf as well as Hawaiian fare. For dessert, head to Gypsea Gelato to try some delicious gelato that also comes in vegan and dairy-free options to fit many diets.
Things to Do
There are also some great events and activities near Kona Heavens. Whether looking for a local event or to spend a day out in the sun, these options could be the perfect fit for you.
Hawaiian Sunset Saturday, which is held one Saturday every month, is a great event to see the beautiful Hawaiian sunset as well as see hula dancing and listen to live island music. Also the annual Kona Coffee Cultural Festival, placing importance on the coffee-growing industry on the culture of Hawaii.
If you would enjoy a visit to the beach with a historic tie-in go to Kaloko-Honokōhau National Historical Park
, which is a historic beachside wildlife refuge with ruins of early fish ponds and petroglyphs as well as a salt and pepper beach frequented by green sea turtles. If surfing is your activity, you'll love the proximity to Kohanaiki Beach Park
also known as Pine Trees.
The area around Kona Heavens is home to several excellent schools. Educational opportunities include:
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