Welcome to Kona Hills
One-acre Parcels Featuring Coastline Views
Kona Hills is a luxury hillside community in the Kailua-Kona area. It is a low-density neighborhood with 55 homes and about ten undeveloped lots for future builds. Kona Hills is situated at a temperate elevation and sits above Kailua-Kona on the western slope of Hualalai Mountain, making this a popular location.
Beautiful custom homes await you in Kona Hills. Sitting on one-acre lots with gorgeous ocean views, homes in Kona Hills typically sell for between 1.5 - 3.5 million dollars. This price point is well worth it, with such high-end living in a gated community.
What to Love
- Protective CCRs and HOA
- Cooler elevation of 900-1,300 ft
- Short drive from Kailua-Kona and Kailua Bay
- Breathtaking ocean views
People & Lifestyle
Being within a high-end gated community, Kona Hills is the perfect place for those who wish to live the private, luxury lifestyle on the Hawaiian Islands. The area is also great for those who love the beach life, with excellent access to beaches for swimming, surfing, snorkeling, and many other outdoor activities.
Quiet and private, Kona Hills is perfect for the retired or semi-retired who want to spend their later years in luxury. Also loving the area’s quiet and spacious lots are families.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Kona Hills is near some great shopping and dining opportunities. The best place to find these is in nearby Kailua-Kona, which has plenty of options.
Just ten minutes away is Kailua-Kona's Historic Downtown
. With many great boutique shops offering everything from gifts to clothing, the historic village is great for strolling and shopping. The downtown area is also home to great restaurants and art galleries.
When it’s time to dine out, a fun restaurant is Papa Kona Restaurant & Bar, an oceanfront restaurant with a laid-back vibe, live music, and an international menu. Also in the area is Krua Thai Cuisine, a Thai-style restaurant with a warm ambiance and features a family recipe menu with varying levels of spice.
Things to Do
There are also many great activities in the area around Kona Hills. Whether you want to experience a local event or relax on the beach, there will be something fun for you to do.
When looking around for a local event or festival to enjoy, visit Coconut Grove, which hosts events from time to time. And if you are looking for something else to do, make the short trip to the Kamehameha Day Celebration at the Keauhou Shopping Center to celebrate Hawaiian history. Another great place to explore the history of the area is Hulihe‘e Palace, which houses artifacts and hosts cultural events throughout the year, all hosted in the former summer home of Hawaiian royalty.
There are some great beaches near the Kona Hills area, so head north to catch some sun, swim, and boogie board at Kua Bay. Or, 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.
Kona Hills is close to several excellent schools. Educational opportunities include:
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