The South Kona district encompasses several small towns which have grown up around upland ranches and coffee farms and coastal settlements that were once fishing villages along the shore. Rich in Hawaiian history, each town has its own charming, intimate flavor built on the hard work of generations of farmers and ranchers.
From the cool, moist upper elevation, where Kona coffee was born, down the leeward slopes to the calm bay that welcomed Captain Cook, this area offers the best of many worlds. The ocean is easily accessible here and Kona is famous for its gentle and bounteous seas.
Real estate opportunities in South Kona are diverse, ranging from custom homes to farmland and ranches, bed and breakfasts and commercial property to beach cottages and condominiums. Because each neighborhood is its own micro-culture, an experienced Clark Realty agent can help you navigate the options to identify the property that is best suited to your needs.