Sold For $272,000 on Jul 13, 2017


  • MLS# 298201
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Full Baths
  • 921 SQFT


Wonderful 16 acre resort community located in the popular Keauhou neighborhood near shopping, snorkeling, diving and many other activities. Townhouse #8 is a 2 story, 2 bedroom, 2 bath unit with brand new Split-Zone air conditioning. Only a few steps from a small gray sand beach where you can watch the sunsets, have a picnic with friends, and watch the whales in winter. Surf & Racquet amenities include a gated entry, spectacular tropical landscaping, 3 lighted tennis courts, and a swimming pool just refurbished in August/Sept of 2016. Onsite manager and crew take excellent care of the entire property. New appliances, ceiling fans, most faucets & interior paint.

Monthly association dues include new cable and internet service with wifi! Monthly dues of $651.00 include the following: Fee is $394, reserve is $148, cable is $66 and sewer is $43

If you're seeking a comfortable, friendly and welcoming neighborhood for your new home or vacation home, this is the place. Surf and Racquet is also a desirable location for both long term and vacation rentals.

Currently vacant and easy to show.

Please include pre-approval letter if applicable with offer.

Seller prefers Title Guaranty - Kona.

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Sold Date
Jul 13, 2017
Sold Price
$272,000
Listed Price
$285,000
Days On Market
74
Price Per Square Foot
$295
Assessed Value
$208,800
Annual Property Tax
$1,917
Tenure
Fee Simple
Tax Key (TMK)
Condo Maintenance
$651 Monthly
Condo Project
78-6800 ALII DR, #8
Previous List Price
$289,000
Mountain View
Yes
Oceanfront
Yes
Pool
Yes
Ohana/ADU
No

Interior

Flooring
Carpet
Stone
Appliances
Disposal
Dishwasher
Refrigerator
Range/Oven
Range Hood
Washer/Dryer
Stacked Washer/Dryer
Gross Living Area
921
Heating/Cooling
Air Conditioning
Split/Zoned
Unit Description
Even Number Unit
Garden
Inside Unit
No Unit Above or Below
T

Exterior

Zoning
RM-3
Parking
Assigned
Road Description
Private
Frontage
Almost Oceanfront
Security Des.
Gated Community
View
Garden
Mountain
Flood Zone Click to view tooltip
AE
Design
Double Wall
Wood Frame

Building Features

Year Built
1971
Total Units
8

Utilities

Power
Electricity
Underground
Water
Municipal
Wastewater
Sewer-Connected
Telephone
Cable
Cell
Land Line
TV
Cable
Internet
Cable
Solid Waste Disposal
Included with Maintenance Fees

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Keauhou Resort

Moku: (North) Kona
Ahupua‘a: Keauhou & Kahalu‘u

Described by Lily Dudoit, Director of Culture at The Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay, as “a place where time and space meet, generating a new current, and a new beginning,” Keauhou was once a thriving fishing village and home to Hawaii’s royalty.

Located just a few miles south of Kailua Village, the Keauhou resort community is unique among the Kona-Kohala resort areas in that it seamlessly blends with surrounding neighborhoods and commercial areas rather than being separated by expanses of lava fields or undeveloped land. Proximity to shopping, entertainment venues and widely varied dining options infuses Keauhou with an energetic, urban feel, while the raw beauty of the Kona coastline, mana of protected archaeological sites and accessibility to the agricultural abundance of Holualoa and South Kona allows modern day development to exist in balance with the rugged natural character of the area.

For water enthusiasts, nearby Kahalu'u Bay, Keauhou Bay, White Sands Beach and other surf and bodyboarding spots along Ali’i Drive offer a myriad of options for swimming, snorkeling or paddling out for a session at your favorite break. Keauhou is also one of the world’s top destinations for big game sportfishing.

Golfers can schedule a tee time at nearby Makalei Golf Course, Big Island Country Club, or venture further up the Kohala Coast to courses at Waikoloa, Mauna Lani or Mauna Kea. Cyclists, hikers, runners or those looking for a short stroll through a coffee farm will also find many options for a day on a trail or on the road.

Today in Keauhou and Kahalu'u, even as residential development continues, many cultural sites, including heiau (temples) and fishponds, are also being restored to preserve the area’s rich heritage. “As the times change, so do the people. As the land changes, so do the people. As people change, so do the stories. This reminds us of the importance of passing down the history to our families so the stories can live on for generations,” says Dudoit.

If you are considering a move to the west side of the Big Island or investment in a vacation home in Hawaii, this is a place where you and your family can create your own stories, interwoven with the story of Keauhou, to share for generations to come.

For more information about on-going restoration work at Kaukulaelae Point at Keauhou Bay, please read Kaukulaelae, We Honor You, from the January-February 2015 edition of Ke Ola Magazine.


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