Exceptional panoramic coastal views from this supremely private, quiet, end of the road location. Sitting high on a knoll at the very top of O'oma Plantation, a newer subdivision of 19 estate-sized, 2-acre parcels.
Enter this 3000 square foot retreat from a tropical courtyard, through an imposing marble tiled foyer, and then turn to face the endless views, opening up before you through the 14 feet wide pocket doors, barely dividing indoor from outdoor living. The elegantly finished interior of this 3-year old home has high-ceilings, granite counter tops throughout, and polished travertine flooring is used extensively.
One of the en suite guest bedrooms on the north side of the home opens out onto one ocean view lanai, while the spacious master suite wing on the south side of the home opens out onto the ocean view lanai right next to the pool. All three bedrooms have their own flat screen TV and on suite baths.
The electronically gated, fully fenced property includes a large, level grassy yard wrapping around the ocean side of the home. Look out over the (unheated) pool with build in fountain and hot tub beyond the lawn over the gently sloping land below, to the coffee orchard consisting of approx. 800 young, irrigated coffee trees. Enjoy the views of this working coffee farm. Tropical fruit trees flourishing on the property include mango, avocado, papaya, lychee and assorted citrus. Enjoy the fruits when they ripen.
Just north of Kona Hills, but hidden away below the highway, away from all traffic. Easy access to downtown Kailua-Kona, Honokohau Harbor, the airport and Kona-Kohala resorts.
High speed internet.
Hawaiian Tax ID #W-70534752-01
Additional amenities include: dolphin watching, beach walking, tennis, boating, surfing, beach, near beach, on-site massage available, dolphin habitat, manta ray diving, jet ski rental, nearby grocery, art studios, movie theatre, cookware, beachcombing, washer & dryer, ironing board, exceptional sunrises, boogie boarding, exceptional sunsets, coffee plantations, deep sea fishing, medical services nearby, craft shopping, sound/bay fishing, snorkel beach, shopping, dinner cruises, biking, atv rental, swimming, coffee maker, hiking trails, bicycle, galleries, utensils, fishing, wildlife viewing, sight-seeing, whale watching, snorkel trips, exceptional views, scuba diving, snorkeling.TripAdvisor property ID 2456781...Read more
Left on 04/04/2013 for a stay in March 2013 | Elisa P.Reviewed Apr 4, 2013Stayed Mar 2013
The property and home was very nice. Great view, private, quiet, you hardly knew anyone else was around.
We had issues with the hot tub not working. When we reserved the agent stated "jets only work from 6-9", not the heater only works from 6-9. 4 out of the 7 days the hot tub never worked, only to find out the gas was not turned on, when it did heat up you had about 1 hour of use before heater shut off, the jets never worked. Management staff was not very helpful, and rather rude when we would call for update on repair status of hot tub. Outdoor pool was extremely cold, basically unusable, might be due to the time of year we were there.
The house was very clean, yard was very nice.
Overall, it was a great vacation, it would have been nice to use hot tub in evening, but the home, view, privacy made up for any problems.
Left on 03/06/2013 for a stay in March 2013 | A FlipKey verified reviewerReviewed Mar 6, 2013Stayed Mar 2013
Piko Nani was a very beautiful and comfortable home. We stayed in late February. Perfect elevation for warm but not hot temperatures. No air conditioning needed a breeze perfectly came through the windows. The house was very clean and felt well cared for and like a home environment. Loved the view! A few things worth mentioning especially to the inexperienced mainland traveler. This elevation doesn't get much sunlight. Just an hour or so in the morning and scattered t/o day. Also the pool is not heated and didn't get above 70 degrees which is colder than what Olympians swim in to elevate their heart rates. It was a major bummer to not be able to swim. Also the hot tub is on a timer and is only on from 6pm-9pm. Takes an hour and a half to heat up and you have to be present to manually turn the knob to start it or it won't go on even with the timer. Dinner plans outside the home usually made it impossible to use the hot tub as we weren't there to turn the knob so it never got heated. We do understand price of electricity in Hawaii is outrageous and that effects these Issues. Also if you're allergic to bees be careful they enjoy the plants surrounding the home and use the lanai as a breeding ground and place to come and die for some reason. They were everywhere. The garage is off limits so don't plan on parking in there. Also kinda a bummer. Overall a beautiful property more suited for the summer months and friendly staff just a few details that wished we wouldve known sooner. Would recommend for summer months.
Left on 01/20/2013 for a stay in January 2013 | Kelly E.Reviewed Jan 20, 2013Stayed Jan 2013
We completely enjoyed our stay at the Piko Nani. The house is so new & immaculate. It feels like your in a tropical paradise with the coffee, papaya, lemons & tangerines everywhere, yet it's 10 minutes from town, very private. We really enjoyed the pool & heated hot tub! The weather in this area is perfect, as is the view. Very spacious home, great kitchen & bathrooms. Great outdoor areas. The beds are new & very comfortable. However this home is for the sure-footed, as the tile can be very slippery when wet. If you like luxury & privacy this is the place for you!
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