The Kaomoloa Subdivision is a community that is built on the foundation of luxury, privacy, and security. Located in Waimea, Big Island Hawaii, this subdivision offers a quiet and secluded lifestyle with access to all the amenities of modern life. The homes in this neighborhood have been designed by some of the top architects in the world. They are also built with cutting-edge construction materials for energy efficiency and durability. The Kaomoloa Subdivision is made up of one-acre lots that are surrounded by beautiful landscaping. The homes feature open floor plans, high ceilings, hardwood flooring throughout most rooms, granite countertops in kitchens and bathrooms, custom cabinets and crown molding throughout the home.
Real estate in Kaomoloa is some of the most expensive on the island, and it’s easy to see why. This area has some of the most beautiful views in all of Hawaii, with vistas that include oceanfront properties that overlook the Pacific Ocean and Molokai Channel. With an average price point of $1.2 million, this neighborhood offers many different options for luxury living. The average size of a home here is around 3,000 square feet, which makes it perfect for families who want to have space to grow into while still maintaining a smaller footprint than many other neighborhoods on the island offer. The homes in Kaomoloa are built with a combination of contemporary architecture styles, which means you can find everything from ranch-style houses to Mediterranean-inspired homes with Italian tiled roofs throughout this community.
There are many amenities available to residents including an outdoor pool area with a cabana lounge area where you can enjoy your morning coffee or an afternoon cocktail while looking out over the beautiful landscape of Hawaii’s Big Island; an athletic facility complete with gym equipment; basketball courts where kids can play ball after school; tennis courts where you can practice your serves; and more. When you think of Hawaii, you might picture a lush, tropical paradise where gorgeous people sunbathe on white sand beaches and drink umbrella-topped cocktails. But while this stereotype might hold true for some parts of Hawaii, there's a lot more to the island than that. In fact, there are many neighborhoods in Hawaii that are just as beautiful but have a much lower cost of living, and Kaomoloa Subdivision is one of them.
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