Waimea Luxury Real Estate Analysis
Also known as Kamuela, Waimea is know as a quaint yet stunning little country town. There is the dry side of Waimea and the wet side. Luxurious communities such as Sandalwood and Anekona only reinstate that much more that sleepy tropical living does exist. IT is not uncommon for homes to have a fireplace in Waimea as the temperatures can drop down into the 60's and 50's at night. Waimea also offers several top rated dining and culinary experiences such as Merriman's and now the new Forc Restaurant. Homes in Waimea are starting to climb quickly due to it's convenient and cherished infrastructure. With Hawaii Preparatory Academy HPA and Parker Schools adding to it's desirability. Over 10,000 people have come to call Waimea their home. A sense of community exists here like nowhere else in the entire island chain.
to discover beautiful Waimea you will travel east up north to see what all the excitement is all about. Paniolo country is another way locals refer to it. the heritage of Waimea town dates back to historic Parker Ranch which once actually owned approximately 500,000 acres. Still considered one of the largest ranches in the world. In 1908 Ikua Purdy won the World Championships of Steering, hence the towering statue of him in downtown Waimea (close to McDonald's). Classic plantation homes are still very much available and some will have only change hands once or twice in 50 years. There is also the remarkable playground built by community volunteers. On any given day you can enjoy Waimea's green parks. The Annual Christmas parade in Waimea is a cherished event and rightfully so. The musical sensation has put out a classic Christmas cd call Kohala. A must have for anyone in love with the Big Island and Waimea.
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