Nohea at Mauna Lani is a premier development situated in the westernmost part of the renowned Mauna Lani Resort near the New Auberge Resort. Now sold fully furnished, Lot 21 is a new-construction estate offering Hawaiian, Tropical-inspired design with majestic views of the Kohala Mountains and beyond. Once inside enjoy premier privacy, 4 bedrooms and 4 full bathrooms, high-end fixtures and finishes that await your inspection. Owners enjoy exclusive access to Nohea's full featured amenity center with an owner's Hale including a full kitchen and plenty of room for gatherings of friends and family. Combine this with Nohea's exercise hale and BBQ pavilions and you have an amenity package second to none. In addition to the stunning beaches found at the owner's Beach Club at Makaiwa Bay, enjoy the ancient fishponds along with the 1.5 miles of shoreline within Mauna Lani. Enjoy the restaurants and boutiques within easy walking distance at the Shops of Mauna Lani also. Incredible finishes and hardware accentuate the rich, hardwood trim, doors and cabinetry. Sliding doors open to views of the private pool and rear yard offering great views and privacy. Enjoy the Chef's kitchen with Wolfe, 6 burner gas range, Sub Zero refrigeration, and luxurious cabinetry. Hardwood floors throughout accentuate the matching trim and doors. All bathrooms feature porcelain tile and engineered stone countertops. This home includes a heated, free form pool and spa and plenty of deck area for large gatherings. Nohea offers right sized home sites with views to golf fairways and the majestic Mauna Kea, Hualalai and Kohala Mountains and beyond-all cooled by pacific breezes and lulled by sounds of the ocean not far away. Uniquely positioned within the heart of the Resort, Nohea is walking distance to the private beach club, Mauna Lani Fitness Center and Spa, Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and The Shops at Mauna Lani.
Close your eyes and imagine for a moment that on Saturday morning, when you awake to the soft light of a Hawaii sunrise coloring the sky and the expanse of the Pacific ocean visible from the open-air lanai of your Mauna Lani home, your plans for the start of your weekend look something like this:
Early in the day, breakfast includes a perfectly ripened locally grown papaya with a slice of lime and a cup of hot Kona coffee before a round of golf at the Francis H. I’i Brown North or South Course. Or, if you aren’t a golfer, a walk through Mauna Lani’s ancient fishponds on your way to snorkeling at Makaiwa Bay near the Mauna Lani Beach Club may be to your liking instead.>
In the afternoon, you’ve confirmed an appointment for an indulgent seaside Ali’i Experience lomilomi massage at the Fairmont Orchid Hotel’s famed Spa Without Walls. Or, maybe a stop at The Shops at Mauna Lani to buy aloha-wear at Tommy Bahamas and to browse through the refreshingly air-conditioned art galleries and boutiques.
As evening nears, you make your way to Mauna Lani’s Canoe House or the Fairmont's Brown’s Beach House at Pauoa Bay for a leisurely island-inspired dinner. But, you can’t linger too long, because friends are saving a place for you at tonight’s Full Moon Talk Story (Twilight at Kalahuipua‘a) at Eva Parker Woods Cottage, and you know that Mauna Lani’s Cultural Historian Danny Akaka has planned a wonderful line-up of music, storytelling and hula to entertain and inform the audience gathered for a Hawaiian-style kanikapila and sunset by the shore.
If imagining a Saturday like this speaks to something in your soul, the Mauna Lani Resort may be calling you home to the Kohala Coast.
In keeping with it’s rich history as a destination for Hawaii’s royalty and the wishes of founders Francis Hyde I’i Brown and Noboru Gotoh, Mauna Lani is recognized as the world’s top eco-friendly beach destination by Condé Nast Traveler and is a leader in environmental stewardship, producing 1,150,250 kWh of solar-generated power annually.
Real estate offerings include luxurious ocean front homes, luxury condominiums and well-situated homesites that invite your dreams to unfold on the shores of Kalahuipua‘a.