Kukio Golf and Beach Club
Rising from the Big Island’s famous Kona Coast lavascape, Kukio is a private residential community featuring a ocean front beach club and an exclusive members only golf club including an 18 hole and a 10 hole executive course. Kukio is known for being one of the most prestigious residential resort communities in the world. It’s just an easy, relaxing 10-minute drive north from Kona International Airport.
Unlike most other resort communities along the Kona-Kohala Coast, Kukio doesn’t have a hotel. It’s purely residential and is divided into the neighborhoods of Kūkiʻo, Kaʻūpūlehu, and Maniniʻōwali. Its premium real estate offerings include luxurious custom-built homes and cottages, as well as custom home lots.
The heart of the community, this neighborhood that encompasses 675 acres is where you’ll find most of the amenities. Many of the 143 home sites and 31 cottages located here are conveniently located close to the Tom Fazio-designed Kūkiʻo 10-Hole Short Course as well as the Beach Club. Homeowners and their guests can enjoy amenities such as oceanfront dining at the Beach Club, which also has a bar, swimming pool, spa and fitness facilities. The club opens out to a beautiful stretch of white sand beach.
This neighborhood is for those looking for larger home sites, starting at approximately 1/3 of an acre and some exceeding 3 acres. There are over 90 homesites, situated on land that allows for breathtaking panoramic views from almost every direction, including across the water to Maui. The neighborhood features a family-friendly sports complex designed not just for sports, but also for entertaining. Aside from a sports field, the complex also has a sand volleyball court, basketball court, tennis courts, swimming pool, jungle gym, toddler’s pool, and a fully equipped kitchen.
Steeped in history, this area is located adjacent to Hualalai and Kona Village, north of Kūkiʻo. The first phase features 80 one-acre home sites, all of which have spectacular ocean views. The neighborhood’s key cultural features are its Cultural Reserve and Interpretive Center at Kalaemanō. The Reserve is a 214-acre recreational area that displays artifacts and invites interaction with its vibrant heritage.
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