Expansive / Rural / Peaceful

Hawaii Island


1,480 ft.

13 temperate zones, room to roam, adventures to be had Hawaii Island is a land of adventure, wide open beaches, small communities, paniolos, surfers, artists and healers. To truly feel part of this island, you must sense the energy and feel her spirit.

Sun set North Kohala Coast


Area Median Home Price Elevation
$400,000 1,480 ft.

Why Hawaii Island is So Amazing

Island fever? No way-there are so many things to see and explore and experience! To live here is to know a feeling of peace when you are enjoying one of our famous sunsets or sunrises, but a feeling of excitement from outdoor adventures, snorkeling in crystal blue water, noshing at a beach front restaurant, digging in and volunteering to help the island community and more. Hawaii Island is a land of variable climates, elevations, cultures and even sand! Our homes are as unique as the residents that live here.

North Kohala view of Mauna Loa

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Eric has his real estate license so we can offer complimentary matchmaking services to Realtors throughout the Hawaiian Islands and beyond! We invite you to reach out to us for information about neighborhoods in Kailua-Kona and West Hawaii. Looking anywhere else on the Hawaiian Islands? We have excellent partners who are neighborhood experts on the Big Island and all the Hawaiian islands. When the time is right to start looking, Eric and Julie can personally connect you with a Realtor who specializes in the neighborhoods you love most. We are happy to introduce you to Realtors we know to help find the perfect fit, at no cost to you. As an added bonus: We can offer you membership in our private home buying groups and forums, provide specialized guides and books, and give you insights into moving to the islands!

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Opelo Plaza Kamuela

Magic Sands Beach in Kailua Kona

Kua Bay is one of the most beautiful beaches in Hawaii.

Keauhou Bay

Mud Lane in Waimea

Carlsmith Beach Park in East Hawaii features azure lagoons.

East Hawaii Lagoon

Liliuokalani Park in Hilo

In the center of town is the King Kamehameha the Great statue honoring the memory of the leader who brought the islands together.

Canoe Hale at Kohanaiki in North Kona

Kohala Ranch on the Kohala Coast

Kona Inn Palms

Tide pools near Kailua Kona

What to do in Hawaii Island

Hawaii Island is one of the few places in the world you can swim with manta rays, watch twirling Hawaiian Spinner dolphins, snorkel in the bluest water on the islands and catch thousand pound Marlin. We are known for our professionally created golf courses, charming Kailua Village and Hilo Town, Kona coffee, bean to bar chocolate, exotic tropical fruits, outdoor farmers markets, and world recognized beaches. Hawaii Island enjoys a slower pace of life than Maui and Oahu without major shopping malls, high rises and traffic.

Sunset at Honl's Beach Park, Kailua Kona

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