NEW LISTING: Quality, location and a true Hawaiiana feel with unbelievable mountain views. If Kauai is your place to be then do not miss this jewel.


FS $1,875,000

2 acres, 3 BD / 3.5 BA

Built 2007, two story 3BD/3.5 BA with master on the first floor. Designed for comfortable and elegant living indoors and out. Guest bedrooms upstairs, each an en-suite with their own private lanai. Quiet cul-de-sac location in Namahana Farms, Kilauea, HI. Bountiful fruit trees, raised garden area for planting edibles, and lush floral gardens all to enjoy. Attention to detail is evident in every room. Well maintained, feels like new. Energy efficient with solar and propane appliances. Built-in outdoor grill and fire pit with backdrop views of the Kauai North Shore mountain ranges. Over-sized two car garage with numerous built-in storage cabinets, work area and more. Just beautifully done.

Island style kitchen with numerous cabinets and solid stone counter tops

Spacious covered lanai off living room and extends to master bedroom

Living room with built-in shelving and French doors to lanai

Tucked up against the mountain range, views are amazing all day


For more information please contact Donna at (808) 651-2840

Kauai home sales increase in 2018, prices rise 6%

By  – Real Estate Editor, Pacific Business News

Home sales on Kauai rose in 2018, compared to the previous year, while median prices for both single-family homes and condominiums rose 6 percent, according to statistics provided by Hawaii Information Service ob behalf of the Kauai Board of Realtors.

Single-family home sales rose 8.17 percent in 2018 to 596 houses sold, from 551 houses sold in 2017. The median price of those homes was $699,500, which was a 5.98 percent increase from $660,000 in 2017.

Condo sales increased by 11.06 percent last year, from 452 units sold in 2017. The median condo price on Kauai last year was $459,000, an increase of 5.52 percent from $435,000.

For the month of December, the median price of a Garden Isle condo jumped 21.72 percent to $660,338, from $542,500 in December 2017. The number of condos sold declined to 41 units, from 42 units during the same month the previous year.

The number of single-family homes sold in December increased to 45, from 42 in December 2017, while the median price of those homes increased 6.38 percent to $625,000, from $587,500.

Organic farm next to Facebook CEO’s Kauai property on the market for $23M

By   – Real Estate Editor, Pacific Business News

The 44.63-acre Kauai Organic Farms on N. Waiakalua Road in Kilauea on Kauai’s North Shore is one the market for $22.95 million. The property, which is adjacent to 89 acres of land recently acquired by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, is being marketed by Cushman & Wakefield ChaneyBrooks in Honolulu with advisory services from Cushman & Wakefield’s Land Advisory Group in San Diego.

Click HERE to read the article on Pacific Business News

Construction begins for new grocery-restaurant hybrid in Kauai’s Kilauea Lighthouse Village

By   – Reporter, Pacific Business News

Construction has begun for the 12,700-square-foot Kilauea Market + Café in the Kilauea Lighthouse Village on Kauai, a new grocery-restaurant hybrid from the Sullivan Family of Companies’ Kalama Beach Corp.

The Sullivan Family of Companies also owns the Foodland and Food Pantry stores in Hawaii.

The Kilauea Market + Café will anchor the 43,000-square-foot Kilauea Lighthouse Village, a neighborhood center in historic Kilauea Town, which is under construction and expected to be completed by the end of the year.

Hunt Cos. is the developer of the center, which broke ground in September 2016.

The Kilauea Market + Café, designed by architects G70, is expected to open in May.

The store will feature specialty, gourmet and traditional grocery items, as well as a coffee bar, an in-store dining and seating area, and made-to-order foods from an in-store kitchen.

“Our team is excited to have the opportunity to bring a new grocery shopping experience to Kilauea,” Vernon Ikebe, vice president of sales and operations for the Kalama Beach Corp. said in a statement. “Kilauea Market + Café will be a fun place for visitors and residents to enjoy favorite foods, sip a glass of wine, pick up a delicious snack or discover fresh local products – a place where the community can gather.”

Other Kilauea Lighthouse Village tenants expected to open in the first half of 2019 include Island Soap & Candleworks; Kai Bar Coffee Roasters; Kauai North Shore Animal Clinic, a full-service veterinary practice focusing on small animals; Wailua Shave Ice; and Wyland Galleries.