Ocean View vacation home,Pool, Sleep 10 Kona Coast

Puhala Hale Panoramic Ocean Views
Puhala Hale Panoramic Ocean ViewsOcean View Living RoomGourmet Ocean View KitchenGuest BathLiving AreaMaster bath with Jacuzzi tubWalk-in to Honomalimo Beach CoveWalk-Way to LaniaGameroom-Billiards
88-1547 Puhala Ave, Milolii Beach, HI 96740
Ocean View vacation home,Pool, Sleep 10 Kona Coast
Home
4 bedrooms
10 guests
No min stay

Overview Description

Overview

Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2.5
Sleeps: 10
Type: Home
Per night: $275
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: Yes
Description of the Milolii Beach vacation home rental
Aloha Friends, The Puhala Hale is a newly constructed (Jan. 08) 4+ Bedroom, 2.5 Bath home, on the Big Island of Hawaii. It boasts panoramic ocean views and access to one of the most exclusive black sand beaches on the Big Island. Leave the pressures of life behind and relax at this one-of-a-kind retreat

The Puhala Hale is perfect vacation spot to relax by the sea away from traffic congestion, airport noise pollution and the hustle and bustle of 'in-town resorts and crowded tourist areas. At the end of nearly every day, you can enjoy an exceptionally beautiful sunset. The Puhala offers spectacular ocean views from nearly every room and the large tiled and covered lanais are perfect for relaxing while enjoying the coastal sea breezes. The cooling breezes and the sun-warmed, dry climate is year long in South Kona, and the homes location is at an ideal elevation for temperature, never too hot, or chilly.

Puhala 's Amenities and Features Include:

- 4+ Bedrooms. 2.5 Baths, 2,551 Sq. Ft
- Solar Heated Salt Water Pool
- 5th Bedroom/Recreation Room with Billiard Table
- 1-Acre Panoramic Ocean View Lot with Sweeping Concrete Drive
- First Class Builder Touches Throughout
- Fully Furnished with Contemporary Hawaiiana Decor
- Bamboo Harwood Floors, Travertine Tile with Luxury Wall to Wall Carpet in bedrooms
- Jacuzzi Tub in Master Bath
- Flat Screen TV/DVD/VCR with Games and Video Library
- Vintage Era Asian Bath Vanities with Designer Glass Vessel Sinks
- Top of the Line Ceiling Fans and Light Fixtures Throughout
- Italian Imported Granite Countertops and Breakfast Bar
- Gourmet kitchen with Solid Wood Cherry Cabinets
- Top of the Line Appliances and Wine and Water Coolers
- 5 Glass Sliding Doors that Bring the Ocean In
- Top of the Line Pillow Top Mattresses
- Vintage Duvet Bed Covers and Luxury Bed Sheets
- Designer Bath Towels and Products
- Designer and Vintage Hawaiian Art Throughout
- 9 ' Ceilings and Mahogany Wood Trim Throughout
- Sleeps up to 10 Guests Comfortably
- Huge Tiled Covered Lanai with Finished Ceilings/Fan and Can Lighting

The Puhala Hale is located 33 miles south from Kailua-Kona, and 63 miles from the Volcano. The 45-minute coastal drive south of Kailua-Kona through coffee country is well worth it to enjoy this rural retreat that is still convenient and within a ten-minute drive to groceries and more. Milolii is a quiet coastal area, perfect to relax and enjoy the layback Hawaiian lifestyle, though close enough to take short trips to golf, shop and fine dine. Puhala Hale is convenient to Kona and the Hilo Airports, as well as a short drive to Volcano National Park, City of Refuge, Black Sand Beach and Hawaii 's South Point. The Milolii area is world renowned for its pristine ocean waters and awesome deep-sea fishing opportunities. The area allows you to explore tide pools, caves and lava tubes while hiking along historical sites and ancient walls.

The Puhala Hale comes equipped with snorkel gear since it 's just a short drive down to the water and beaches were snorkeling and scuba diving is world class. Humpback Whale season is Dec.-March. So whale watching (and hearing at night) can become your favorite pastime. Just minutes to the beach, there is a small park with a secret trail head to the coconut lined black sand beach of Honomalino, where you may by chance get to swim with the sea turtles and spinner dolphins while sun tanning and enjoying the pristine beach and waters.

Nancy Kam

Area Information
Milolii Beach Lots Subdivision is an "up & coming" oceanside community located makai (ocean side) of the highway around the 89 mile marker. The 4 mile drive going down to the subdivision is called Milolii Road, which is a county road. At the end of this road, about 5 miles from the highway you'll find Milolii Beach Park, a county run small recreational area with access to the ocean, restrooms, picnic tables and camping. Between Milolii Beach Lots Subdivision and the park lies the areas of Hoopuloa and the ancient fishing village of Milolii. A lava flow in 1927 wiped out most of the original village, however, many of the original Hawaiian families have been able to rebuild.
The road down to Milolii descends from Highway 11 at about the 89 mile marker. A prominent sign points to the turnoff. Near the top of this road ( about 1800 feet elevation ) larger parcels of agricultural land are sometimes available in the 5 to 10 acre range. These parcels are not part of the subdivision.
As is common in most of Hawaii, the areas closest to the ocean get very little rain and the higher elevation & sloped lots get a bit more rain. The elevations here are around 800 ft down to sea level. Catchment water in this area as there is no municipal water available. Electricity was brought down to the subdivision in 2004, but not all of the lots have electricity available as it is provided based upon demand. There are somewhere around 100 or less homes in this subdivision, but many more are in the process of being built. Lots on the slopes have some excellent ocean views.
There are some significant attractions to this often overlooked community. The views can be quite stunning. On clear days one can see north along the water's edge to Kealakekua bay. We have even heard of people seeing Maui from here. The subdivision owns a small undeveloped park area that gives everyone in the community ocean access even if you are not one of the lucky folks to own an oceanfront lot. When the ocean is calm, some people venture into the water there, however, it is advised that this be done with great care and in the company of someone who knows this particular entry point. There is no "beach" to speak of within the subdivision, however a short drive south through the fishing village will take you a park where it is quite possible to get in. A 15 minute walk along a rugged trail from this park takes you to one of the nicest beaches on the island, Honomalino Bay. Honomalino Bay is seldom very busy as there is no public road that will take you there. Often during the week you may find that you are the only person on the beach all day long! The beach is a gray mix of black and coral sands with lots of cocoanut trees providing sun protection at it's edge. It just doesn't get any better!
In winter months when the whales are here, they can often be seen from the subdivision. At night you can sometimes hear them playing in the water. Winter also brings significant waves to our waters. The crashing of these waves along the shore cliffs can be spectacular.

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Feb 05 2016 Feb 05 2017 $275 $275 - - -
Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Lodging tax: 11.4%
Deposits: $250 Damage/Utility Deposit
Payment Options: American Express, Cashier's Check, Mastercard, Money Order, PayPal, Personal Check, Visa
Other Fees: 3.1% booking fee for credit cards
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