Some call it paradise, but you can call it home.
The first major new private club community on Kaua‘i in decades, Kukui‘ula is located in the heart of the Garden Isle’s sun-drenched south shore. Stretching across 1,000 acres of rolling hillsides overlooking the Pacific, Kukui‘ula introduces luxurious plantation-style cottages and homesites—all complemented by a world class private club, and yes, they’re looking for families to carry on the legacy.
Within its first year, the community reached an astounding $24,000,000 in sales, with another dozen custom homesites currently in the works. So if you’re looking for a place to vacation, retire, or just call home, set your roots in the rich earth of Kukui’ula.
Wallow in the warm waters of secluded white sand beaches, adventure to nearby waterfalls or discover the shops at Kukui’ula to explore local fare and trinkets.
Looking to perfect your golf swing? Kukui’ula is proud to offer the 18-hole Tom Weiskopf golf course with 360 degree views of ocean and mountain terrain. Or simply retreat to the community’s spa, with its 20-foot waterfall and treatments including the traditional Hawaiian Lomi Lomi massage.
Other highlights include:
•Custom homesites and plantation-style bungalows
•Plantation-style clubhouse with dining lanai, great room opening on the Pacific, games room and keiki room. Extensive pools and sandy swimming ‘beach.’
•18-hole Tom Weiskopf course and full golf clubhouse with pro shop and mens’ and womens’ lounges and locker rooms.
•Spa with full complement of treatments, spectacular lounges and lap pool, outdoor showers and tubs, sauna, steam and much more.
•Upcountry Farm with 20-acre lake and catch and release fishing, hiking trails, fresh vegetables, fruits and flowers for guests.
•Pedestrian shopping village, with more than 25 retail and dining options, along with farmers’ markets.
•Island Pursuits team for off-the-beaten track island adventures.
•Easy direct access from US cities and Lihue (island) airport.
Cottages begin at $2.2 million and homesites begin at $1 million.
To learn more, visit kukuiula.com.