Kūki‘o Golf and Beach Club is a private, residential equity club on the Kona-Kohala coast. Club membership is exclusive to residents and includes a full service clubhouse, spa and fitness facility, dining, 10-hole Tom Fazio-designed Short Course, and ocean sports program. There is also an 18-hole Tom Fazio-designed Championship Golf Course up mauka (mountain). Situated on 675 acres, the community includes 143 home sites.
DID YOU KNOW?
The rising of Makaliʻi (the constellation Pleiades) at sunset marks the beginning of the Hawaiian new year, known as Makahiki. Makahiki usually begins mid-November and ends in late January or February, aligning with the rainy season. It is a time set aside for tribute, harvest, sport, and play. The word makahiki can refer to a time of celebration; the roughly four-month period of Makahiki was a time of peace and plenty, relaxation and games, and for harvest. It was also a time to honor the god Lono, one of the four major gods recognized not only here in Hawaiʻi, but throughout the Pacific. His domain includes fertility, agriculture, and peace. During Makahiki, the qualities of Lono were celebrated by feasting, competing in sport and games, hula, and storytelling. Look for opportunities to celebrate and experience Makahiki in your community.
October 2023 STATS
One residence in Kūki`o sold during the month of October after zero days on the market and at 100% of the Sale/Current Price or $12.5M. Price per square foot for land/building was $2,434.
There were no condo sales in September, 2023. Kūki`o posted one condo sale in February. The unit spent zero days on the market and sold for $5.9M or 84.9% of Sale to Current Price. The price per square foot was $3,284.
2022 YEAR END MARKET STATS
Sales on six homes closed in Kūki`o during 2022. Sale prices ranged from $8.4M to $25M, with an average of $15.025M or 94.6% of the Sale/Current Price. The residences spent an average of 50 days on the market and the average price per square foot was $2,925.
REAL ESTATE TIP
You won’t want to miss a beloved Kona tradition, the 52nd annual Kona Coffee Cultural Festival, Nov. 3 to 11. The festival celebrates the region’s world-famous coffee industry and the coffee harvest. There are dozens of events taking place, from artisan markets, to parades, a marathon, a pageant to name the new Miss Kona Coffee, barista training, a latte art throwdown, and coffee recipe contest. To see the full calendar of events, visit konacoffeefest.com/events
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