Nestled within the peerless grandeur of Mauna Kea and the Kohala, in the cool mountain air of the beautiful Waimea district of the 'Big Island' Hawai'i, is an offering of a one bedroom, one bathroom (shower, no tub), full kitchen condominium. This ground floor unit is located in the Waimea Town Center, a quiet 20-unit complex one block Hilo-side of the cherry trees along church row in Kamuela town. This comfortable rental is fully furnished with a focus on anticipating your temporary residential needs, whether they be for a week of relaxation or a longer business, academic or vacation stay. Much of what the town has to offer in its world class restaurants, art galleries, observatory headquarters, wellness and educational centers, farmers' markets and shopping centers are all less than a mile walk away.
Hawaii has been our home for over 25 years.
This unit was originally purchased to work and live in while we built our family home in Waipunalei on the Hamakua coast. We have completed our home and I have since retired as a Waimea tax accountant, so we now offer this space to you. We are confident it will serve your temporary residential needs as well as it did ours.
With its central location in the gracious upcountry paniolo(cowboy)town of Kamuela, 20 minutes to the world famous Kohala beaches of Hapuna, Mauna Kea and Puako, 45 minutes from Kailua-Kona airport and Hilo a little over an hour away, this rental offers a visitor a chance to blend all the grace, beauty and majesty that is Hawai'i with the conveniences and economic advantages of a home away from home.
Hawaiian culture, history and Aloha, weekly farmers' markets, annual Cherry Blossom Festival, North Hawaii Community Hospital, Mauna Kea, international astronomy centers, Keck and Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope Observatory headquarters, Kona Ironman Triathlon, whale watching (November-April), Kohala and Kona coast beaches, Parker Ranch headquarters, annual rodeo and parade events, Hawaii Preparatory Academy, Hamakua Coast, volcanic areas -active, dormant and extinct
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