Over an acre of oceanfront on Kauai's sunny Westside, with 150 feet of beach frontage.
This stretch of beach is swimmable, surfable and a favorite of kite surfers. Boat lovers have easy access to the nearby boat harbor and the magnificent NaPali coast while surfers can walk down the beach to Davidson's surf spot. Begin your days watching the whales and boats from your front porch. Begin your evenings watching the famed westside sunsets. Property also has lovely views of the forbidden island of Ni'ihau.
The lot is level and adjacent to an historic sugar plantation manager's home. Kekaha is a former sugar plantation town which still looks and feels like old Hawaii. Kauai's West Side is the sleepy, sunnier, drier side of the island, maintaining the charm of a bygone, slower era.
Drive up the hill and you'll find the 4000 acres of Kokee State Park and the Waimea Canyon, where hiking trails wind through luxurious native forests filled with rare Kauai plants and endangered birds. Many of the trails end in spectacular waterfall and/or canyon overlooks.
A few miles down the road is Polihale, the longest stretch of beach on Kauai and a favorite spot for local campers to spend a special weekend. Drive just a few miles in the other direction and you'll be in the town of Waimea, with its quaint shops and restaurants. Waimea is also home to the Waimea Plantation Cottages, a world renowned resort of refurbished plantation cottages. The next town up the road from Waimea is Hanapepe, home to Salt Pond Beach (named after the salt ponds tended to by generations of local families) and the very popular Friday evening art nights.
The current owners planned to build a bamboo, four bedroom villa on the property.