Big Island of Hawaii Real Estate by MacArthur & Company Sotheby’s International Realty offers The Perfect Condo at Waikoloa Colony Villas.
MacArthur & Company Sotheby’s International Realty is featuring Big island real estate at it’s finest the Waikoloa Colony Villas. The 17 ft. high ceilings and the tall, gorgeous custom windows belie the size of this 1,236 sq. ft. unit.
Tasteful is the word for the light, bright and creamy interior of this 2-bedroom and 2-bath home. It simply has the best of everything; granite counters, European Cabinets, soaking tub with separate shower, double vanities, and private lanai off the master suite.
This unit is charmingly furnished in traditional island style and features central air-conditioning, AND an attached garage! Perfect!
The gated community of the Waikoloa Colony Villas offers two pools, exercise facility, BBQ area, and tennis court; all in a lush, tropical setting near the Hilton hotel and Kings Golf Course Club House. The Waikoloa Beach Resort contains five-star hotels, a variety of restaurants, two championship golf courses, the Kings Shops and Queens Marketplace, and beautiful ‘A’ Bay.
Many times, when you talk about the island of Hawaiʻi, people unfamiliar with it think you might be referring to Oahu, where Honolulu is located. The island of Hawai’i is also called the “Big Island,” and this helps to differentiate it from the state, which includes the eight major islands.
The Big Island sits at the south-eastern-most end of Hawaiian Islands, in the North Pacific Ocean, and is actually still under construction by way of the active volcano, Kilauea, which spews more than more than 750,000 cubic yards of lava per day; enough, it has been calculated, to fill 75 dump trucks a day. The Big Island’s 4,028 square miles make it larger than all of the other Hawaiian Islands put together.
Kīlauea, by the way, is the Hawaiian Islands’ most visited attraction. Located in Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park, the volcano is visited by millions of people each year. Surely this strange, majestic, and fascinating park is one of the reasons so many regard the Big Island as the most interesting and diverse of all the Hawaiian Islands.