Those who know Hawaii, and especially those fortunate to live here full time, often favor mauka properties — those on the mountain. Breezes tend to keep the temperatures a bit cooler, but elevation also rewards owners with spectacular views — panoramic 360° vistas from the snow-capped Mauna Kea to Hualalai, and 50 miles of white water shoreline that runs the length of the Kohala Coast. In the distance, neighboring Maui and Haleakala.


The first release of Hapuna Estates includes eight estate homesites measuring from more than one half to over one acre. They sit privately along the 7th and 8th fairways of Arnold Palmer-designed Hapuna Golf Course. Estates owners have their own private amenity, the ’Amaui Clubhouse, with fitness, pool and inviting gathering spaces. Owners may also choose to join the Club at Mauna Kea Resort and enjoy both the Hapuna and Mauna Kea golf courses, along with all the renowned amenities of two of the best luxury hotels on the island.


Our new Phase 2 homesites site at nearly the highest point on the Mauna Kea Resort, with commanding views of the entire Kohala Coast. All enjoy spectacular views over looking the green and straight down the 8th fairway of the Arnold Palmer Hapuna Golf Club course.


The second release of 12 homesites, lots 22–33, range from over 19,000 SF to 37,374 SF, and are nestled between the sixth and eight fairways. All are just a short stroll to the exclusive ’Amaui Clubhouse with its pools, fitness/wellness rooms, and panoramic views of the Kohala Coast. Already one of these extensive, spacious lots is in escrow. We invite you to take a tour of this new offering and see why these upland properties are some of the most coveted in the islands.


For a tour of these spacious homesites, or for more information, please contact Tomoko Matsumoto.


We invite you to schedule your visit and learn more about all that is to come at Mauna Kea Resort, including the first release of Hapuna Beach Residences, and Hapuna Estates.

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