A Rare Opportunity – Amaui Villas

Amaui Villas

The Amaui is a bird, Myadestes woahensis, a species of Hawaiian Thrush, which as been extinct for almost 200 years. Endemic to Hawai‘i, it was never found anywhere else on earth.

Amaui Villas, a “rare bird” as they say, will give fifteen buyers the exclusive opportunity to own a home on Hawai‘i Island, where no home has stood before.

Within the legendary Mauna Kea Resort, placed high above the Kohala Coast, these detached condominium homes will have spectacular views of Hapuna Golf Course, and the turquoise shores of Kauna‘oa and Hapuna Bay far below. An Interest List is now forming.*

These exclusive Big Island villas will be either 3-bedroom/3.5 bath or 4-bedroom/4.5 bath with separate garage, a wide, covered lanai, private dipping pool and hot tub. The 3-bedrooms are all one level, and the 4-bedrooms feature a second floor suite above the garage, for guests or visiting family.

Amaui Villas – Kitchen

Phase 1 will include two 3-bedroom units and three 4-bedroom units, with the first two anticipated by the end of the year. Priced from $3.5M-$4.2M, these new Hawai‘i Island homes feature a soft, contemporary look, with airy, flowing floorplans for the new owner to create their indoor-outdoor island lifestyle. If preferred, turnkey furnishings are available, with beautifully curated items that meld with the ambiance of a tropical setting.

The nearby Amaui Clubhouse is an extraordinary benefit of home ownership. Artfully designed to blend with the natural landscape, the amenity center contains a lounge, conference and game rooms and a well-equipped fitness center. Outdoors are swimming pools, one with a water slide, a playground, gardens, and the sense of place that comes from the surrounding mountains and ocean below.

The resort itself is a unique destination of choice. Its story begins in 1965 when Laurance S. Rockefeller welcomed the first guests to Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, at that time one of the best in the world, and the most expensive ever built. The Robert Trent Jones Sr. golf course was christened with a match between Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Gary Player.

As generations of guests returned year after year, the residential lifestyle was developed for guests seeking more of a long term or year-round residence. When Westin Hapuna (then Hapuna Prince) opened in 1994, it added a second championship golf course and second white sand beach, along with additional luxury homes. Today’s Mauna Kea Resort is a thriving community, with a wide selection of homeowner options, for those who love this very special place in the sun, for a few nights, or a lifetime.

As an additional benefit, Amaui Villas owners may elect to become members of The Club at Mauna Kea Club. Members receive golf, an exclusive dining program at all resort restaurants, privileges at both beaches and fitness centers, three swimming pools and the Seaside Tennis Club. With two levels of participation, Social or Platinum, new owners can customize benefits to suit their preferred lifestyle (Platinum members qualify for complimentary breakfast daily!). Multi-generational packages are available as well.

At Amaui Villas, the opportunity exists—for a moment in time—to create your unique space for the Hawai‘i home of your dreams. We hope you’ll add your name to the Interest List, and take advantage of this rare opportunity before it flies away.

An introductory event is planned for Wednesday, July 27 at 4 p.m.
To RSVP please email [email protected].

*For Amaui Villas, obtain the Developer’s Public Report as required by Hawaii law and read it before signing a sales contract. No federal or state agency has judged the merits or value, if any, of these properties. This does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of any offer to buy either where prohibited by law or where registration is required prior to any such offer of sale. It is important to note that some or all of the information set forth herein may change substantially, including whether any properties will, in fact, be offered for sale.substantially, including whether any properties will, in fact, be offered for sale.