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This week's Princeville Caravan

Wednesday is the day reserved for Caravan's in Princeville. There is a caravan usually two times a month on the North Shore and one of them is for Princeville itself. This week's Wednesday caravan featured a nice assortment of homes and condos as usual. Here is the niced home and the nicest condo i found. These are both beautiful offerings.

Queen Emma's Bluff - This street is located on the east end of the main Princeville neighborhood and runs along the Prince Golf Course ( Hawaii's #1-rated golf course) and towards the ocean bluff, hence part of the name. This home was built in the 90's but remodeled and upgraded in the last couple of years. Here are a few snapshots taken from my iPhone that show the views out your back door.

Namahana Mountains

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

View of Mt. Namahana looking south from Queen Emma's Bluff

 

OCean View

View across the 8th hole and towards the great Pacific

The home is 3,389 sq. ft, 3BR,2.5 Baths and is listed at 1.895M. View it online to learn more and see the interior photos.

The nicest condo on this week's Caravan was Puu Poa Unit #405. There are currently 10 units for sale in this project which consists of 56 units all with great oceans. This unit is on the top floor (#4) with the most dramatic views. The 2 BR/2BA condo has been completely renovated and tastefully so. While it is not the lowest priced Puu Poa on market ( #103 is 1.399M) this unit priced at 1.59 Million may indeed be the finest value.
View all the listings pictures if you want.


Beautiful white water views with a peak of Bali Hai in the left corner.

Living room

Stunning Living Room with wide ocean views and lanai perfect for coffee and star gazing.

And at least for the next nine months, while the Hotel is closed it's very, very quiet at night.

Ron Margolis, RA, CDPE, ABR Hawaii Life Real Estate Services 808.346.7095 email: ron@hawaiilife.com

Comment balloon 2 commentsRonnie Margolis • October 11 2008 11:04AM

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Nice pictures from your island - are they remodeling the hotel?

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) almost 12 years ago

Yes, it is closed for about nine months. An auction house has taken up residence and they are selling everything like an auction. I mean the fanciest hotel silverware for like 1.50 a fork, quite good deals.  Heard many people have been enjoying the sales merchandise and seen some tourists shipping stuff back home. Aloha from Kauai

Posted by Ronnie Margolis, Kauai Realtor - CDPE, ABR, RA - On Top of the Aloh (KW Kauai) almost 12 years ago

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