Big Island Real Estate Spot Light: Holualoa

Located in the heart of coffee country, Holualoa is a java lover’s dream. In addition to serving those who have an affinity for great coffee, this area of the Kona coast is well known for its art and history as well. If you’re looking for Big Island homes for sale, Holualoa has plenty to offer. Explore the many reasons to put this location at the top of the list for your Big Island real estate agent.

A Coffee Lover’s Paradise


Many people who enjoy coffee have heard of Kona coffee. The great news is it’s grown throughout the North and South Kona regions right on the west side of the Big Island. Holualoa is located right in the heart of this somewhat mountainous region, giving coffee lovers the opportunity to enjoy the numerous coffee plantation tours, as well as the chance to purchase the coffee straight from the source. There’s nothing better than a fresh cup of joe from the rich Kona soil.

A Stable, Enjoyable Climate


When you’re looking for houses for sale in the Big Island, the climate of an area can play a major role in your decision. There are many variations in weather among the various areas. For instance, Holualoa is higher in the mountains and thus has more cloud cover and rainfall in a year versus homes located much closer to the coast. However, you will still enjoy plenty of sunny days and a fairly temperate climate. Throughout the year, residents in Holualoa enjoy lows in the low 60s, as well as highs in the low 80s. These temperatures are great for those who don’t like things too hot or too cold, as well as for individuals who prefer steady temperatures, rather than major fluctuations.

A Lively Area


When you move to Holualoa, there will be no shortage of things to keep you occupied. In addition to being a short drive from the coast and all it has to offer, this area of Kona offers an array of festivals to suit just about everyone’s interests. On the first Friday of every month, the village holds an “Art-After-Dark” event.  In November, residents and visitors can enjoy the Coffee and Art Stroll, while December brings the annual Music & Light Festival.

Whether you can’t get enough of your Kona coffee or you prefer a stable, slightly cooler climate, Holualoa can provide amazing Big Island homes for sale and an exciting place to live. Not only can you explore the numerous coffee farms and experience first-hand how coffee is grown, harvested and processed, but you can also enjoy brilliant art and magnificent views, all mixed in with the quaintness of a historic Hawaiian village. Once you are settled into your new home, you will find you feel like you’ve joined a big family.

If you’re looking for a Big Island real estate agent to help you explore the homes for sale in Holualoa, contact us. We can help you choose the home that meets all of your criteria.

Annette Mejia, Realtor Broker
Annette Mejia, Realtor Broker

"Everything Annette did for me was from the heart"

As someone that has spent her whole life feeling lucky to work with people in customer service, I vowed then and there to help people like you and me have the experience they deserved when moving to The Big Island. Because let’s face it, this should be the start of the happiest, proudest, and most peaceful period in your life!

For 15 years I have been helping people make the most out of life and real estate on The Big Island and I would be honored to do that for you too. I look forward to meeting you!

Warmest Aloha,
Annette Mejia

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