West Hawaii Real Estate | January 5, 2018 11 OCEANFRONT-SURF & RACQUET Stunning Ocean & Town Views from almost every room. Elegantly appointed and beautifully furnished 2B/2B—never rented. Large Pool & 3 Tennis Courts. Close to Shopping & Beaches. Easy to See—Quick Show! MLS #612570 • $678,300 SOLD $1,085,000 KEALAKEKUA BAY ESTATES View! View! View! Beautiful single level home in gated community just a short drive to Kealakekua Bay. Located at the top of the subdivision allows for expansive, panoramic Ocean Views. Immaculate and nearly new— quality fi nishes throughout!—3B/2B on 1 Acre. MLS #608553 • $1,075,000 IN ESCROW WHITE SANDS BEACH ESTATES Successful Vacation Rental or Large Family Home– 5B/4B–Walk to Magic Sands Beach. Spacious and Welcoming Home with large SWIMMING POOL. 4B/3B in Main home and separate/adjoining 1B/1B Guest Quarters w/kitchenette. Kitchen w/Granite Counters & Gas Stove. Large Deck w/Ocean Views. MLS #610618 • $849,000 IN ESCROW KAPA’AU COMMERCIAL/ RETAIL BUILDING Located in the heart of town with many possibilities. Previously used as Art Gallery. Existing Retail Building and two 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Plantation–style homes. Opportunity to live and work in Old Hawaii. Brand new septic system just installed. Easy to See! MLS #613444 • 645,000 808-896-1579 Serving Kona since 1985 THREE OCEANFRONT LOTS ON ALII DRIVE A RARE opportunity to build 3 separate oceanfront homes–great for a family estate or compound. Park-like setting w/magnifi cent Monkey Pod & Coconut Trees & lush lawns. Adjacent to sandy swimming cove & tidal pools. No CC&R’s—No Maintenance Fees. MLS #610654 • $2,650,000 IN ESCROW WHITE SANDS VILLAGE #217 Ultimate Designer upgraded 2BD/2BA condo w/good ocean views. Beautiful granite kitchen counters and tile fl oors. Beautifully furnished. NO STAIRS—ELEVATOR, -2 Tennis Courts— Quick Show! Easy to See. MLS #603456 • $419,000 LINDA BRADLEY Realtor/Broker RB-15020 Certifi ed Residential Specialist Email: Linda@ElitePacifi c.com www.LindaBradley.com NEW LISTING OCEANFRONT OCEANFRONT SEA VILLAGE Preferred Bldg. 4—Best view in Kona with miles of ocean, town and daily sunsets. Partially furnished, 2 bedrooms/2 baths— NO STAIRS. Needs TLC—Convenient Café on site. Walk to Town— Oceanfront Pool & Spa. Quick Show. MLS #609523 • $450,000 OCEANFRONT This up with schoolage regardless greater suburban of all school said yards number millennials a percent, are with the communities, and believe that neighborhood life. women, prioritize walkability and public transit more than older or younger men. Fifty-four percent of young women said that sidewalks and places to take walks is a very important factor in deciding where to live, and 39 percent said the same about having public transit nearby. However, when it comes to a short commute to work, youth was a greater indicator of preference than gender; 49 percent of young women and 48 percent of young men said being within a short commute to work was a very important factor in deciding where to live. While 60 percent of adults surveyed live in detached, singlefamily homes, 21 percent of those respondents said they would rather live in an attached home and have greater walkability. Sixty percent of those surveyed also said that they would be willing to pay a little or a lot more to live within walking distance of parks, shops and restaurants. When selecting a new home, respondents indicated that they would like choices when it comes to their community’s transportation options. Eighty-six percent of survey participants said that sidewalks are a positive factor when purchasing a home, and 80 percent place importance on being within easy walking distance of places. When it comes to respondents’ thoughts on transportation priorities for the government, 73 percent indicated that maintaining and repairing roads and bridges should be a high priority, with expanding roads to help alleviate or reduce congestion as the next highest priority, at 54 percent. The survey of 3,000 adult Americans living in the 50 largest metropolitan areas was conducted by American Strategies and Meyers Research in September 2017.
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