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Hale Maluhia Country Inn (house of peace)
Further information also on web site: www.hawaii-inns.com/hi/kna/hmh
Parcel size: 35,763 sq. ft. Special Use Permit for Inn
Total interior floor space, approximate. 5,285
Total enclosed shop/garage, approximate. 1,656
Total lanai's, (porches) approximate. 1,346
Hale Maluhia Country Inn (house of peace) Kona, is being offered for sale subject to a new appraisal. Price is TURN KEY WITH BUSINESS and AS IS. Replacement cost would run better than 2 million. This is a beautiful residence in Kailua Kona and close to everything and yet in the cooler Kona Coffee Country. The Owner is 83 and would like to retire and simplify his living situation. TripAdvisor.com rates Kailua Kona - Holualoa as a top U.S. Destination in Hawaii and on the Rise. Tax wise the property is established as a "Residence" and not commercial so may be considered for reinvestment of funds on a 1031 from a residential sale.
This property is presently being used as a legal Bed and Breakfast Inn but would make a beautiful country estate for a large family or a very lovely corporate vacation work space on the beautiful Kona Coast. Hale Maluhia is a rambling Kona Plantation style hide-a-way estate with serious privacy designs. Enjoy very large old shade and fruit trees on a near acre in the Kona Up-Country Coffee Country. This masterful touch of Eden includes six comfortable bed rooms in two buildings plus a large lovely virtual 850 sq. ft. tree house called, “Banyan Cottage”, with a private double Jacuzzi. There is also a large owner’s apartment in the center of the complex. And plus a lovely Japanese Tea House. Nine bed-rooms have private baths,(12 baths in all.) Includes a Custom Japanese covered jetted oriental stone and tile spa. Granite Counter tops, Porcelain Floors and also includes a large library/seminar area with seating for about 25. Also there is also a large Music and TV common area with a large lanai. The property has many private lanais. Included also is a large work shop/hobby/craft/art area of about 800 sq. ft. The Inn is located in the heart of one of the worlds best climates at a favored elevation of 940 feet. Easy airport access, just 11 miles south of the Kona International Airport - KOA). And only three miles to the heart of Kailua-Kona which was the favorite home of the old Alii (Kings) of Hawai’i. Only 8 minutes to WallMart, Safeway, Lowe’s and Denny’s. Enjoy a gentle touch of aloha from old Country Hawai’i along the road less traveled.
Enjoy a fee simple near acre estate of big trees and three buildings. The Inn is being sold turn key and as is with Business, furnishings and appliances. Inn has a total of 8 bedrooms in three buildings plus two cottages and making a total of 10 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. Includes two large common areas, two kitchens and an office. This is a very unique Hawaiian property lovingly built over 35 years by the contractor owner in the local plantation house tradition. If you love big shade and mature fruit and nut trees and a touch of aloha from old Hawai'i, you will love Hale Maluhia Country Inn (house of peace) Kailua Kona, Hawaii.
Also includes 3 businesses:
Hale Maluhia Country Inn, a going bed and breakfast inn.
Instant Hawaii Web Service, web publicity for island B&B's: www.hawaii-bnb.com
Adventures Hawaii Activity Desk, for securing activity reservations for guest of the inn and web clients.
Property Tax Information. TMK: 3 7 6 11 11, (35,763 sq. ft.) With a Special Use Permit zoning obtained for an Inn, No. 893, dated 1/3/95 from Hawaii County.
The Inn is designed very beautifully on nearly an acre in three major buildings and two smaller buildings. The Banyan Cottage is a virtual tree house much like Swiss Family Robinson of about 850 sq. ft. The other cottage is a delightful Japanese gazebo called The Japanese Tea House, designed especially for those who love Japanese Architecture but travel to Japan may be a little much.
On the grounds there is a covered Japanese stone and tile jetted ofuro (hot tub) which is a favorite place to relax. The ofuro is located next to four koi ponds, streams, waterfalls and surrounded by gardens and has excellent massage jets for that good night sleep..
Next to the caretaker apartment is a large well lit shop, 22'x36' with a commercial 12'x8' automatic garage door. The shop is also designed with additional 230 volt power for heavier power needs. The zoning also allows for cottage industry. The shop has a 10' ceiling and has been constructed with sky lights for good lighting during the day.
The Inn is located in the Holualoa Fruit Belt just 3 miles from Kailua Kona with many large shade trees on the property including Samoan & Hawaiian Coconut, Hayden mango, macnut, Sharwell avocado, orange and both William's and Apple Bananas. The Inn also has its own pineapple patch and papaya patch which grow excellent pineapples and papayas at our 940' elevation in Holualoa. The Inn is also only 12 miles from the Kona International Airport (KOA) and may just be the closest Inn to the airport.
Hale Maluhia Country Inn (house of peace) Kona: Is a compound of Four major Buildings on a near acre.
Main House. The north end of the main house includes the Owners living area of 1652 sq. ft. and also includes a 500 sq. ft. library and a large bedroom, three baths, kitchen with Hawaiian Koa Cabinets and pantry.
There is a large single garage, 352 sq. ft. in the center of the building dividing the two private living areas and also contains one of the two laundry areas.
The south end of the home has two large bedrooms and three bathrooms including a large living room of 15'x26' with dining room and kitchen. The square footage is 1,516 sq. ft. On the west of this main plantation style home is a 10' x 26' Hawaiian Lanai for breakfast dining and watching our fantastic bird population including our wild turkeys.
Gate House. Includes a small office and bachelor apartment with kitchenette and bath on the ground floor Plus two more bedrooms for the B&B, all with bathrooms plus an attic Swiss Family cedar room, 13' x 21' with bath. Also Includes an attached 22'x36' professional workshop/garage of 792 sq. ft. with sky lights and 10' ceiling, perfect for hobby and art projects. Also has a 12' x 10' commercial garage door.
The Japanese Tea House is a Gazebo with a very special hexagon design with teak shoji windows and doors and a front lanai. Living Area is about 200 sq. ft. Lanai Area, 21 sq. ft. The beautiful Stone steps rise to a typical Japanese entry under a very large shading banyan tree. This little cottage is unique for today as it includes a great deal of hand work in the building of the shoji windows and doors along with the oriental incline of the hexagon roof system. Includes a Carrara Marble Japanese Wet Bath with an Ofuro, A wonderful place to relax and take time out.
Banyan Cottage. The Cottage is commodious with about 850 sq. ft. of floor area. And includes a double marble mosaic shower, double Jacuzzi with Coraria marble trim and a kitchenette. The Cottage is nicely decorated with family and Hawaiian antiques. The Cottage also has a very nice view lanai with a wooden porch swing. Includes a Cal King bed in a sleeping alcove and a setting, dining room of 20' x 26' with a beautiful view. A futon couch also makes into a Queen bed for extra sleeping with needed. The cottage really feels like a tropical tree house in between two very large banyan trees.
North Storage building and art room. This storage building is next to entrance and parking area of 448 sq. ft. We use the building for storing combustibles, back up gasoline and art supplies.
Living Areas. Main House: 1,516 sq. ft., Library/Family Room 500 sq. ft., Owners Apt./Office area 1352 sq. ft., including bed room/bath 480 sq. ft. above the office. Banyan Cottage 850 sq. ft., Japanese Tea House of 350 sq. ft. Gate House 1067 sq. ft. For a total of 5,435 square feet. There is a yearly termite inspection and warranty.
Enclosed Garage/Storage areas. Main Garage 352 sq. ft., Work shop/garage 792 sq. ft., Storage Bldg. 448 sq. ft. for a total of 1,656. sq. ft.
Japanese style Stone/Tile Hot Tub w/jets. 7'x7'x3 2 feet interior with a Japanese roof system of 150 sq. ft. which also includes 2 sky lights for comfort on a rainy afternoon. Hale Maluhia is on the dry side of the Big Island with only 30 inches of rain per year. Probably the most sun days on the Big Island of Hawaii for a Bed and Breakfast.
Open and Covered Lanas / Walkways. Main house 260 sq. ft., cottage 150 sq. ft., gate house 226 sq. ft., Library 160 sq. ft., carport 400 sq., ft, for a total of 1346. sq. ft.
Taxes: Present yearly taxes are about $2,400.00 per year.
Improvements. Cottages: (2) Hale Pule and Banyan Cottage Inn: Bedrooms 7 Bedrooms, 2 kitchens, 2 common areas plus shop. Automatic Sprinkler Systems 4 covering the needs of the property. 18 Parking spaces, open concrete 14, covered 4 (shop, main house and double carport,) owners apt. Koi Ponds 4, 30 koi, ponds, stream & 4 small waterfalls. West yard fountain 2 with electric pump waterfall with waterfalls. 4 Solar Systems, Hot Tub, Main House, Gate House & Owners apt. 2 Paloma instant water heaters, 2 Gas Ranges, Top of the line, set in. Includes ten appliances including two sets of washers/dryers. Kitchens are appointed with dishwashers and custom built koa cabinets in both the Main House and Owners Suite.
Kitchenettes. (3) Banyan Cottage, Pikaki Room & Bachelor Apt.
Facility includes: Marble or Tile Baths (5) Makua, Malia, Banyan, Library & Owners Suite. Air Conditioning, new (3) Owners Apt., Makua Room & Pikaki Room. Electrical breaker panels (5) 115 & 230 circuits, 1 ea. bldg. with one main meter. Garage door openers (2) Shop door 12' x 8', house garage door 10' x 7'. Japanese spa bridge is 14' to cross over the stream. Cesspools (2) One is 8' x 20', & 7' x 16' no problems at all in 33 years. Concrete Flat Work 11,313. sq. ft. Dry stack stone walls 1,643. sq. ft. Stone/Cement walls 3,401 sq. ft. Oriental jade slate lanai & garden patio 394 sq. ft. Stone steps, stone/cement 52 steps, stone faced step area: 175. sq. ft. Stone steps, dry stack (5). Flat stone walks & areas 776. sq. ft. Front Corner Retaining walls 600 sq. ft. Concrete stone: 30" thick + Concrete and Stone work above, 250 sq. ft. + fountain. These improvement do not include the stone work for the foundations of any of the buildings or the stone work that is attached to any of the buildings.
Trees (12 large): (12 large): Banyan trees, (7) very large shade beautiful and excellent buffers along Hualalai Road. Hayden Mango (2) excellent, McNut (2) excellent, Sharwell Avalcado one excellent, Orange (3) dwarf, one very large monkey pod, Banana (25) Both Bluefields & William's, Pineapple Patch (50) Golden, Samoan Coconuts (3) and Hawaiian Coconuts (3)
The gross income for the Inn for 1999 2000 and up to 9/11 was approximately $200,000. per year. Same for the gross income in 2012. Tourism on Hawaii Island is presently gaining good ground and the Inn should be able to have a much higher gross in 2014 with professional publicity. Personally, I am 81 and not really up to working with the publicity as I use to. The publicity on the Internet is the key to keeping the Inn full. If professionally managed the Inn could gross $250, 000. per year.
After 9/11 the Inn was used as a Christian Retreat Center by Trinity Fellowship International. The Inn complex is well designed as a B&B Inn. But the property could also be well used for a Corporate Retreat or a large family vacation home. The Inn is located at a most ideal 940 foot elevation in the Holualoa Kona Coffee Country and has about the best climate and central location in Kailua Kona, Hawaii. Yet the area still has a gentle touch of old Hawai'i with small ranches and coffee shacks here and there. However, many multi million dollar homes are now being built in the Inn at this time. The Elementary School, just 3 miles from us at Holualoa, is one of the best in Hawaii. Due to Lako Street and Puapuaanui Street the Inn enjoys a very quiet setting..
Please feel free to call Ken Smith, (owner) for further information or a showing at 808 896 8937 cell, 808 329 1123 Ken's e mail is: firstname.lastname@example.org or ken@trinity aloha.org. The address is: 76 770 Hualalai Road, Kailua Kona, HI 96740.