As a Realtor on Kauai I've been to Kukui'ula many times.  I've attended special events for agents where the developers of Kukui'ula wine and dine you to promote their beautiful project...and it is beautiful!

I've always know that aesthetically Kukui'ula real estate development offers the best of what Poipu and Koloa on Kauai have to offer.  What I didn't understand is how dreamy it is! about living the ultimate lifestyle on Kauai!

A good friend of mine is building a few stunning spec homes in Kukui'ula (and I'm not even talking about how amazing his homes are). He invited me to spend the day at the Kukui'ula Club House which they call the Plantation House. I asked my friend Erica if she wanted to come along with me because these things are usually more fun with a friend.  

As we turned off the Kuhio Highway into the Tunnel of Trees in Koloa on our way to Poipu.  I could feel the energy change as I knew we would soon be there! Erica was excited and interested in seeing the property, but said, "do we have to spend the whole day there, why don't we leave after lunch"?  As soon as we arrived at the Plantation House in Kukui'ula Erica said "I've changed my mind, I never want to leave this place!"

We pulled up to valet our car VIP treatment began. FYI, as I spent the day there I noticed that every single person there gets VIP treatment not just people they're trying to sell the project to! I particularly noticed the way that they took care of a members teenage grandchildren.  It was impressive!

The Valets quickly approached me and ascertained who I was.  Since they knew it was my first time spending real time at the Kukui'ula club house they introduced me to a lady who gave me a quick tour so that I would know all of the wonderful things they had to offer!

Lanai in Kukui'ula Plantation House


In the picture above (that I took with my cell phone) you can see just one of the lovely lanais in Kukui'ula's club house.

The designers of Kukui'ula have thought of everything from free cell phone chargers, coke zero (and other drinks), an ice cream drawer full of single serving sized treats, to a daily continental breakfast, pool tables, an old school Pac-Man game...and the list goes one.  It was like Disneyland at the beach, but almost everything was free!

This day to be continued in my next blog...

Call/text/email me with any questions about Kukui'ula real estate.

Anne Eliason



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