These majestic lands of Kualono are located on the verdant slopes of Hualalai mountain in the district of Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. This is the home of Hawaiian Royalty and King Kamehameha the great resided here as it is one of the most desirable locations in all the Hawaiian Islands. The property is situated between two of America's wealthiest dynasties. On the north boundary are the Crown Lands of Keauhou Resort owned by Bishop Estate, America’s largest private trust. To the south is Hokulia Resort owned by the world's wealthiest family. Hokulia is one of the world's finest private residential resorts and includes a spectacular Jack Nickolas golf course. Keauhou Resort also provides oceanfront golfing along with a major shopping center, cinemas and numerous other amenities. This property is fifteen miles from Kona International Airport. Keauhou bay and various beaches are nearby. Just north of Kailua Kona are five additional resorts including Four Seasons at Hualalai, Rockefeller's Mauna Kea Resort and Kukio, home to many of Silicon Valley's CEO's. These resorts provide endless opportunities for world class golf, water sports, big game fishing and restaurants of every variety. Kona is home to World Championship Ironman Race, the International Billfish Tournament and regularly host PGA type golf tournaments. Kualono in Hawaiian means the ridge near the peak. The panoramic views from this property are breathtaking and the sunsets are nothing short of spectacular. Sunny days and cool evenings with gentle ocean breezes make for ideal living conditions. Of special note is the fact the seller has obtained a Hawaii Regional Center Designation in the Immigrant Investor Program, (EB-5). This is very valuable to international companies seeking U.S. citizenship and provides special financing opportunities. Please contact the Listor for the current status of development entitlements or for a private tour of the property.