Overlooking Kailua Village and Kona’s vibrant coastline, Kona Uplands is a gated community offering 5+ acre agricultural parcels with spectacular ocean views. Nearby Holualoa is a small village known for its agricultural heritage and its many art galleries and studios.
Historic Holualoa Village
Coffee farms and orchards define the landscape of the upcountry community of Holualoa, which is also known as an artists' community. In the heart of Kona's Coffee Belt, this storied village offers the allure of rich culture embodied in historic shops, quaint inns and charming art galleries. Holualoa has its own zip code with a small post office and an elementary school. It still has an old town feel the serves the surrounding community.
Year round, this nostalgic village comes alive as it hosts various events. The “Holualoa Village Coffee and Art Stroll” during the annual Kona Coffee Festival is an event offering coffee samples from local growers. The Holualoa Village Association hosts an annual Holiday Tradition with the “Music and Light Festival” on the first Saturday in December. The village further enjoys “First Fridays” with a monthly celebration of “Art After Dark.”
Mamalahoa Kona Heritage Corridor
Scenic Mamalahoa Highway winds through North Kona and is designated as the Mamalahoa Kona Heritage Corridor as it traverses through what locals refer to as the Kona Coffee Belt. The beauty, heritage and allure of that region provides for an attractive and active lifestyle. There are numerous coffee tasting and sales show rooms along the corridor, a quaint inn and many Bed and Breakfast establishments. The historic K. Komo Store located just a short distance from Kona Uplands provides a small local general store experience including gasoline service.