The entire property, including residential areas, has more than 800 acres. There were a total of 10 sales in Hualālai (Four Seasons) neighborhoods, four condos and six single-family homes. A favorite of Hollywood royalty, Big Island's Four Seasons is more secluded than its sister property in Maui. It sits on 863 acres of palm-fringed coastline, with just over miles in either direction, apart from two exclusive golf courses and some of the most expensive vacation homes in the state.
Sensitively designed for its unique setting, this 18-hole championship course, signature of Jack Nicklaus, winds over 7,100 yards, starts in a lush oasis, flows through bright green fairways outlined with black lava, and then returns to the ocean for the final holes. Located on the Kona-Kohala coast, this 865-acre five-star Four Seasons property features white sand beaches and a black lava landscape.