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In Lihue, adjacent to the island’s main airport, players find the magnificent Jack Nicklaus designed Ocean Course at Hokuala (formerly known as the Kiele Course at Kaua‘i Lagoons). The front nine is a big hitter’s dream with wide fairways and memorable holes, such as the par-3 fifth, where your tee shot must traverse a gaping canyon filled with towering mango trees.
But it’s the back nine where the scenery really kicks into high gear. In fact, Hokuala features the longest continuous stretch of oceanfront holes in Hawaii—Nos. 12 through 16—and they are at once extremely scenic and great fun to play.
Timbers Resorts, a developer and operator of global luxury boutique properties, has opened Timbers Kiawah – Ocean Club & Residences, the first new residential development on South Carolina’s Kiawah Island’s oceanfront in more than three decades. The $75 million project is the first residence club in the region and features 21 fractional ownership residences in three buildings.
We’ve sold product as high as $5,600 a square foot, and our average is $2,000 square feet. People think luxury is the most expensive things you can put within four walls. But for us, it’s about having the best location and the best amenities. That to me is more luxury than, say, adding in a tub that costs tens of thousands of dollars.
Over the course of more than a dozen years. Poipu Bay became synonymous with the PGA Grand Slam of Golf; however, the event made its first stop in Kauai at The Ocean Course at Hokaula (then known as Kauai Lagoons Resorts) in 1991. Hokuala recenty made headlines when it was purchased by Timbers Resorts, and the Hawaiian property captured even more attention after it broke ground on an exclusive ocean club and affiliated private residences.
Timbers Resorts, a Colorado-based luxury real estate and resort company, has begun selling ownership shares of the residences at its private Kiawah Island club, slated to open in October.
The $75 million Timbers Kiawah Ocean Club will have 21 residences available for fractional ownership, including 18 three-bedroom units and three four-bedroom units. Residents will have access to a private clubhouse with a lounge, wine storage and a fitness facility, as well as a private beach club with an oceanfront pool, hot tub, and a bar and grill.
Timbers Resorts, an independent developers and operators of private boutique resorts and residence clubs, has opened the Timbers Kauai – Ocean Club & Residences at Hōkūala. The property has views of the Pacific Ocean and Hau’pu mountains with direct access to the expansive shoreline. Wilson Associates’ Dallas studio handled the design.
Owners and resort guests will have prime access to two new food and beverage concepts, Hualani’s Restaurant and Nalu’s Pool Grill, along with The Farm at Hōkūala. Hualani’s Restaurant will offer seasonal farm-to-table Hawaiian cuisine for breakfast and dinner, with poolside eatery Nalu’s Grill serving up casual bites for lunch. Owners and guests will also have access to The Farm at Hōkūala, an organic community farm dedicated to agri-education and managed by Kauai local farmer Cody Meyer.
Timbers Resorts, an independent developer and operator of private boutique resorts and residence clubs, has announced the official grand opening of Timbers Kauai–Ocean Club & Residences at Hokuala.
Following the property’s official launch of sales in 2017, owners and guests are able to experience the unique property firsthand. Timbers Resorts has also unveiled new luxury vacation rentals at Timbers Kauai.
Distinguished as the last direct oceanfront property on the island of Kauai, the 450-acre resort community of Hokuala is both a Hawaiian jewel and a hot spot for vacationers. Opening on June 1, Timbers Kaua’i – Ocean Club & Residences offers whole-ownership two-, three-, and four-bedroom residences priced from $2 million to $9.75 million, as well as fractional ownership starting in the mid- $300,000s. A rental program is also available at Timbers Kauai; opening rates will range from $1,500 to $6,500 per night.