6040-C Kahiliholo is a custom-built private home on an enchanted 3.17-acre property set beneath the Namahana Mountain Range in Kalihiwai Ridge. Occupied by the original owner who is an accomplished high-end builder, this 4BD/3.5BA home is an impeccably maintained one story residence that offers the ability for multi-family living. The unique floor plan has two separate wings with a large 20’ x 24’ screened lanai at its center, allowing for optimal entertaining space for family and friends while maintaining autonomy and privacy throughout the home.Read More
When you work with Buyer's in this market long enough, you receive a myriad of answers when asking the simple question, "Why did you choose Kauai?" Working in a primarily second home market, the answer usually starts with something along the lines of:
Because it's the most beautiful place on earth.
I can't handle the traffic.
Please no more shoveling snow.
In 1962, a professional manufacturing association known as the Hawaiian Fashion Guild began to promote aloha shirts in the workplace, as business attire. The Guild gave two aloha shirts to every member of the Hawaii House of Representatives and the Hawaii Senate. Then a resolution was passed recommending aloha attire be worn during the summer.
In 1965, a campaign lobbying for "Aloha Friday” would encourage employers to allow men to wear aloha shirts on Fridays. By 1970, aloha wear had gained acceptance in Hawaii as business attire for any day of the week.
Hawaii's custom of Aloha Friday slowly spread east to California, continuing around the globe until the 1990s, when it became known as Casual Friday. Today in Hawaii, Alohawear is worn as business attire for any day of the week, and "Aloha Friday" is generally used to refer to the last day of the work week. Kimo Kahoano and Paul Natto used "Aloha Friday” in their 1982 song, "It's Aloha Friday, No Work 'til Monday,” which is still heard every Friday on Hawaii radio stations across the state.
Most travelers come to Hawaii in the Winter to escape the cold weather and seek refuge in the sunshine. If visiting the North Shore though, their fantasies of tranquil lake-like warm waters could be derailed by high surf and dangerous currents. So when you can't go to the beach, what can you do on Kauai's north shore during the winter season you ask? Read below to find out!Read More