Driving into Kilauea town you will notice it’s working class roots. Plantation workers and their families have lived here for generations. Now that the sugar cane and gauva plantations are no longer in production, the modest homes belong to local families, young and old.
Kilauea town’s commercial footprint is growing rapidly with the construction of Kilauea Lighthouse Village. The new center will include a grocery store, restaurants, retail shops, and a bank. The historic stone building is home to local favorites Kauai Juice Co, Salon North, Metamorphose Yoga, Hunter Gatherer, Oskar’s Boutique, and Kilauea Fish Market. Across the road, Kong Lung Village has more food and shops including the delicious Palate Wine Bar. Outside Kilauea town, towards the Lighthouse and National Wildlife Refuge, are some of the North Shore’s most exclusive residences. Nearby beaches include Rock Quarry (Kahili), Secret Beach, Kalihiwai Bay, and Anini Beach Park.
If you are looking to start your own organic farm, or just want some acreage to play, there is plenty of agricultural land in areas like Kalihiwai Ridge, Kilauea Farms and Waipake for you to choose from. Kilauea town and the surrounding Ag lands are a solid choice for investing in a home, farm or estate property. For more information on buying or selling Kilauea real estate click here.
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