Nestled in the beautiful Wailua Homesteads, this attached, 2 bdrm, 1 ba, overlooks the pristine Sleeping Giant mountain. The 850 sf unit has its own private entrance and is available partially furnished or unfurnished, It comes with a shared washer/dryer and solar hot water heater. No pets, non smoker. Please do not disturb tenants. Viewings by appointment only!
Yvette Dishman (831) 458-1900
9 Good Reasons To Live in The Wailua Homesteads
1. Opaekka Falls
How about passing the Opaekaa Falls on your way to and from work every day? Located on the East Side on your way to Wailua Homesteads you will reach a point to the roadside with the gorgeous Opaekaa Falls to your right. This 151-feet-tall, 40-feet-wide waterfall is easily one of the island s most viable waterfalls. For those lucky enough to live in the Wailua Homesteads they pass this beautiful lookout every day, and it never gets old.
The Wailua Homesteads is a desired area to live as it has two corridors in and out of the area. If you work in Lihue or need to go shopping at Walmart or Costco you are only a 15 -minute drive away. Need to head to Kapaa or bring the kids to school? Then head down Opaekaa Road and you will be there in about 10 minutes. The Wailua Homesteads is Country living but just minutes to town.
3. Views, Views, Views!
Whether you live in a house on the rim overlooking the Wailua River or you live on the interior with mountain views, every spot has a view! Almost every property in the Wailua homesteads has some sort of mountain view making it a special place to live. Wailua homesteads feature many ag and residential lots and represent country living on Kauai.
4. The Country Store
Speaking about country, did you forget your eggs? If so the Wailua Country Store is the only store located in the Wailua Homesteads and is a family owned operation which even sells fresh local beef!
5. The Wailua Homesteads Park
This large park has everything including a soccer field, basketball quarts, tennis quarts and even a dog park! Bring the kids to the playground or introduce your dog to new friends. This park has a pavilion and the new 1.5-acre dog use area includes double-gated entrances for a separated one-acre play area for large dogs and a half-acre section for dogs under 30 pounds.
6. The Hindu Monastery
Kauai s Hindu Monastery is a traditional South-Indian style monastery-temple complex. It features beautiful walking gardens. Approximately once a week, a guided tour begins at 9am in the gazebo at the monastery entrance, 107 Kaholalele Road. It lasts about two hours. The tour is free, however, love offerings are welcomed, as donations from visitors are what allows us to continue building the new Iraivan Temple and beautify this sanctuary. You can read more about the monastery it here.
7. Hike the Sleeping Giant Trail
If you like exploring and seeing great views you will enjoy the Sleeping Giant Trail. Light hikers and experienced ones can both enjoy the Sleeping Giant as there are different points you can stop and enjoy the sites. You will enjoy a walk through a forest and find views of Wailua River and the ocean. There are picnic areas as well. Bring water and snacks!
8. The Moalep Trail
The Moalepe Trail on the East Side of Kauai offers wonderful views of Makaleha, Kong, and Kalalea Mountain. You can find Moalepe trail by driving to the top of Olohena Road where it ends. This trail is enjoyed by hikers, horseback riders, and mountain bikers.
9. Swim in Cold, Fresh Water at Loop Road
Loop Road or otherwise known as the Arboretum, is a cool spot to enjoy a hot afternoon. There are different swimming holes to enjoy and a few small shelters with picnic tables. It is also surrounded by little walks which feature beautiful Painted Eucalyptus Trees.
No Utilities included in rent
Off Street Parking
Tenant is responsible for all utilities.
At $1,750, this listing is priced $385 cheaper than the current market rate for a 2 bedroom home in Kauai County.
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