In the hills above Kapaa Town
Kulana is an agricultural subdivision with lots averaging around 2 acres on Kauai's East Side bordered by Olohena, Hauiki, and Kaapuni Roads. The developer failed to complete the infrastructure and the homeowner association is now grappling with bringing this to completion. Periodically I receive reports that the association is making good progress in a resolution but then nothing seems to happen. If you have high risk & frustration tolerances, then now could be a good time for a fresh owner to step in and pick up a prime lot at half the original price or less. Interested buyers are advised to consult with a knowledgeable attorney prior to a purchase.
Drive-thru videos of the subdivision are available, Kulana video 1 and Kulana video 2. A Kulana subdivision map is available as a 2 MB file. You may also view early marketing maps which are now out of date but give historical perspective.
Special Note: I continue to receive inquiries about buying a Kulana lot and building a shack/shanty/treehouse/tent structure/etc to live in. Please note that Kulana has a community association with strict design guidelines and these type of options will surely not be approved. In addition to this, the County of Kauai still not issuing building permits for Kulana (March 2015 update). I am unable to offer any semblance of encouragement to this type of planning.
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