Koloa is an unincorporated census-designated place in Kauai County, Hawaii. Its history is permanently documented not only in its name, which means Long Sugar, but also in its downtown buildings of over 100 years of age. Koloa is the site of the first successful commercial sugar company on the island. Culture, entertainment, and recreation take on various forms here, ranging from being able to practice your swing at the Poipu Bay Golf Course, visiting the Makauwahi Cave, taking a sunbath at the Lawai Beach or the Kukuiula Harbor Beach, walking in the Old Koloa Town, stocking up on groceries at the Koloa Monday Farmers Market, exploring the Koloa Heritage Trail, soaking up culture at the Alan Akana Gallery, the Art House Hawaii, or the Halelea Gallery. To make your and your family’s life as cozy as possible, your best option is to invest into a separately owned, spacious townhouse in Koloa, or its close vicinity, and start enjoying the perks that come with this kind of ownership. Not only does this translate into living in a highly desirable area within walking or mass-transit distance of business and industrial centers, but also that your new house has been designed to include deluxe interior as well as exterior facilities. As a plus, you, as a home owner, are not solely responsible for maintaining the common areas of your property. No fewer than 1 townhouse communities have been established in this place by prestigious builders with various price ranges starting from $657,538 to $866,466 featuring different condo sizes from 1,208 up until 1,850, so that each family finds the home that best suits their expectations.