A Traditional Tea House In Kona Hawaii

Dated: 02/20/2016

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I viewed this home on Realtor Caravan this morning and was delighted to find that it has a traditional tea house in the forest off from the main house.  You travel along a stone path, across a small bridge, through the bamboo and other tropical plants.  The tea house overlooks a small koi pond and stream that produces soothing water noises as you relax among Hawaiian tropical wonders.  It is a place for reflection, serenity, and the enjoyment of your cup of fresh brewed Kona tea.  

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 Oh yes, and the home is gorgeous too!

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For Information on growing tea in Hawaii, click here:  http://charlie.hawaii.myislandhomerealty.com/blog/Grow+Tea+In+Hawaii

For information on homes for sale in the prime tea growing area in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, click here:  http://charlie.hawaii.myislandhomerealty.com/blog/Five+Properties+For+Sale+In+The+Tea+Growing+Area+In+Kailua+Kona+Hawaii

To view properties for sale in Kona Hawaii, visit my website:  http://charlie.myislandhomerealty.com  or email me at cpkona@outlook.com

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