#TravelTuesday – Colorful Beaches
Posted on March 28, 2017
Take the time to look around and be inspired by the vibrant colors naturally found across planet Earth. This #TravelTuesday, explore homes near the world’s most colorful beaches.
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Papakōlea Beach is a green sand beach located on the southeastern end of the island of Hawaii. The olivine-colored sand is said to come out from the erosion of a collapsed cinder cone.
$1,599,000 USD | Captain Cook, Hawaii | MacArthur Sotheby’s International Realty
Just north of Papakōlea Beach, nestled upon three private acres, lies this tranquil island retreat. The property has unique finishes throughout including Mexican Saltillo tile floors, mosaic tile designs and a fireplace built with hand-picked smooth lava beach rocks and a driftwood mantel. A five-bedroom oasis, the home offers unobstructed views of the Hawaiian coastline.
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For pink sand beaches, look no further than Harbor Island in the Bahamas.
$1,650,000 USD | Harbour Island, Eleuthera, Bahamas | Damianos Sotheby’s International Realty
A historic colonial home originally built in the 1800s, this Harbor Island property offers a cozy island lifestyle with easy access to the beach. The home was renovated in 2013 and honors the property’s architectural past with mahogany windows and doors, cedar siting interiors and a shingle roof. The home has three bedrooms and additionally features an outdoor dining area and sitting porch, seamlessly blending indoor and outdoor living.
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Located on the Maltese island of Gozo, Ramla Bay boasts unique, orange sand beaches.
€2.500.000 EUR | Xewkija, Malta | Malta Sotheby’s International Realty
Less than 15 minutes inland from Ramla Bay, in the village of Xewkija, sits this historic, 18thCentury estate. Spanning over 13,000 square-feet, the meticulously restored property comprises a main house, outdoor entertaining area, swimming pool, large garden with lawn area and a two-car garage. Four of the five bedrooms feature original frescos on the walls with the fifth bedroom boasting an adjacent terrace.
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Hyams Beach in New South Wales, Australia holds the Guinness World Record for whitest sand in the world.
Price Upon Request | Sydney, New South Wales, Australia | Sydney Sotheby’s International Realty
This sprawling, 50-acre estate is located north of Hyams Beach. The property comprises an elegant main house, separate pool house, double lock-up garage with additional parking for up to 10 cars and a farm with cattle yard, two dams and a shed. The home also features a heated self-cleaning oxygen pool and lush professional landscaping with gardens including date palms, olive trees, flame trees, wisteria and magnolia, among others.
By Ken Lund from Reno, Nevada, USA – Punalu’u Beach, Big Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, CC BY-SA 2.0
Punalu’u Beach, located on the island of Hawaii, is a black sand beach, formed from lava flowing into the ocean and then cooling.
$2,500,000 USD | Volcano, Hawaii | MacArthur Sotheby’s International Realty
North of the Punalu’U Beach is this historic, volcano property built in the early 1900s. The private estate is nestled upon more than 13 acres of gated land. Lying 3,800 feet above sea level, the property has been fully renovated and restored and comprises a main house, turnkey guest house and an art studio.
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