$3,500,000
Active


  • MLS# 605612
  • North Hilo
  • Land
  • 992.77 Acres


-Unsurpassed OCEAN VIEWS, WATERFALLS, STREAMS, HIKING, MOUNTAIN CLIMBING, SWIMMING this property has it all!
-Annual property tax of $1173.00. Perfect property for land banking or Family compound/plantation with ultimate privacy and security.
-992.77 acres (Approximately) or about $3,525 an acre.
-Native forests of Koa, Ohia and Breadfruit.
-Zoned as conservation RESOURCE, the potential exists to harvest the timber on site. Buyers need to do their own due diligence regarding the appropriate permits. Creating and generating hydroelectric power on site is another potential possibility given the number of waterfalls on the property.

ADJACENT PARCEL (3)3-4-2:04 (MLS 605614) IS ALSO FOR SALE AND CAN BE PURCHASED TOGETHER FOR A TOTAL OF $10,500,000.00 (for approximately 2,230.39 total acres)
Status
Active
Land Area
992.77 ACRES
Tenure
Fee Simple
Mountain View
Yes
Ocean View
Yes
Days On Market
291
Assessed Value
$119,100
Annual Property Tax
$1,173
Tax Key (TMK)
Previous List Price
$3,000,000

Exterior

Zoning
CON
Lot Description
Grassy
PA
Rocky
Other (remarks)
Wooded
Topography
Graded
IR
Frontage
Pasture
Preservation
Stream/Canal

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North Hilo

Know for nearly ideal tropical weather, stunning cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean and vast expanses of hardwood forests, the North Hilo district on the Big Island's Hamakua Coast is home to several small communities, including Ninole, Papaaloa, Laupahoehoe and Ookala.

Here, historic plantation villages lie nestled among large expanses of agricultural and forested lands. This is a place where residents enjoy country living, but can also take advantage of North Hilo's close proximity to Hilo town.

Those least familiar with North Hilo likely know the stretch of Hawaii Belt Road that runs through the district for the three dramatic gulches that define this section of the Hamakua Coast drive: Maulua Gulch, Laupahoehoe Gulch and Kaawalii Gulch. Those more familiar with the district are acquainted with its rich history, including its deep roots in the sugar plantation era, traces of which are still very evident today.

A significant amount of land in this area is zoned as either agricultural or "forest reserve" conservation land. In some cases, residential properties are located adjacent to expansive forests of prized Koa or Ohia trees. As with the rest of the Big Island, this is a place where both plantation-style village homes and multi-million dollar estates are common offerings among listings for sale.

Our agents know this area well and have great respect for the heritage of the community. Working with a knowledgable Clark Realty agent will help those interested in Hamakua Coast real estate successfully navigate the ins and outs of rural Big Island real estate.


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Interest rate, taxes, insurance, PMI payments, etc., displayed above are estimates only and are subject to change based on market conditions and individual financial circumstances. Clark Realty Corporation is not a lender and does not guarantee that the rate and terms displayed above can be obtained.


Listed By Elite Pacific Properties LLC - Waikoloa

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