53-4433 Akoni Pule Hwy, Kapaau, HI 96755Kapaau, Hawaii, 96755United States
3 BD3 BASingle Family Home
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About 53-4433 Akoni Pule Hwy, Kapaau, HI 96755
Not far off the road that winds past Kapaau town on the way to Polulu Valley and Scenic Lookout you will find the solar- powered entrance gate and private road to this newer three bedroom home on over 14 acres. The home was sited on the lot to capture the best views of blue ocean below and misty Kohala Mountain Valleys above.
The rich soil, sunshine and rainfall are perfect for farming. The parcel is fenced and cross-fenced. The upper portion has been left in pasture for your horses or farm animals. Over 200 orchard trees have been planted.
The 2188 sq ft single story home has a master bedroom on one side, and two guest bedrooms on the other side of the central great room and kitchen. The L-shape provides wind protection for the ocean-view lanai, so you can sit outside and enjoy the Maui view after a day's work on the farm.
A sturdy three-door farm building is ready for your equipment and workshop. There is a chicken coop and extensive garden area.
Although there are a handful of homes nearby, the property enjoys a tremendous sense of quiet and privacy. You can hear the surf crashing in nearby Kapanaia Bay from your bed at night!
The property has county water and HELCO electric with solar hot water, but if you are interested in a "green" lifestyle conditions are right for solar and wind energy too.
If you want to enjoy the home part time, ag zoning would permit an additional farm worker dwelling to house a caretaker farmer.
This is truly a spot filled with the magic of Old Hawaii. You can drive or walk a few minutes to surf or swim at Kapanaia. This area is where Kamehameha the Great surfed and farmed in his youth, and returned throughout his life as every leader needs a special place for retreat and renewal.
The nearby towns of Hawi and Kapaau have the architecture of plantation days and are vibrant with eclectic shops, galleries and restaurants. Sell your produce at the Saturday farmers market