A home that was built in the early years of the sugar plantations, this classic plantation style home with high ceilings reminds of the good old days. In a small subdivision with quaint homes, this home sits on over 18,000 sf of land with fruit trees including a mature avocado tree. The home is inviting with a kitchen that has lots of cabinet space. It then flows into cozy living room with lots of windows that allow the natural light to enter. Just outside of the living room is a sitting area where you can have a cup of coffee and enjoy the trade winds and see the Pacific Ocean spread out before you. Down the hallway are 3 bedrooms along with a full bath. As in many homes of the era, you do have hardwood floors which adds to the charm of this home. Outside, you do have lots of land to work with where you can add more fruit trees or tropical plants. All of this with some great ocean views. In addition you have a detached carport and also a workshop. With over 1/3 acre this property has lots of room. This is a unique opportunity to own a special place on the Hamakua coast which is a short drive to the town of Laupahoehoe and also the very special Laupahoehoe Point Park. One just needs to picture how a little paint and elbow grease will make this property special once again.
Coldwell Banker Day-Lum Properties
This Single Family Residence is priced at $295,000 and located at 39-110 Kukui Village Lp, . With 3 Bedrooms and 1.00 Bathrooms, it offers a total of 882 Square feet. This Residential was built in 1920 and its status is Active. 39-110 Kukui Village Lp is in proximity to Schools. This property is represented by Howard Meguro of Coldwell Banker Day-Lum Properties, our team of Realtors can represent you at no additional cost.
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Listing information last updated on September 15th, 2019 at 8:55pm HST.