Take a step back in time when life moved at a comfortable pace and simplicity was embraced. The cool, upcountry town of Holualoa maintains that lifestyle. This private and accessible land will provide abundant space for you to build your perfect home. The land is semi-level because it was previously graded for coffee farming. No coffee remains today. This property was once used for tofu manufacturing and two buildings remain on site. One was built in the 1930s and the other in 1951. Neither has been maintained and would most likely be razed by the new owner. A fairly new private roadway is well constructed and it makes access easy. The property is 1 mile north of the Kona Hotel, which marks the coffee farming and artist community of Holualoa. At approximately 1,400 feet in elevation, you’ll enjoy lush vegetation and cooler temperatures than at sea level. A small stream runs through the property only while it’s raining. It adds charm but is not a concern for building here. The lot overlooks the vast blue Pacific and the town of Kailua-Kona. All of the shopping and amenities of town are only 15 minutes below. Kona’s incredible beaches are also a short drive away, but after a day in the sun, retreat to cool and quiet Holualoa. No utilities on the property currently but available on Mamalahoa Highway.
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Listing information last updated on November 11th, 2019 at 12:25pm HST.