The tropical fruit orchards include approximately 300 Kaimana Lychee trees. Last year over 20,000 pounds of Lychee were harvested and sold.
Ideal, low elevation location is perfect for growing Macadamia Nut and rare tropical fruit crops. Located close to the ocean with land to build homes on!
There are approximately 300 Mangosteen and 90 Longan trees. Mangosteen is a high demand fruit with medicinal properties. Longan fruit is in high demand and usually exported to out of state consumers.
Bees maximize pollination and fruit production. Shown are Lychee trees with white box bee hives, and a Norfolk Island Pine windbreak.
Longan is a high demand fruit very popular in the Asian fruit market. It is very sweet and similar to a lychee. Longan can yield about 200 to 400 pounds per tree, and the fruit sells for $2 to $4 per pound.
Sixty seven acres of producing Macadamia Nut Trees (approximately 4700 trees). A management and nut purchase contracts are in place, making this possible to own as an absentee investor.
A fruiting Lychee tree. Kaimana lychees have a small pit and a thick fruit layer, highly desired in the market place.
Longan flowering tree. Longan fruit has the potential to cycle production year round by controlling flowering, a huge advantage in marketing the fruit.
Rambutan is a beautiful tropical exotic fruit. Like a lychee, it has an interior pulp of sweet fruit and a seed.
Farming and sales contracts are in place, requiring minimal site management by the new owner.
Current Agriculture zoning (AG-20A) allows minimum lot size of 20 acres. Located between Hilo and Keaau... Keaau is the central town of the Puna District, the fastest growing area in the State of Hawaii.
Expect high crop yields at this low elevation site. Located in the Keaau area, only minutes to downtown Hilo on the Big Island of Hawaii.
A fruit bearing Longan tree. The clumps of fruit are thick and heavy.
Export demand is huge and forecasts point to a strong market future.
The entire property is being run by competent managers.
The Macadamia Nut orchard average annual production over the last 10 years has been about 250,000 pounds, but is expected to go up as replacement trees come into production.
The Lychee, Longan and Mangostten orchards are fenced and gated.
Fresh water well under shed, with water pump and irrigation system used for Lychee, Longan and Mangosteen orchard.
Close proximity of orchard to processing and shipping vendors create efficiency in operations.
Located in the Keaau area, only minutes to downtown Hilo.
Keaau is the central town of the Puna District, the fastest growing area in the state of Hawaii.
Current agricultural zoning (AG-20A) allows minimum lot size of 20 acres.
There are also 32 acres of undeveloped land that could be used to build homes.
This is a great place to build your Hawaiian private estate. Welcome home!