A gated entrance leads to 564 acres of farmland, pastures and waterfalls.
Waterfalls, Mauna Kea views and Hilo Bay views. This 564 acre parcel has it all! Large parcels like this are rare to find so close to Hilo.
There are so many waterfalls on this property ... too many to count! What a location for a zipline, and only 6 miles from Hilo.
Bordering the property is Honolii Stream. In the distance is majestic Mauna Kea Mountain.
Your own airstrip! This airstrip is a remnant of the bygone days of the sugar plantations. Today, it is difficult to get approval for private runways.
Hamakua Coast farmland is ideal for sweet potato cultivation.
This is one of the few areas in which sweet potatoes, a high-demand crop, grow.
Some of the land is currently used to raise cattle and horses.
The owner has some of the property being used to raise cattle and horses.
Fencing separates farmland.
Former plantation suger cane roads are in place on the property. These are sturdy roads made for heavy trucks and equipment.
Farming on the Hamakua coast is flourishing!
Hundreds of acres of agricultural land, right outside Hilo. Rolling hills are ideal for grazing, riding or farmland. Currently, the owner has an agreement with a zipline company using part of the property for tours.
The Ag-20 zoning. In the future, it may be possible to subdivide into 20 acre parcels, but would need approval from the County of Hawaii Planning Department.
One of the many large koa trees on this large acreage.
This view shows the acreage in the foreground, and Hilo Bay in the distance. Honolii Stream is on the right. Honolii is the south border of the parcel.
Paukaa is a few miles north of Hilo. If you follow Honolii Stream to the ocean, you'll find yourself at one of Hilo's best surfing spots. Come see this unique property and enjoy the pleasant East Hawaii lifestyle.