*Price Reduced from $875,000 to $765,000!!!* 2.10 Acres
Front of Home
Backside. Separate entry to 1bdrm 1bath & large storage downstairs
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The Big Island of Hawaii more recently called Hawaii Island has been and is still well-known for its delicious Gourmet Kona Coffee and scrumptious Macadamia Nuts! Owning this well-maintained 2.10 acre farm can be the dream of your lifetime!
This 4 bedrooms 3.5 baths 1,716 sq. ft. immaculate home with its warm and cozy wood burning fireplace sits above this beautiful farm full of 900 plus coffee trees! Macadamia nut trees, bananas, pumpkins, orange trees, kale, beans and a wide selection of beautiful tropical flowers such as anthiriums, orchids and much more completes this farm!!!
Downstairs is one of the bedrooms and bath with separate entry and an additional 288 sq ft storage or workshop that can be extended for additional living space!
Sipping your morning coffee while sitting on your large wrap around lanai overlooking your farm gives you a feeling of peace and security knowing that it will bring you additinal income! Munch on your own delicious macadamia nuts, avocados, bananas and other fruits and veggies you grow! A bonus to this farm is a cozy workers' shed, unpermitted, with its own bath and kitchen!
Located above the town of Captain Cook near the ocean sanctuary of Kealakekua Bay, makes a great elevation for farming!
Come and see this 80 year old family owned farm which was given a lot of ALOHA! A MUST SEE!!!
4 bedrooms 3.5 baths Recessed lighting in living room and in dining area Large kitchen w/breakfast built-in counter Wood burning fireplace Master bedroom has spacious vanity between walk-in closet and master bath 1 bdrm 1 ba downstairs w/separate entry with lots of room to expand Farm equipment and farm truck included Beautifully landscaped lawn Lots of Ti leaf plants for creative ti-leaf lei making Banana, avocados and pumpkin also sold at local grocery stores/bakery Coffee and macadamia nuts sold to local processors and roasters