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Recently 3\4 cleared land, had laid fallow for about 10 years, so will easily qualify for organic status. Has 2 mature Samoan coconut trees, some mature citrus and avocado. Has some mowable grass area in the front. Has a huge patch of smooth pahoehoe lava, made piles of soil that had peeled off the pahoehoe. Some of the land has been ripped and has soil. Gravel driveway goes almost to back of property. Has a 40' tour bus, with the seats taken out, it's located in the back of the property. I was going to build and after being here in Hawaii for 30 years, I've realized it is time to to return to the mainland. So it has recently county approved house plans for a small house and the legal septic tank is already installed. Has a rustic 20' shipping container on wheels that can be attached to the septic system, to use while you build. the container  has a sink shower and toilet. The lot is a long rectangle shape, but it's not a spegiti lot. $79,000. with 50% down 5% fixed interest. That would be around $450. a month for 10 years. Or make cash offer. This is zoned ag and has no deed restrictions. There is $200 a year association fee to help with maintaining the roads. Its about a mile and half to general store with garden supplies, food, hardware, gas, propane and bus stop. There is a farmer's market once a month about a half mile from the property. Also, the place sits high in Lava zone 3, so situated in good location.
I also have a third of acre for sale in Hawi. Here is the craigslist link for it. https://honolulu.craigslist.org/big/reo/d/hawi-house-lot-for-sale-in-hawi/6982515556.html
Phone number is 808-895-5391
 
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