$170,000
Active


  • MLS# 624304
  • South Kohala
  • Kilohana Kai at Waikoloa
  • Land
  • 0.24 Acres


Great lot to build your next home, with some views of the Pacific ocean's horizon and Kohala Mountain's range. Take advantage of the serene and superb surroundings. There are newer homes in the subdivision, along with wide streets and sidewalks that have streetlights. Gradual incline of the area allows for both the views and fresh breezes to come through. Lot is cleared and back portion of the lot is like a hill that could serve as a one-of-kind landscaped yard!

Waikoloa Village is located at approx. 800-1000 ft above sea level and conveniently has a shopping center where you can get groceries, bank, fill up on gas, etc. It's a 10-15 minute drive to the areas beaches and hotel resorts, where you can enjoy the sun and water, shop and dine at local shops and eateries, catch a movie, snorkel/diving, or just enjoy living on the West side of the Big Island. Nearest towns of Waimea (Kamuela) or Kailua-Kona, although a little distance more away, will have much of what the household needs.

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Days On Market
232
Price Per Square Foot
$16
Assessed Value
$148,300
Annual Property Tax
$1,646
Tenure
Fee Simple
Tax Key (TMK)
Condo Maintenance
$70 Monthly
Acres
0.24
Previous List Price
$185,000
Mountain View
Yes
Ohana/ADU
No

Exterior

Zoning
RS-10
Road Description
County
Paved
Street Lights
Easement Desc.
Electric
Lot Description
Clear
Rocky
View
Mountain
Ocean Horizon
Topography
Graded
Gentle Slope
Terraced

Utilities

Power
Overhead
Water
Private

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South Kohala

The South Kohala district encompasses the sun-struck shoreline of the Big Island's northwestern coast and reaches upland (mauka) to Waimea’s cool green pastures. Near the ocean, volcano goddess Pele’s work is a dramatic lavascape, studded here and there by kipuka (small vegetated oases surrounded by lava flows). Today, as in ancient times, this area offers a valued portal to the sea where you can still see Kamehameha the Great’s shoreline fishponds all along the Kohala Coast.

During the 1960's bold land developers spent millions to create additional kipuka along the shoreline. These oases are the Mauna Kea, Mauna Lani and Waikoloa oceanfront resorts of the Kohala Coast. The resort culture, in turn, inspired development of luxury real estate options in the nearby areas: custom homes, villas, condominiums and vacation residences.

Tucked in among the Kohala Coast resorts is the tiny, low-key beachfront community of Puako. Once a fishing hamlet reachable only by boat, Puako embraces an appealing mix of high-end custom homes and vacation rentals as well as plantation-style beach shacks and modest cottages. The palpable contentment enjoyed by this diverse little enclave is the result of the live-and-let-live facet of aloha, evidenced when neighbors meet to talk story on the front porch of M’s Puako General Store, the only store in town.

Six miles upland from the shoreline, Waikoloa Village (as opposed to coastal Waikoloa Resort) is a relatively new subdivision developed over the last 35 years.  Originally intended as affordable housing for resort workers, Waikoloa has grown into an interesting convergence of young working families, “snowbirds” (part-time residents from the mainland), recent transplants, baby boomer retirees and kama’āina(meaning "old-timers") who enjoy the warm weather (in spite of sometimes blustery winds). With several condominium complexes, a shopping center and an active Community Association, Waikoloa Village is conveniently located between Waimea and Kailua-Kona. Homeowners in the Village also have access to nearby tennis and golf amenities.

On the high, cool plain to the north and east is the captivating cowboy town of Waimea, also known as Kamuela. "Waimea" translates to "red water," and every Hawaiian Island has at least one place called Waimea. When the 20th century Post Office needed a zip code, it was designated Kamuela, or Samuel, for a member of the Parker family.

Prized throughout Hawaiian history as a rich source of fresh water and good soil, Waimea is the headquarters of Parker Ranch, at one time the world’s largest privately-owned cattle operation. 

Although you see symbols of urban America in the town’s main shopping area (including a Starbucks), the essential character of Waimea is an appealing balance of cowboy-rustic and cultivated sophistication. Here, you will find highly-regarded private schools, a contemporary hospital, headquarters for multiple astronomy observatories, fine restaurants, art galleries and the Kahilu Theatre, a performing arts center, all located in close proximity to a rodeo arena, acres of farms and grazing cattle on vast ranches.


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