A meticulously and lovingly restored plantation home is truly a piece of Kohala plantation history! Originally built in the 1930s this quintessential property has been accented with subtle updates to become the beauty it is today. In 2013 an additional permitted home was built - keeping the same traditional feel but tastefully adorned with modern-day comforts. This 1+ acre property has raised garden beds, privacy planting and a variety of fruit trees and local plants so it feels like your slice of Hawaiian paradise.
Property features: - Main home lanai is Cumaru hardwood with stainless screws and handmade plugs - Hand-scraped Angico hardwood and natural travertine stone - Master bedroom of the main home features custom milled African Mahogany trim and Port Orford cedar lined closet - Master bedroom of the main home features an outdoor shower garden with a generously sized jacuzzi tub - Hardwood kitchen cabinets - Handcrafted Brazilian Rain forest granite kitchen countertops - Travertine showers w/ custom glass doors - Blue Star gas commercial-style range - Producing trees include: mango, ulu (breadfruit), avocado, lychee, banana, lime, lemon, orange, tangerine, star fruit, mountain apple, guava, mac nut, Surinam cherry, cinnamon, rainbow shower, and grapefruit - Plants include: puakinikini, plumeria, monstera, lilikoi, dragon fruit, multiple ti plants, ape, passionflower vine, blue jade vine, hibiscus and more
This property is owner-occupied and down a flag lot. Showings are by appointment only. Please do not disturb the owners or the neighbors.
Appliances: Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Range/Oven, Range Hood
Exterior & Building
Water Source: Municipal
Utilities: Overhead, Underground
Sewer: Cesspool, Other
Sales Price: $999,950
Real Estate Tax: $6,064
55-536 Hualua Rd
Work With Dana
Dana’s extensive experience on Hawaii island ranges from working in the gates of resort developments at Kukio Properties and Kohanaiki Realty along the Kona coast to helping buyers and sellers in general real estate (land and build properties) in Kohala, Waimea, Waikoloa, the Hamakua Coast and Kona.