Two acres of peaceful living…and Coscto and Pine Trees beach are within a 15-minute drive!
Located at the end of a cul-de-sac and nestled among the trees this home is purposefully hidden from the road. Hapu’u fern, ohia, ti and mamake are just some of the beautiful fauna lining the property. You’ll find open areas of lime, banana, tangerine, caracara and multiple grafted Sharwil avocado trees toward the south end of the property. Kopiko and coffee trees outline the lava rock wall that graces the makai side of the home.
There are separate entries - upstairs and the downstairs – off of the generously sized lanai. Upstairs features a lava rock fireplace, exposed-beam ceilings and plenty of windows to let in light and views of the trees. The great room offers vaulted ceilings, cozy window seating and a kitchen island to add to the comfortable and serene intention of this home. There are 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms – with the master having an en suite bathroom and hidden office / desk space. The flooring through the home was recently updated with gorgeous engineered acacia (koa) wood and tile and the roof was recently replaced.
An interior stairwell takes you downstairs where you can close off the door to a separate living area. Inside is lined with beautiful cabinetry, a sink, newer appliances and a big table to gather. The sliding door from the living space to the lanai makes for great indoor / outdoor dining and relaxation. Both of the downstairs bedrooms offer private garden views and have easy access to the recently updated bathroom.
There is a 20 x 20 shed just steps from the lower lanai. Perfect for the woodworker, crafter or someone wanting a little extra space outside of the home.This retreat isn’t to be missed!
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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.