Hilo, HI Hawaii Country Land 20. acre for sale in Hilo, HI

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Live, farm and thrive on the Big Island of Hawaii. This exotic tropical fruit farm and smoothie stand await you w/authentic Big Island abundance and true aloha spirit. In every direction you look at this 20 ac. Onomea fruit farm and the world famous What's Shakin' Smoothie Bar and Restaurant, you will be welcomed and impressed w/the overall obvious quality. For locals and visitors alike, this stop on the famous 4 mi. scenic route out of Hilo is on everyone's must see list due to the dramatic scenery and the fresh, totally home-grown, homemade food of only local, natural ingredients. This tiny roadside business and farm is approx. 6 mi. from Historic Hilo town and on the way to Volcano National Park and Waipio Valley, both destinations on the Big Island w/a million+ visitors a year. The sale includes 20 ac. of a productive, income producing, immaculately maintained, highly regarded fruit farm that supplies most of the ingredients needed at What's Shakin'; the unusually profitable smoothie and restaurant business itself; a bucolic and lovely main home and a tractor barn w/farm equipment. The annually harvested total fruit, coconuts and avocados grown on the farm are seemingly endless, sought after by locals and wholesalers alike are recognized to be of unmatched quality. Mature and multi-planted varieties include avocado, mango, papaya, banana, yellow and white pineapple, rambutan, lychee, guava, dragon fruit, lilikoi (passionfruit), citrus and more. Ocean views surround the property and there is conventional power and water; a photo voltaic system is next. Years of sweat equity, integrity, spirit and love have gone into the land. The hard work has been done and the next owner will reap those rewards and more. There is still plenty of space on the 20 ac. to creatively and personally expand the farm as well as the business. Owners will stay on to help transition. In addition the farm has other clientele such as Whole Foods and statewide Farmer's Markets.

  • Price: $3,400,000

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