Hilo, HI Hawaii Country Land 1. acre for sale in Hilo, HI

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Take a trip down memory lane with this Timeless 2 story Plantation Home Architecturally designed and Contractor built. Approximately 1.8 acres of beautifully manicured property only 6 miles from Hilo this four bedroom beauty boasts a Japanese garden, stunning ocean views from the large living room, plantation kitchen, and master bedroom. Signature touches include hardwood floor through out, custom Shoji doors that connect the dining and living rooms to create the perfect entertaining hub. Ample parking accommodates five cars (3 carports). Gaze down on a private tropical garden as well as the ocean from the covered patio. The covered back lanai extends the entertaining possibilities. Refinished wood floors and fresh interior and exterior paint help the discriminating client visualize their dream surroundings.

Sale includes both TMK 3-2-7-3-84 21,780 sq feet of land & TMK 3-2-7-3-85 1.30 ac of land and home.

Property is zoned RS-10. According to recent conversation with Water Department engineers on March 29 (Spoke to Kurt Inaba) there could be a total of 6, possibly 7 available water meters which could mean potential option to add multiple dwellings and or subdivide into 6, possibly 7 lots. Buyer and Buyer's agent urged to verify with various County departments to verify as not a guarantee.

Property was recently surveyed and stakes are visible. Survey map is available with accepted offer. Property is staged to help visualize the possibilities.

E Komo Mai (Welcome and come on by)

The information herein while deemed to be correct may contain inaccuracies and are provided without warranty of any kind. Prospective Buyers and Buyers agents are urged to verify any such information they deem material to the decision to purchase property. County documents are available under the addendum section.

  • Price: $999,000

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