Mountain View, HI Hawaii Country Land 0. acre for sale in Hilo, HI

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Beautiful Corner Lot, Great Location, Priced To Move!

Here's a great opportunity to score a beautiful .19 acre corner lot in Pacific Paradise subdivision in Mountain View. This is a very desirable area at a higher elevation with cooler temperatures. Pacific Paradise has no building restrictions so you have lots of options here. This lot is located in a very quiet area towards the end of the subdivision with easy access. The Stainback HWY is just a few blocks to the north. The lot is on the corner of Palm Tree DR and Coconut Pl, just a quick 15 minute drive to Hilo. An excellent place to build your own private oasis. Mountain View has a great layed back island lifestyle vibe big island is famous for. This property has an amazing variety of vegetation including lots of beautiful Ohia trees, flowering trees, lots of ferns, grasses and orchids. Some of the best weather on the entire island is right here! Cooler climate with plenty of sunshine and just enough rain to make your garden flourish.

Don't let this beautiful property pass you by, it certainly won't last long at this price!


State: Hawaii

County: Hawaii (Big Island)

Nearest City: Hilo

Subdivision: Pacific Paradise, Mountain View

Address: 0 Palm Tree Dr. Hilo, HI

APN: 3-1-8-066-055

Parcel Size: .1934 acre 8,426 sq ft.

Access: Paved/maintained road

Terrain: Flat, Palms, Ohia trees & ferns

Power: at property

Water: Rain Catchment

Septic: Installed by buyer

Title: Clear title

Conveyance: SP Warranty Deed

Document Fee: $495

Zoning: Residential

Time to Build: None

HOA: None

Taxes: $100/6 months (paid current)

Elevation: Approx 400'

GPS: 19.590055, -155.135912

  • Price: $7,995

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