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MLS #623078 - 0.52 acres in Hakalau Plantation Village S/D
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|Address:||29-2277 Hanamalo Lp
Hakalau, HI 96710
|MLS #||623078||TMK #||3290060140000|
|District:||South Hilo||Subdivision:||Hakalau Plantation Village S/D|
|Living Area:||Land Area:||0.52 Acres (22,637 Sq Ft)|
|Assessed:||$172,700 (2018)||Maint Fee:||Not Specified|
Land value is $8.70 per square foot|
|Zoning:||Zone RS-7.5||Schools:||Not Specified|
|Great lot to build your dream home in an upscale neighborhood on the Hamakua Coast with ocean views. Appreciate the very clean air and the breeze from the deep blue ocean. |
Hakalau Plantation Village subdivision offers underground utilities including power, County water, TV, and Verizon wireless, paved road and CC&R with Architectural Review Committee (ARC) which can keep the neighborhood in harmony. The ARC allows the maximum height of this lot 14 to build a home up to 30 feet, unlike the inner lots which height limits are lower. The property is more than a half acre and the paved driveway to Jodo Mission is on this property and can be shared.
Hakalau Beach Park is in walking distance. It is a 20-minute drive to Hilo town.
You can enjoy the tropical Hawaii climate and harvest all the tropical fruits and grow flowering plants on the deep soil. You will feel pretty safe being in Lava Zone 8, the second safest zone.
Various loan programs including no down payment program to buy this lot and build your dream home are available.
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