0.18 acres | Residential Zoning
Capture your own slice of Hawaii paradise with this 7,840 square-foot property just 39 miles south of Hilo on Big Island. There is gravel-road access to the lot, which is lush with vegetation — mostly young Ohia, Albezia and several varieties of fern. It’s just a few minutes to the town of Pahoa on Hwy 137 near Lava Tree State Park. For some real adventure, you can drive 35 miles to Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park. Or venture to the ocean at Kehena Black Sand Beach, 15 miles away. Local activities include hiking, camping, scuba diving and snorkeling; and you’ll want to explore the tide pools, hot springs and geysers. It’s an ever-evolving tropical wonderland.
|Dimensions||60' x 134'|
|Road Access||Gravel Road|
|Slope Description||Mostly Flat|
|Zoning Code||RS (Single-Family Residential)|
RS (Single-Family Residential): Single-family dwelling, family child care home, group living facility, and adult day care homes are allowed. Home businesses and model homes allowed with applicable permits. All structures not to exceed 35’ in height. Min Lot size: 7,500 sq ft. Property setbacks: Front and Rear 15 ft, Side 8 ft. There may be more than one single-family dwelling on each building site in an RS district provided there is not less than the required minimum building site area for each dwelling.
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|Assessor Parcel Number (APN)||1 4 048 082 0000|
|Estimated Annual Taxes||$215.50|
|Home Owners Association||Nanawale Estates|
|Annual HOA Dues||$80.00|
The Association uses the dues collected to maintain common areas, including the Community Center, improve and maintain roads, and for upkeep of parks and other green spaces. All lots in the subdivision are for single family residence purposes only. The minimum square footage for a house is 880 square feet, no living in tents or trailers is allowed. There is also a pool and Long house available to rent for events.
All that certain parcel of land situate, lying and being in the County of Hawaii, State of Hawaii, more particularly described as follows: