0.18 acres | Residential Zoning
This property on Oahu Road is in a quiet, rural part of the Big Island, about 10 minutes drive from Pahoa. Quaint shops from surf, to curio and restaurants that span the flavors of the globe from Thailand, to Mexico, and Italy, make Pahoa Village one of the most pleasurable shopping and dining stops on the Big Island. If you are looking to get to the beach, you can be in Ahalanui Park in under 20 minutes, and the large city of Hilo is less than 45 minutes away.
Land Specifics Foreclosed
|Dimensions||60' x 134'|
|Road Access||Dirt 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.
|On Property Usage/Potential||
|Assessor Parcel Number (APN)||1 4 061 109 0000|
|Estimated Annual Taxes||$200.00|
|Home Owners Association||Nanawale Estates|
|Annual HOA Dues||$81.00|
Nanawale Community Association is a HOA dedicated to making the most of the low property owner’s due throughout the community. In addition to standard grounds maintenance, upgrades, and repairs, the association also provides pool amenities and community events to help promote a strong social life, recreation, and community relations in this single family residential-zoned area.
Lot No. 542, area 8,040 square feet of the subdivision known as "Nanawale Estates Subdivision, Unit 2", as delineated on the map thereof, which said map is filed in the Bureau of Conveyances of the State of Hawaii as File Plan No. 780. Together with a non-exclusive easement, for roadway purposes, over and across all streets and roadways delineated upon said File Plan No. 780 and upon File Plan No. 700; reserving unto Grantor the right to convey said streets and roadways to the State or County of Hawaii for use as public thoroughfares, at which time said easements shall terminate. Subject, however, to the following: 1. The provisions of that certain Declaration of Protective restrictions heretofore recorded in the Bureau of Conveyances of the State of Hawaii in Liber 4260 on Page 416. 2. The reservation in favor of the State of Hawaii of all mineral and metallic mines as reserved in Royal Patent No. 7788.