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0.18 acres | Residential Zoning

Paradise found in this up-and-coming neighborhood. Located on the east side of the island, this parcel offers 7,840 sq. ft. of abundant natural beauty. Perfectly situated 3 miles from Pahoa, a small Victorian town known for its wooden boardwalks, the location offers a plethora of things to do. Explore Maku’s Farmers Market or walk the black sandy beaches of Kaimu Beach Park. Stroll through Lava Tree State Park, where the once lush rainforest now showcases the hollow stone skeletons of lava encased trees. Don’t miss out on this island gem.

Land Specifics

Property Number 9742
Size 0.18 acres
Dimensions 134' x 60'
Road Access Paved Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Residential
Zoning Code RS (Single-Family Residential)
Zoning Definition

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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Location

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State Hawaii
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 3 1 4 053 048 0000
Estimated Annual Taxes $197.80
Home Owners Association Nanawale Estates
Annual HOA Dues $80.00
Legal Description

Parcel TMK (3) 1-4-053-048

All of that certain parcel of land situate at Puna Island and County of Hawaii, State of Hawaii, being Lot 325 of the “Nanawale Estates Subdivision – Unit I”, as shown on File Plan Number 700, filed in the Bureau of Conveyances of the State of Hawaii, and containing an area of 8,040 square feet, more or less.

Together with a non-exclusive easement for roadway purposes, over and across all streets and roadways delineated upon File Plan No. 700; reserving unto Nanawale Estate Co., a limited partnership, by Warranty Deed dated October 24, 1966, recorded in Liber 6001 at page 86, the right to convey said streets and roadways to the State or County of Hawaii for use as public thoroughfares, at which time said easement shall terminate; and subject to the terms and provisions, including the failure to comply with covenants, conditions and reservations, contained therein.

Being the Premises acquired by Warranty Deed

Grantor :

Frank W. Haines, trustee of the Frank W Haines Revocable Living Trust dated December 12, 1994.

Grantee:

Matson Matsuda, husband of Chiyo Inoue

Dated: April 7, 2003
Recorded: April 11, 2003

Document No: 2003-067485


Subject, However to:

1. Reservation in favor of the State of Hawaii of all mineral and metallic mines.
2. The Terms and Provisions, including the failure to comply with any covenants, conditions and reservations, contained in the following:

Intrument: Declaration of Protective Restrictions, Conditions and reservations
For Nanawale Estate Co.

Dated: January 18, 1961
Recorded: Liber 3992, Page 110

Said Declaration was amended by instrument dated March 28,1961, recorded in Liber 4056 at Page 277.

3. The terms and provisions, including the failure to comply with any covenants, conditions and reservations, contained in the following:

Instrument: Declaration of Protective Restrictions, Conditions and
Reservations for Unit No. I (Nanawale Estates)

Dated: ------- (acknowledged March 2, 1977
Recorded: Liber 12774 Page 173

4.Any lien (or claim of lien) for services, labor or material arising from an improvement or work related to the land described in Schedule A herein.

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