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Gorgeous 21 Acre Parcel | Kaloko, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii

Kaloko is a well known community, located minutes from Kailua-Kona, that is ideal for those who seek to reside in a cool climate. This gorgeous 21 acre parcel is the largest parcel within Kaloko that is currently on the market. According to Hawaii’s Information Service (MLS), the last opportunity to buy a parcel this size in the Kaloko area was in 2012.

Kaloko

73-2500, Kaloko Dr. | Kailua-Kona, Big Island – Hawaii

Property Features

Located at the cool elevation of 5,000 ft, the property features a beautiful forest that is abundant with Hapu Ferns, lush vegetation, and Ohia trees. It is perfect for those who seek to build a home within a peaceful forest sanctuary.

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Forest Sanctuary | Kaloko, Kailua-Kona | (MLS# 271027)

A driveway has been cleared, and a small dozed pad is in place, which may be perfect for a residence, guest house, or barn.

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Beautiful Forest Abundant with Ohia & Hapu Ferns | 21.09 Acres Kaloko, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii

The property has been approved for rezone by Hawaii County Council for two 10 acre parcels. This is an excellent opportunity to purchase a large parcel at a terrific price that is located minutes from the heart of downtown Kailua-Kona, Makalei Golf Course, and spectacular beaches. 

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Aerial View of 21.09 Acre Property Kaloko, Kailua-Kona | Big Island-Hawaii

Additional Information

For more information about this property or other listings in the Kaloko area, please contact Carrie Nicholson, BIC.

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Dave Smith

April 19, 2014

Hi Carrie, I am not sure if you remember me or not, but this is David Smith. I’m an attorney and PT yoga teacher here in Kona. We used to go diving and hiking together. I still remember a really fun and adventurous hike we took up the main stream in Waipio to the waterfall in the back. Anyways, I’m emailing you as I’d like to get more information on your Kaloko mauka listing. I have a nice 3 BR/2 BA townhome in Keauhou, but with a little family we could use the extra space and I’ve always loved the Kaloko area. Could you please let me know:

1) the price;
2) whether or not it has any fencing;
3) Your descrip. says the parcel has been approved for two 10 acre parcels. Has an actual subdivision action with County been started or completed ?;
4) the condition of the driveway (paved, gravel, dirt, etc.) and how far into the property does it go;
5) whether power and water are available and if so, has a power line and water line already been brought up to the house pad ?
Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you. David

Dave Smith

April 19, 2014

Hi Carrie, I am not sure if you remember me or not, but this is David Smith. I’m an attorney and PT yoga teacher here in Kona. We used to go diving and hiking together. I still remember a really fun and adventurous hike we took up the main stream in Waipio to the waterfall in the back. Anyways, I’m emailing you as I’d like to get more information on your Kaloko mauka listing. I have a nice 3 BR/2 BA townhome in Keauhou, but with a little family we could use the extra space and I’ve always loved the Kaloko area. Could you please let me know:

1) the price;
2) whether or not it has any fencing;
3) Your descrip. says the parcel has been approved for two 10 acre parcels. Has an actual subdivision action with County been started or completed ?;
4) the condition of the driveway (paved, gravel, dirt, etc.) and how far into the property does it go;
5) whether power and water are available and if so, has a power line and water line already been brought up to the house pad ?
Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you. David

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