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3 Single Permitted Homes on 1.44 Fee Simple Acres | Ocean Views to Keauhou Bay

Three older homes with great rental history, or use as a wonderful family compound. It was always visualized as a place where Mom and her two sisters would live on the same property. All three homes have separate electric meters and there is only one water meter for all of them. Also, there is enough additional room that, with county approvals, one might be able to add several moveable “tiny homes” on the property.

Ocean views from 78-6935-B Mamalahoa Hwy, Keauhou (MLS# 292880)

First home was built in 1954 and is a 3 bed/2 bath home with an attached 1 bed/1 bath. This home has lots of outside storage and has covered parking, plus parking around the home for at least 5 autos. This home has its own cesspool. Lanai, front living room, and 2 bedrooms all have amazing ocean views with those make-you-love-living-in-Hawaii cool elevation breezes.

house1

Second home was built in 1963 and is above the first home. This home is a 2 bed/1 bath home with carport, and the lanai has great ocean views. This home has vaulted ceilings, making this small home seem larger. The two top homes share a septic system that was installed about 5 years ago.

house2

Third home is smaller, which is at the top of the property, and is an older home with the quanset hut style. This is a 1 bed/1 bath with carport. This home has a huge backyard area that has been a great garden area.

house3

At the very top there is an unpermitted storage shed that is the newest building. It has electricity that had been connected. There is a sink in this one-room building and a couple of skylights, but the present owners have never used it for anything other than renting for storage use.

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