Big Island

New Listing – 8.06 Acres in Kailua-Kona

A rare find, an 8.06-acre parcel in a desirable location minutes from downtown Kailua Kona. With easy access to shopping, recreational activities, and more, Kealakehe Homestead is a rural quiet subdivision that has a country feel yet is close to town. Just off Palani Road, Tomi Tomi Drive and Old Palani Road are two paved road frontages that provide more than one option for points of entry into the property.


One of Two Paved Roads that Lead to the Property

Currently wooded, the property has mature trees such as mango, guava, wild coffee, and mountain apples that are great to incorporate into your landscape garden. Clearing and grading will reveal ocean and mountain views from various points on the property.


8.06-Acre Parcel, Kailua-Kona, Big Island

Relatively flat with an existing water lateral make this vacant land suitable for future development such as custom home with a farm dwelling and tropical fruit orchard. For those who have a vision beyond residential building, the A-5 zoning allows a variety of mix uses. According to the Hawaii County’s web site, activities such as agriculture parks, botanical gardens, nurseries, livestock, and other activities are permissible.


Approximate Lot Diagram | (MLS# 278611)

Currently priced at $490,000, this is an excellent opportunity to purchase a sizable parcel of land near downtown Kailua-Kona. It is important to note that there is a smaller lot within the subject property which may also be acquired only with the purchase of the 8.06 acre parcel.


8.06 Acres of Vacant Land, Tomi Tomi Dr. | Kailua-Kona

Additional Informaton

For more information about this property or other parcels of vacant land in Kailua-Kona, please contact Carrie Nicholson, RB BIC.

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