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Kuwili Lani Lot 1 – Your New Home Site In Hawaii?

Aloha! I’m Dave Minkus from Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers. My team and I represent a development called Kuwili Lani, located on the beautiful Hamakua Coast on the Big Island of Hawaii.

We recently closed escrow on Lot 2, and we are excited to see who will be their neighbors at Lots 1 (featured below in the video) and Lot 3.

Kuwili Lani is the first of its kind, a renewable energy powered, sustainable subdivision in the state of Hawaii. The property is only 1/8 of a mile from the ocean and offers a relaxed, yet stimulating country living environment.

All the lots at Kuwili Lani have amazing ocean and pastoral views. The whole community is fenced and even includes a front entry security gate. The subdivision offers County water, a private road, and a private broadband system.

Lot 1 Video at Kuwili Lani

Each Lot is Unique

Lot 1 features both an ocean view as well as gulch and distant pasture views. Located close to the front entryway, it is a short hike from this lot to an adjoining natural pool and waterfall bordering Kuwili Lani. Its gentle slope offers an excellent building site bordering the edge of the subdivision with its increased privacy.

Lot 1 features an access driveway to the building site. There are also two “live fences” consisting of over 100 banana trees with white pineapple planted in between each tree. The berm at the base of the parcel is landscaped with perennial peanut ground cover. The parcel includes a coconut palm in the upper corner of the lot and has multiple desirable locations for a garden space.

Want To Find Out More About Kuwili Lani?

Check out the website, or contact me to talk live so I can answer your questions.

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