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Ocean View Land on the Hamakua Coast – Kuwili Lani Lot 2

Are you looking to buy land on the Hamakua Coast? Would you like ocean views and road access?

Kuwili Lani Development in Laupahoehoe may have what you are looking for!

Kuwili Lani Lot 2
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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.

Each Lot is Unique at Kuwili Lani

The Kuwili Lani Website has maps of individual lots and even suggested planting and building layouts……and there is a limited time developer special pricing offer on Lots, #6,#7,#2, and #5.

Kuwili Lani Subdivision Lot Maps
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Lot 2 offers one of the best panoramic views of the ocean as well as the surrounding gulch and pastures.

The suggested building site location requires only a short driveway off of the paved access road. It includes a “live fence“ consisting of approximately 50 dwarf banana trees at the top of the property, which provides additional privacy and edible landscape. Also included are two coconut palms planted at the far corners of the lot to indicate lot lines.

The slight slope of the lot provides good elevated views with fairly level terrain for planting a garden or additional orchards/landscape. The perfect additional space exists on the far reaches of the lot to grow larger trees without impacting the expansive ocean views from the building site.

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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