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Organic Coffee & Avocado Farm – South Kona Special

Coffee and avocado are the two main crops grown at Luana Farm. This 10.65 acre transitional organic farm is located one mile up a country road. Arrive home to the epitome of peace and privacy! The 2 bed/1 bath cedar shake “coffee shack” has been refurbished with recycled building materials, resulting in a lot of character! The home doesn’t look like much from the outside, but once inside, everyone Oohs and Ahhs!

Luana Farmhouse

Cedar shake farmhouse (MLS# 265662)

Pine floors throughout and kitchen counters made from handmilled Ohia harvested from the land add to the natural quality of this very unique home.

kitchen

Kitchen looking to dining room

The second level is a large loft with windows – perfect as a children’s playroom, meditation space or storage.

Farmhouse Loft

The 10.65 acres is comprised of two TMKs. It is possible to build 2 more homes on this property – build a new house (there are no CC&Rs), while keeping the existing home as the farmworkers dwelling on the 8.65 acre parcel and another on the contiguous 2 acre TMK.

Live Sustainably

Get back to the land and live sustainably; Grow food year-round, catch your rainwater in one of the two catchment tanks and heat it with the solar heater. Not completely off-grid, the home is connected to HELCO, which is convenient for certain luxuries like using an electric dehydrator or the included dishwasher. The agricultural inventory includes approximately 4,500 coffee trees, 200 avocados, macadamias, stands of banana, a variety of citrus, and other exotic and tropical fruits.

Luana lettuce Luana Beets Luana pumpkin

Grow food year-round

Enjoy the cooler elevation and incredible views of orchard, forest, ocean, and year-round sunsets.

sunset

Luana Farm is a KSBE Agricultural Leasehold Farm. There are only a few more years left on the Lease, which makes finding conventional financing unlikely, so a cash purchase will be required.

Additional Information

You can contact me directly with any questions regarding this farm, or other Big Island real estate.

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stephanie Ansley

December 12, 2016

can the lease be extended? What $$ are they seeking? 503-436-0220
Other properties with longer leases?

Brandon

December 24, 2016

So if i put cash down, will i be able to extend the lease beyond the current time frame?

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