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Prime Six-Acre Parcel Available in Waimea

Looking for a property with acreage in Waimea? This six-acre lot is listed for $522K, and it may be just what you are looking for. Waimea is known for its rich, deep soil and this land provides numerous lifestyle opportunities.

Click here MLS #611661 for details

Just minutes from downtown Waimea, this property at 64-435 Mamalahoa Highway has a lot going for it. Fully fenced and with utilities and water available, it is set back from the highway providing plenty of privacy but is easily accessible.

Easy access easement road runs along the 8 acres fronting the property

With so much prime land there are a lot of different things you could do with the property. There is plenty of room for horses, livestock, farming, or gardening. You could also build a home on the property with the possibility of a second farm dwelling or barn.

Waimea Town

Waimea itself has a small town feel and a storied history as a ranching community. You will find at least three weekly farmers markets nearby (great for selling any produce you decide to grow or just to shop locally!) Plus there is a wide range of restaurants, shops, grocery stores, and other services right in downtown Waimea.

Live music and many local food and craft vendors at the Waimea farmer’s markets

Popular community events include the annual July 4th rodeo at Parker Ranch and the annual nighttime Christmas parade. Waimea is also known for its arts scene, so you will find art galleries and studios, as well as, the Kahilu Theater with a wide array of cultural events throughout the year.

If you want to learn more about living in Waimea, check out my blog post: “What is it Like to Live in Waimea on the Big Island?

For more information on this prime land parcel for sale in Waimea, please contact me.

With Aloha,

Julie Keller, RB

Direct: 808.987.7931

Email: Julie@HawaiiLife.com

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