Pahoa, Hawaii – Hawaii County
0.28 Acres |
NOTE: The price reflects one parcel, there are two available if you’re interested. The blue outline shows both parcels.
How to Visit the Property: Please free to drive by the lot at your earliest convenience. We recommend that you check out the video below for some more specifics about the area and the parcel boundaries! This will help you get your bearings when you go to look at the property. The property referenced in that video is
16-2147 Gardenia Dr Pahoa, HI 96778
Size (Acres): 0.28
Lot Dimensions: 80 ft x 150 ft
Best Attribute: Double lot!
Activities: Fishing, Hiking, Camping, Nature Viewing, Boating, Climbing
APN or Other ID: 3-1-6-076-079 and 3-1-6-076-080
Zoning: Residential, Mobile, Agriculture, Hawaii County Planning: (808) 961‐8288 x1
Can I Build a House: Yes
Mobile Home Permitted: Yes
RV and Camping: RV’s are allowed with limitations, all mobile dwellings less than 30 days in any one location
Power: Overhead utilities, in the area, Hawaii Electric Light, (808) 969-0312
Water: Water Catchment, Department of Water Supply Engineering Department: (808) 961-8070
Sewer: Septic can be installed, No soil analysis on file, Hawaii Department of Health Wastewater Branch: (808) 933-0401
Road Condition: County
Title Info: Purchased with Title Insurance
Annual Property Taxes (Approx): $200.00
Elevation: 790 Feet
Flood Zone/Wetlands: Not in a floodplain or wetlands
HOA: This is in an HOA
HOA Name: Ainaloa Community Association
HOA Contact: (808) 982-9404
Yearly HOA Dues: 170.00
South of Hilo on the island of Hawaii’s easternmost tip lies the Puna district and town of Pahoa, it’s known for its free-spirited vibe. Many of the locals believe that Puna is Pele’s workshop, where the volcano goddess continually creates and recreates the land. This dynamic area stretches from Kilauea’s summit east to the sea, it includes lava features, black-sand beaches and more natural wonders forged by the power of volcanoes.
The small town of Pahoa is a former mill town with an inviting boardwalk housing eclectic shops and eateries. The century-old buildings create a peaceful and quiet atmosphere on the eastern tip of
the Big Island. The town is home to the highest concentration of historic buildings in all of Hawaii. The lush landscape is a beautiful contrast to the nearby volcanic settings, and it’s got that tropical climate you would expect from the Big Island!
If it’s a weekend, make your way to the roadside Makuu Farmers Market and stock up on roasted macadamia nuts and local produce.
If you would like to view the surrounding area in 2D, check out the maps below!