Great opportunity to live in one of the most unique neighborhoods in all of Hawaii!
Bordered by walking trails and surrounded by prized native Ohia trees, this cozy home sits along a quiet cul-de-sac just footsteps away from the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Recently painted inside and out, it features vaulted ceilings, a wood burning stove, and a private outdoor patio & yard area that backs into the neighborhood’s expansive shared green space.
Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a dedicated laundry area all connect to the home’s core, which has an open kitchen and small bar counter for entertaining guests. A covered carport has plenty of room for two vehicles and your gardening equipment, tools, or sports gear.
The lot surrounding the home is larger than average for the neighborhood, and perfect for gardening or family activities.
A cool, 4,000 foot elevation provides a remarkable microclimate known for sunnier days than nearby Volcano Village, while enjoying enough rainfall to nurture trees like apple, plum, peach, and citrus.
The southernmost winery in the United States is a brief walk around the corner, as is the Volcano Golf Course, recently reopened for play. Kilauea Military Camp lies just across the street, with a general store, cafes, a postal service, and bowling/arcade options for the family.
Hilo’s market and university districts are a 40-45 minute drive from here, while the black sand beaches of Punaluu are about 20 to 25 minutes to the south.