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670 Nahiku Road – 3 Acres of Maui Jungle Will Require a Lot of Work

Nahiku Maui – close to Hana, along the Hana Highway

This remote property in the small community of Nahiku has never been on the market before. It’s been handed down through generations, and it’s now time to sell it so a new owner can develop and build.  The sellers are family members who don’t live on Maui, and never lived on this property.  It has never been developed.  It’s covered in tall trees, vines and ferns, which is typical for this area of high rainfall.

670 Nahiku Road – Hana Maui 96713 – $170,000

Don’t let the low price fool you.  While it might seem cheap for Maui raw land, it’s going to cost a lot to clear and build, and it’s a log way to the hardware store.  This is not a place where you can park your camper and start thinking about what to build.  There’s a lot of road frontage on this vacant lot, but nowhere to pull in due to the terrain and heavy growth.  It will require some heavy equipment to carve in a driveway and road into the property.  The thick jungle will provide a lot of privacy once a building site is cleared, but the clearing will be a big job.

670 Nahiku Rd - the jungle

670 Nahiku Rd – the jungle awaits

We’re hoping to find a buyer who lives in the area, and is familiar with the lifestyle that comes with the territory.  A background in the building/construction trade will be a bonus, to make it easier to find workers to move the project forward.  The remoteness of the location might pose a challenge for anyone without the right connections.

Take a quick look at this short video, including aerial footage looking over the property and surroundings, and see if 3 acres in Nahiku could be right for you.

Thanks for checking out this vacant land listing in the country.  Let me know if you have any questions.

Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089 – www.MauiHunter.com

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