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7.5-Acre Organic Sustainable Farm with Multiple Dwellings and Ocean Views

Once in a while, a truly unique property is offered for sale. This 7.5-acre organic biodiverse farm, with 2 homes and multiple dwellings, is one of these properties (MLS# 645396). Here is an opportunity for extended family and guests to experience a sustainable lifestyle with abundant year-round vegetable gardens, producing fruit, nut and spice trees, medicinal and native plants, and water self-sufficiency via multiple rainwater catchment tanks. There are fenced paddocks for sheep and goats, as well as a milking station for accomplishing the first step in making cheese.

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One of several fenced paddocks with Mr. Sheep near the Star Pod

Main garden area of the Honaunau Wellness Farm

Main garden area at the Honaunau Wellness farm

Main House

Enjoy coastline views and year-round sunsets from the large, covered lanai of the 3 bedroom, 2 bath “main house” with its separate yoga and wellness area which features an infrared sauna and outdoor shower. The well-maintained home has a beautifully updated kitchen with basalt counters, new appliances, and copper farm sink. An open floor plan comfortably combines the living, dining, and kitchen areas while focusing on the expansive views of Pu’uhonua O’Honaunau, Place of Refuge, and Kealakekua Bay. Expect perfect weather, cooler temperatures, and ocean breezes with the ocean views at this 1400’ elevation.

The main house entry with yoga room

The main house entry and yoga room to the left

Main House with views of the Captain Cook Monument at Kealakekua Bay

Main house with views of the Captain Cook Monument at Kealakekua Bay

Yoga room

Yoga room

Lush pathways lead to the multiple dwellings

Lush pathways lead to the multiple dwellings

Tent cottage on the farm for sale

Tent cottage

Multiple Dwellings

Guests love to stay in the studio “tea house” which sits perched on the hillside just above the main house. Meander along the lushly landscaped pathway to the one-room “tent cottage” with covered lanai and ocean views. Continue on to the macadamia nut orchard, exotic fruit trees, and tropical flowers while being greeted by singing birds, friendly sheep, goats, and ducks.

Overview of the Honaunau Wellness farm

Overview of the Honaunau Wellness farm

Ohana Guest House

The “ohana house,” accessed via a separate driveway, is 2 bedroom, 1 bath upstairs, with a large covered lanai which overlooks gardens and orchard to stunning ocean and coastline views. It has a new roof and an updated kitchen featuring polished concrete countertops and a black stainless sink. Downstairs is an additional kitchen and gathering space, bathroom, laundry, and an outdoor shower.

The ohana guest house

The ohana guest house and pathway to the one room hale, perched privately above

Additional Structures

Situated above the ohana house, nestled in colorful flora, is a cozy one room “Hale.” To the south is 3 additional off-grid cabins and a large covered workshop also used for the Macadamia nut processing. All of the cabins are situated in a way that creates visual and maximum privacy.

Inside the one room hale

Inside the cozy one room hale

The Honaunau Wellness Farm has been a successful educational permaculture farm and thriving Airbnb business for 10+ years with over 500 reviews. Located in rural Honaunau, this area is known for its rich historical and cultural value, lush beauty, close proximity to ocean and beach access at Pu’uhonua ‘O Honaunau, Kealakekua Bay, Manini, and Ke’ei beaches.

Nearby local amenities include grocery stores, Ace Hardware, many eateries, several gas stations, and the Kona Community Hospital.

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Denise Faggins

March 27, 2021

It is absolutely gorgeous! What’s the Lava Zone & will the VA do a loan with this property?

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