Big Island

Sustainable Property and a Tranquil Estate

Tranquil estate offering: 20 acres in idyllic Wood Valley on the Ka’u; south end of Hawai’i Island.

The property has been thoughtfully developed. It is fully fenced and has a main house and a cottage, a “glamping” area with multiple tent sites, orchards, and paddocks for farm animals and horses.

The main residence features an inviting open floor plan, integrating the kitchen, dining, and living areas, complemented by a cozy wood-burning stove, ideal for the occasional cool mountain evening. With two bedrooms, one bathroom upstairs, and an expansive lanai, the main house offers ample space for comfortable living. Additionally, the lower level hosts a generously sized en suite with a separate entrance and an internal spiral staircase connecting both levels. A convenient two-car garage/shop with laundry facilities completes the main residence.

This unique property is sustainable and off-grid with solar photo-voltaic and gas for power and catchment for water.

To reach this tranquil retreat, drive through Pahala Village and head mauka towards the towering pali of Wood Valley, passing verdant forests, picturesque farms, and the Wood Valley temple where the Dalai Lama stayed and taught, to arrive at this peaceful and private farm that dreams are made of.

Upon entering the property, the cottage is nestled off to the left of the driveway, amidst bamboo & banana stands, serene ponds, fruit trees and the gentle presence of farm animals. The main house is situated privately at the end of the long driveway.

Pahala boasts essential amenities such as the Ka’u hospital, while being a mere 20-minute drive to Na’alehu and just 45 minutes away from the vibrant city of Hilo.

Make sure you check out MLS 708276 for more photos and details.

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