Papaaloa, Hamakua Coast Big Island Homes

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Papaaloa is a coastal community southeast of Weloka and northwest of Ninole on the Hamakua Coast. Like many of the neighboring villages along this eastern shoreline, Papaaloa was once an integral part of the sugar cane industry on the Big Island. The village has since evolved into quiet neighborhoods along the main highway and nearby side roads. A general store and post office are available in Papaaloa, and an airport, grocery stores, and other amenities are available in Hilo 18 miles south.

Homes in Papaaloa are largely one- and two-story plantation style cottages and bungalows. Open parcels of land present a rare opportunity for buyers to design their dream home along the coveted coastline. Many properties enjoy beautiful partial or full ocean views. The sunrises along the Hamakua Coast are a wonder to behold, and Papaaloa is a great place for whale watching during certain months of the year. Streams run through Papaaloa, and the climate sustains lush rainforest and a wide range of vegetation and fruit trees. The region receives 120 inches of rainfall per year, and average temperatures range from the mid 60’s to 80’s Fahrenheit year-round.

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