Hana Hwy

  • $12,000,000
  • 61.05 ac land

Considered the “crown jewel” of the Hana coast, this 61 acre oceanfront property adjoins the world famous Hamoa Beach. With spectacular ocean and mountain views throughout, a private cove, and approximately ½ mile of oceanfront pastureland, the land rises gently from the shoreline to Hana Highway. This unique property, comprised of six separate parcels, lends itself to continued ranching, creation of an extraordinary legacy estate or corporate retreat, combined with the possible tax benefits of conservation easements. Located in one of the last places in Hawaii untouched by urbanization and over-development, and evocative of yesterday’s Hawaii, Hana is famous for its scenic location and idyllic isolation, combined with a rural atmosphere and small town friendliness. Hana may be accessed by a fifteen minute flight from the main Maui airport in Kahului to the Hana Airport, or by a two hour drive from Kahului along the scenic Hana Highway. This listing is comprised of six separate parcels and are to be sold as a combined purchase. A list of each parcel and its acreage is available.

Property details

  • MLS # 367281
  • Property Type Vacant Land
  • Lot Size (Ft) 2,659,382
  • Elementary Schools Hana Elementary
  • High Schools Hana High
  • Land (Acres) 61.05101
  • Waterfront OceanFront
  • Topography Gentle Slope
  • Listing Brokerage Island Sotheby's Int'l Rlty(M)
  • Type Of Dwelling Vacant Land
  • County Data Click Here

Taxes

  • Tax Id 2140100040000

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