4600 Hana Hwy

  • $550,000
  • 1,387,822 sq ft land
  • 31.86 ac
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Georgie Hunter

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Once in a lifetime chance to own a big part of "old Hawaii". When you walk on this beautiful 31 acre property in Hana you will feel how special it really is. It has been owned by one family since 1914, and the time has come to give it a fresh start with new ownership. What's great about this parcel? All usable and not too steep. Rectangular shape. Roadways throughout. Mostly fenced. Wooded with many species of old growth trees. Colorful tropical flowers. Ocean and mountain views. This is priced below appraised and assessed values and it's a great deal. There's real privacy here on this land, with so many tall trees and not many neighbors. Hana Ranch abuts on 2 sides so you have a lot of open space next door. This is a wonderful opportunity to own a large piece of land right in Hana town. Water will be by catchment and the family used to have a lined pond near the top that supplied water to the house. Electric lines are nearby. The ocean view pictures of Hana Bay were taken with a camera above the tree tops and represents the view from a building on the property. The greenhouse pictured is on the adjacent property. There are old structures that will not be removed. Sellers appreciate if buyer works with Title Guaranty as they have done a lot of the preliminary work.

Property details

  • MLS # 369783
  • Property Type Vacant Land
  • Lot Size (Ft) 1,387,822
  • Elementary Schools Hana Elementary
  • High Schools Hana High
  • Land (Acres) 31.860009
  • Waterfront None
  • Topography Gentle Slope
  • Listing Brokerage Hawaii Life (W)
  • Type Of Dwelling Vacant Land
  • County Data Click Here


  • Tax Id 2140030410000

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