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Lot 5 Kukupiopae Street

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available jan 22

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#5 Kukuiopae St. S.Kona
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available now

I am interested in the sale ($300,000) or even trade of my incredible 7.74 acre 900' elevation lot on the Big Island of Hawaii for a prime building lot in the West Virginia Panhandle, specifically Shepherdstown. It is on the West side of the island with a giant ocean view in a gated community. I would want a property of equal value, either exclusive acreage with water and utilities, or a nice single family home. My acreage is located in Captain Cook in beautiful South Kona with easy access to its international airport. It has electricity available and fronts on a paved road that intersects with the main highway that serves the vibrant City of Kona and encircles the entire island. It is a few minutes from a local elementary school with free full time pre-school and endless beaches including one, Ho'okena, where you can scuba, snorkle, or swim with dolphins and whales.
This is a magnificent place with no bugs, no snakes, great climate with low humidity, and beauty wherever you look. Kona is famous for its coffee, tropical fruits, and macadamia nuts and has a gigantic new Costco and wonderful commercial and cultural facilities.
I love my Hawaiian acreage and would love to build on it and retire, but I am 75 and my children, grandchildren, and sisters all live in the Baltimore/Washington area. Hawaii is of course too far from my family, which makes it necessary for me to give it up. My lot is number 5 in the Kona Sea Ranch gated development and I can provide a map and a video reference if you are interested. I hate to give up my Hawaiian paradise lot, but family considerations and age make it necessary, and I do have a special connection to and love for Shepherdstown. This lot has great rental and commercial and agricultural potential. Hawaii has recently offered licenses to people with 2 acres and more to commercially grow hemp, for instance. And the land is ideally situated for coffee production and the growth of macadamia nuts
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