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This aerial view shows the property in the foreground, and Hilo Bay in the background. Honolii Stream is on the south border of the parcel, shown on the right in this photo.
Aerial view of property. Boundaries are approximate.
Currently, the owner has an agreement with a zipline company using part of the property for tours.
This farmland is ideal for sweet potato cultivation as shown above. Many other crops can be grown in this deep silty clay loam soil.
564 acres in Paukaa, just north of Hilo. Huge streams and waterfalls border both sides of this property.
Very large acreage parcels with deep soil, spectacular views and stream frontage are difficult to find this close to Hilo. Pictured above are fenced cattle and horse pastures.
Bordering the property is Honolii Stream. In the distance is majestic Mauna Kea Mountain.
An existing airstrip - a residual of the former sugar plantation era - is located on the property.
Hundreds of acres of agricultural land - right outside of Hilo. What a great site to build your estate home!
Paukaa is a few miles north of Hilo, Hawaii's second largest city. If you follow Honolii Stream to the ocean you'll find one of Hilo's best surfing spots.
The owner has some of the property being used to raise cattle and horses.
Walk along paths to enjoy the abundance of tropical glory.
One of the many large Koa Trees on this large acreage.
This is a great location, and very unique.
A gated entrance leads to 564 acres of farmland, pastures & waterfalls.
A view of the spectacular waterfall.
This is one of the few areas in which sweet potatoes, a high-demand crop, grow. Other potential crops include tropical fruits (Lychee, Magosteen, Longan), root ginger and vegetables. Cattle and horses are also currently grazing on pastures here
The zoning is Agriculture, minimum lot size 20 acres (Ag-20). In the future, it may be possible to subdivide into 20 acre parcels, but would need approval from the County of Hawaii Planning Department.
Beautiful bamboo located in one of the valleys between cattle pastures.
Pasture land is being used to graze cattle and horses
Fencing separates farmland from grazing pastures.