This special property has Wai'ele stream is one boundary. The ocean and the Hana Highway are the bottom and top boundaries. There are eight taro patches below the highway and above the Valley. The Hana side boundary is the top of the Valley which runs to the ocean. A very rough trail leads into the valley with another taro lo'i and a large pool at the bottom of a 100 ft plus waterfall. On clear days the Big Island is visible in the distance. In addition to taro the land produces (or has produced) breadfruit, banana, mango, papaya and awa puhi. Pasture use for livestock has also continued. The stream is home to prawns, o'opu, hihiwai and opae. Ocean conditions permitting, fishing and diving from the smooth stone beach can round out your surf and turf special. This is Conservation zoned land that historically has been used for agriculture. Because of that historic use the state has determined that agricultural activity can continue. Construction of a single family home is possible only with a Conservation District Use Permit which requires an Environmental Assessment. The Biological Inventory, Archaeological Inventory, Economic Inventory and survey are complete. Survey indicates the parcel is an acre larger than indicated by the public record. Title to the land is clear. Water use requires a State stream withdrawal permit. Wai'ele stream flows year round and has kept flowing in even the driest periods of the past 30 years. Listing Agent is part owner.
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