Tucked away, down an unassuming country road, is this hidden gem of old-growth forest, where you will find native ohia and hapuu fern trees, along with wild orchids and a mix of other vegetation, on nearly 82 acres. How many hawks might you see on any given day What secrets lie within the forest Truly a legacy of trees! This property offers vast opportunity for nature lovers and Buyers seeking a private location. Situated across from State owned forest land, this parcel is also registered in the native forest dedication program with the county, helping ensure continued existence for others to enjoy in the future (this also saves on property taxes). No worries; there are also plenty of non-dedicated acres on the parcel for building your dream. Whether you have in mind preservation, permaculture, agriculture, personal retreat or family estate, you will want to see this property. Enjoy tranquil forest views, and also an option for views of open pasture land, with potential to see Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa off the western boundary. There may even be an ocean view from some interior points.
Parcel is rectangular in shape with approximate front and rear width dimensions a little over 1400 ft. Approximate length on west side is around 2400 ft. and approximate length on east side is around 2600 ft. According to county data, approximate elevation is between 1100 and 1200 feet, and annual rain fall is around 170 to 175 inches a year. Parcel is approximately 1.9 miles from paved, North Kulani Rd. This makes zipping to Hilo a breeze via Stainback Hwy. From North Kulani to Stainback is less than a mile. There's potential to join the active road maintenance association in the area with current yearly dues of $250.00.