This is a truly remarkable property, that comes along only once in a lifetime. This offering includes the Mule Station parcel on the pali, TMK 3-5-2-001-002, consisting of approximately 42 acres, zoned A-20a, and a beach parcel at the mouth of Pololu Valley, TMK 3-5-1-002-015 consisting of approximately 2.5 acres, zoned A-20a. We offer the unique opportunity to own this stunning property in North Kohala, the historical heart of Hawaii. Once the refuge and battleground of powerful chiefs, Kohala was also the home of King Kamehameha, the only chief to unite the Hawaiian archipelago under single rule. His legacy of unity and peace lives to this day. The unparalleled vistas, exceptional natural beauty, and rich cultural history of this property will inform and inspire an owner to create his own unique and powerful legacy; one worthy of passing from generation to generation. The opportunity to own this one-of-a-kind property and become its steward, has never been offered before. Preserving where necessary and enhancing where appropriate, an owner of this property will be able to preserve this powerful place from over development while maintaining its beauty for generations to come. With a sociable and diverse local community and an enriching island environment, North Kohala is ideal for connecting with family, friends, nature, history, and the local flavor of the neighboring communities. This property offers the opportunity to build a legacy, to preserve and enhance the natural and cultural heritage of a place beyond compare. There are 360-degrees of spectacular views: mauka (south) into the misty heart of Pololu Valley; makai (north) to ocean vistas at Akoakoa Point and the horizon beyond, west to the Island Of Maui; and east beyond spectacular ever-changing sunrises is the crown jewel of it all: the islets of Mokupuka, Paokalani, and Paalaea, flanked by miles of towering sea cliffs, cascading waterfalls, and crashing surf.
Listing Courtesy of Aloha Kohala Realty
Coastline, Mountain, Ocean, Ocean Horizon, Pasture, Other (remarks), Sunrise