2200 miles from the closest landmass, there is a place, Niulii by name, on the northern tip of the Big Island of Hawai`i where King Kamehameha was raised. Niulii was a section of Kamehameha's heritage where land was the most fertile. Now a legacy property with forty-four acres of pristine pastures in two legal parcels, rolling hills, verdant valleys, and a one-fourth mile of coastline protected in perpetuity with a conservation easement. This property descended through one trust until the 21st century when the current owners became the stewards of the land. Today, within the groves of tropical fruit, a modern farmhouse is positioned to capture rainbows, spectacular views of Maui and the rims of Pololu and Waipio Valleys. Here, the silence continues to exist, punctuated only by the sound of surf and native birds.
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