The subject location at 96-2384 Wood Valley Road, Pahala Hawaii, in the heart Wood Valley -Kau District, is an extraordinary opportunity with the rich soil and weather patterns in this dynamic part of the Big Island. Kau is one of the largest agriculture centers in the Hawaiian Islands and offers strong growth potential. The soils are nutrient-rich and are home to some of the best coffee, macadamia nut, and cut flower yields in Hawaii is a unique and genuine Hawaiian treasure. The subject farm is set at 1,300 ft above sea level with 70 inches of rain per year. The farm is surrounded by the south with a fully mature Macadamia Nut Orchard, and to the North lies a renowned coffee mill and crop. The lot size is 84.65 acres. The zoning is the A-20a Agricultural District (minimum building site of 20 acres). The farm is in Wood Valley and has access to the Wood Valley Water System, currently connected to the water meter. There are approximately 5 Acres of planted coffee, 3 Acres of vegetable, and has a 480 sq ft dwelling. Hawaii-grown coffee is the second most valuable commodity produced in the state of Hawaii, with an annual production value of over $48 million, and representative of approximately 900 coffee farms over each of the islands. Hawaii coffee competes by only producing high quality, specialty coffee. Every farm in Hawaii has the potential to produce one-of-a-kind coffee. Coffee farms in Hawaii produce about 1,400 pounds of coffee per acre per year on average. A three to five-acre Hawaii coffee farm may yield about 20,000 to 40,000 pounds of coffee.
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|6/17/2020 7:00:00 AM||New Value: $600,000|
|5/31/2020 10:18:40 PM||New Value: Under contract|
|5/10/2020 10:48:37 PM||New Value: $1,008,000|
|5/10/2020 10:48:37 PM||New Value: Active|
|2/24/2020 3:18:37 PM||New Value: Contingent|