One of the most unique pieces of real estate in the world is now on the market, and it could be yours for $18 million. Harold Clarke, president of top real estate brokerage Luxury Big Island, is giving buyers the exceptional, once in a lifetime opportunity to own 16,455 acres of land complete with six miles of coastline on the Big Island.
Located just south of the Ka’ Ū Forest Reserve and the Mauna Loa volcano, this remote piece of land gives access to the best that Hawaii has to offer, such as amazing resorts, accredited golf courses, water sports and horseback riding. You’ll get an incredible view of the expansive crystal blue waters off the coast while being engulfed in natural white sand and lava fields. The land’s biggest attraction, Pohue Bay, is also where the rare and protected Hawksbill turtles nest. Scattered around the oceanfront land are petroglyphs, ancient rock carvings made by early inhabitants of Hawaii that add even more distinct character to this lush property.
“This is a rare chance for a homeowner to posses one of the most coveted areas on the Big Island,” Clarke said. A good distance from the highway, the property is not easily accessible by roads, making the land feel like a private paradise getaway. Although half of the the property is zoned as a conservation district, a 5,000 square-foot house can still be built on the land, and permits may be put in place for further construction. The opportunities for this property are endless.