Looking for the Hawaii of yesteryear? It still exists here on the eastern shoreline of the Big Island of Hawaii. Waa Waa is a smaller Big Island subdivision, the eastern edge of which runs all along the shoreline. Beauty abounds in every direction you look with native trees, stunning sunrises, ocean horizon, and majestic clouds. Running along the ocean edge of this property and the entire subdivision, is a narrow strip of land that is owned by the homeowner's association granting access to walk, fish, or enjoy watching the waves as they break against the lava rock wall. Sea turtles abound in this area and are often seen feeding along the ocean edge. Government Beach Road, which is the entry into Waa Waa and running parallel to the ocean, is paved. Access onto this 1.45 acre property is directly off pavement, so no dirt roads to travel home. With almost an acre and a half, you can enjoy privacy along with unobstructed ocean views. The weather in this area is great, referred to as the banana belt, with lots of sunny days but also ample rain for your water supply via your catchment system. The current owner has not done any development on this property since purchasing so it is a blank slate for your creative inspiration. Lovely homes are on this stretch of ocean front lots adding to the property value of the immediate area. Don't miss this opportunity as this lot has not been on the market in 21 years!
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