This is an unreal opportunity in todays market on the Big Island. This could be one of the last of its kind on the dry side of Waimea. Due to the fact this is within the city limits but zoned agricultural w/all the rights that go along w/agricultural zoning, this 6+ acre property is one of the only remaining undivided original lots in the Kanehoa Subdivision. W/proper approval from the County of Hawaii this lot could possibly become 2 legal lots. Do you want to live and farm on the dry side of Hawaii? If so, this property is completely unique at this date and time within our community. There is already in place a permit from the County of Hawaii which the owners will verify for a main home on the property. This permit expires in 2018 as currently understood by the sellers. The future second home building site has views of the ocean, surrounding mountains and sunsets. Agriculture taxes and water rates apply on this property. Past home to Quindembo Bamboo nursery, this property is loaded with multiple clumping bamboo species and fruit trees. The current house and other living structures include massive concrete footings for earthquake security, all structural elements are old growth Western Red Cedar (full dimension, not nominal), and joined, i.e. mortise, mortise and tenon, various kinds of lap joints. In addition to the joinery, all major elements are bolted or lag screwed together for additional security. Flooring full dimension camphor wood from Indonesia. The posts on the lanai are local Sugi Pine and local indigenous Ohia. The outside doors on the main house are from local rainbow bark eucalyptus (eucalyptus deglupta). Two nexus greenhouses combined of approx. 3000 square feet are permitted steel buildings with open span rated for 150 mph exposure. Seller estimates these would cost approximately $100k to build today. Can be kept as greenhouses or boat shed, classic car garage, yoga studio, etc.