Streams and Waterfalls can be found in this enormous and remote Garden of Eden paradise. This historic property is comprised of three parcels covering approx 435.5 acres, previously belonged to the missionary Lyman Family trust for generations. The combined parcels begin east of Waianuenue Ave, a little above Akolea Road, and stretch an incredible 2 3/4 miles, almost to the Olaa Spring Road. Minutes from downtown Hilo in the Piihonua neighborhood, the land has the Kaohama Stream running through it, and features an approx 25 foot double waterfall plunging into a 100 foot wide lava tube supplied lake of unknown depth (at least 50 feet), another 25 foot stepped, family-friendly waterfall and several smaller waterfalls throughout the property. The property contains two famous water springs, the Lyman Springs and the Hilo Sugar Springs. For about 60 years the Lyman Springs supplied roughly 100 million gallons of water each year to Hilo starting in 1940. There is an old wooden shed located above the Lyman Springs well head (current condition unknown.) Sale includes tmk 3-2-5-1-5, 3-2-5-1-9, 3-2-5-8-4. The 280 acre parcel is zoned Forest Reserve and has State land use of Conservation/Protective. The 153 acres is zoned Agriculture and has a State land use of Conservation/Limited. Buyer to check with respective State and County departments on possible uses as part of their due diligence. Access to the property by a partially paved gated road maintained by the Hawaii County Dept. of Water. Priced this low for cash sale! ** Unable to show during quarantine period.**
State Website: dlnr.hawaii.gov/occl . Bing Map link: binged.it/1qOVpCX . Video Link: iplayerhd.com/player/video/51705458-baf5-466e-9907-f041558d8f07/share . MLS listing information and Public Records are thought to provide reliable information. Buyers should verify any information they deem important or material to their purchase.
|Listing Type||For Sale|
|Days On Site||243|