<img src="https://agentmarketing.com/usr/12/40/52/63/00/190413113558.jpg?t=1571062548"><br>This is an oceanfront Hawaiian Garden of Eden! Rarely if ever do properties, even in Hawaii, combine so many desirable and unique features. With 530 feet of beautiful ocean frontage, including a spectacular black sand and pebble beach cove, this 3.8 acre parcel comprises two distinct sections - a lower lushly forested park area adjacent the beach cove and an upper bluff with stunning panoramic ocean vistas perched 25 feet above. Both sections are level and suitable to build on or leave just as they are. Thinking of building a retreat center or your dream home? This truly is the ideal parcel. Design a beach park set back from the shoreline, set up bamboo Hale dwellings with interconnecting walking trails meandering through the monkey pod, avocado, noni tress and lower foliage, sculpt a waterfall with ponds for quiet contemplation, build an activity center, or your dream estate on the upper bluff. With this property your imagination and the sky are the limits. With about 40 inches of rain a year compared to 80 inches two miles up the road, the weather here is sunny and perfect. This is the only parcel of land with over 500 foot of ocean frontage and beach cove remaining on the Puna Coast. The property is zoned RA.5 and can be subdivided to your specifications. Conservation land comprises the northern boundary of the property so privacy is guaranteed. A professional topological map is available and an archaeological and Historic Site study has been done that fully allows development and building. There is an installed county water meter, graded roadway connecting the lower and upper sections, phone and electricity available at the street - or go solar and bask in the FREE energy of sunny Kalapana. This is a secluded, beautiful and peaceful place, yet only 15 minutes to the great restaurants, shopping and farmer's market of Pahoa town, and 35 minutes to historic Hilo and famous Princess Lili'uokalani Gardens. Invest in yourself and call Hawaii home.<br>