ASK ABOUT SELLER FINANCING IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO DEAL WITH A BANK. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE A 916 SQ FT RESIDENCE WITH VAULTED CEILING AND STAND UP LOFT, A 200 SQ FT DETACHED 2 CAR GARAGE AND A 320 SQ FT DETACHED AGRICULTURAL OFFICE BUILDING. Currently configured with 1 bedroom, there are several ways to reconfigure or expand the improvements. This property is for Nature Lovers. Beautiful well maintained landscape with a large variety of plants and trees, among them established Avocado, Banana, Lemon and Papaya trees and also Jamaican Lilikoi, Pineapples and Aloevera. Serene feeling with views of pasture, Haleakala and small kine ocean view. This property is protected from noise or disturbance from neighboring properties or roads. It is very quiet and you are alone with nature. The bordering neighbors are close knit and friendly. Slight breeze keeps it cool and mosquito free. Although you are only 20 minutes from Paia, it feels like you are far removed from everything outside of your little universe. And 3 minutes down to the end of Kulike Rd., there is a hiking trail leading down to Pilale Bay and all that the Pacific ocean offers. This is a sacred valley with a hidden Hawaiian heiau and ancient taro patches. The house has a rustic natural interior with lots of windows that live from the views of the beautiful outside plants. There is a 2 car garage and another building that could be used as an office or other purposes. There are two water catchment systems, one for the house and one for the garden. Lots of space for improvements and creativity. According to the Developer's Public Report, the house was built in 2000 and permitted in its entirety in 2008. The entire 3.0 acre parcel is CPR'd into 2 lots, each with a 50% interest in the common elements (driveway). The portion of the property for sale is Unit B. Property is being sold fully furnished, lawn mower, tools, etc. Excluded is personal artwork. Paul L. Signore, Building Inspection Services, Inc. in a report dated October 4th, 2013, states that all of the structural components and mechanical and electrical installations material to the use and enjoyment of the project appear to be in good condition. The report was certified by Nicholas T. Wagner, an independent, registered Hawaii architect.