Just Paia side of Twin Falls, well off the highway in the gated neighborhood of Honopou Estates, you’ll find this very special property which truly feels like Hana - but without the drive! The paved road will lead you back to where the rushing of Honopou Stream fills your ears. First you’ll encounter the drive-in Barn which lends itself to creative pursuits - once a professional wood-worker’s shop. On up the Royal Palm-lined driveway, you’ll find the main house which sits between an acre of fenced pasture and another of manicured jungle. The property is dissected by a modest spring-fed stream, replete with resident prawns. It runs slowly through what was once a taro Lo’i, and rejoins the much larger year-round stream next door. The varied topography makes growing all manner of crops possible. Current food crops are Pineapple, Mango, Starfruit, Breadfruit, Banana, Sugar cane, Avocado, Abiu, Taro, Lilikoi, common Guava and Vaivi. As for flowers, you’ll find Magnolia, Gardenia, Red, Torch, Blue and yellow Ginger, many varieties of Heleconia, including some 20’ tall, as well as Night-Blooming Jasmine which fills the air most of the year. The two huge Puakenikeni trees are a favorite for making lei. One can sleep well here with the constant sound of the stream, passing showers and an occasional cow bellowing. Within the last year, the house has been given a new metal roof, gutters, several appliances, carport and a huge deck from which to take in the views by day and stars by night.