The 6 lots/home sites include:
- (MLS# 261147) - 25 Acre Oceanfront Parcel
- (MLS# 260465) - 5.0040 Acres
- (MLS# 260466) - 4.38 Acres
- (MLS# 260467) - 4 Acres
- (MLS# 260468) - 4 Acres
- (MLS# 261149) - 12 Acre Home Sites
Site map for Ala'e Subdivision
Ala'e Subdivision is 55+ acres of raw land
Located in the middle of an open, quiet, and private setting, this Hawaii Island subdivision is in a temperate climate and stretches from highway frontage all the way to the sea
Home Site #1 - Larger 'Off Grid' Home
Already situated on the upper 12 acres abutting the highway at the top are two home sites. This larger home is built with solar and catchment use, although power and water is to the upper part of the upper 12-acre parcel.
87-3395 Hawaii Belt Rd. (MLS# 261149)
This larger home, toward the lower portion of the 12 acres, has 3 bedroom, 2 baths with vaulted ceilings and a large covered outside lanai for lovely outside living, which is always so comfortable year round in this climate of Hawaii.
Home Site #2 - Smaller Home
The smaller home, with 2 bed/1 bath located at the upper portion, has county water and electric. Again, these two home sites are on the 12-acre parcel abutting the highway, with paved access to the lower home.
Smaller 2 bed, 1 bath home
Prime Hawaii Property in Great Location
Alae Subdivision waits to see the finishing phases of development. Found situated perfectly on gently sloping, raw, prime property with six beautiful view lots/home sites, all with stunning ocean views, and within 30 minutes of charming Village Kealakekua and Captain Cook for purchasing life’s necessities. Also only 50 minutes to Kailua-Kona and the international airport.
Nearby beach, for fishing, snorkeling, and relaxing
Big Island Development Opportunity
Whether you want to live on the property while developing, or offer lodging to an onsite manager, the opportunity awaits; possibly to build out the final infrastructure, or going so far as building out homes to be marketed in a way you have always dreamed of.
As my co-Realtor said so well, "Where’s the savvy, forward-thinking developer looking for a most beautiful and temperate spot on the planet to create the prototype for a more sustainable development?" Consider this good development.
What would it look like, living off the land, producing your own energy, growing your food, and catching your water? It’s more work, but for those who prioritize this lifestyle and appreciate the benefits, it’s a labor of love. Imagine “development that supports a sustainable community."
For more information, please visit www.AlaeSubdivisionHawaii.com.
Do not let the opportunity pass by!