Estate For Sale
New Price!!!!!!! $829,000-fee simple Have you been seeking a peaceful refuge to make that lifestyle change
happen? A haven to bring your family and friends to,
all the turmoil, and close to a simpler, more natural, calming way of life. A place
where warm breezes caress
and the daily sight of
lush tropical greenery feeds the soul. Looking for agriculturally zoned land - your dream farm in a tropical paradise - a place where you can feel the earth beneath your feet,
taste the fruits of the land, and farm the animals of your choice?We've been farming our Macadamia Nut Orchard [pesticide free]for14 yearsnow. Have dreams of what you would like to add to the farm ? Here's your chance!
Welcome to Macadamia Meadows.
Scroll down for lots of pics!!! With all
the turmoil the world has been experiencing, what could be
a better way to invest your money than into something you can touch,
feel and enjoy.
Something real, that you have control over.Something that will allow you to live that life that
you've been dreaming of;
longing for. Isn't it time to make your dreams come true? Yes You Can!!!!
We've been sharing our farm as a legally permitted
Bed and Breakfast for almost 15 years BUT we've done nothing to the
structure of our farm home
to exclude it from being used as a private residence.
The unique thing about this property is - you've been dreaming of
finding just the right place to allow
you to bring your personal dreams to fruition-here it is!!! Owner financing?
Possible: with $529,000 down , for the right buyer [buyers],we would
consider financing the remainder [we must be primary on the loans].
ORCHARD SHOTS Part
of the uniqueness of our property [all 8.19 acres of it- and we have an
access road on the property which goes to our neighbor behind us] is our
wonderful orchard. Our Macadamia Trees are mature and the most nuts
we've harvested off the property in one year is 33,000 lbs. gross
Here's some pics!
Scroll down for lots of pics!!! Aloha!
We know how hard it is to get a
from far away- so we decided to
put up this page with lots of pics- and hopefully answers to
questions you would like to ask. Of course, if you have a
question not answered, feel free to contact us toll free US & Canada
or 808-929-8097 [I've found that the telephone allows you
to get direct answers more quickly- and it gives us a better feel
what you are looking for
- and if our property will meet your needs/
desires]. Our main website for the B&B is: http://www.macadamiameadows.com
PIECE OF PARADISE BUT $829,000 IS A LITTLE TOO STEEP? We've
been thinking about all the folks who put money in to time shares
etc.Often there are ongoing fees etc. even after you make the purchase.
about this? Here in Hawaii there is
"fractional" ownership. Up to 6 people can own a property. You
may buy and sell your portion independent of the other owners.
6 folks each put up $138,167
you'd not only have a piece of paradise [all year /not for just a
couple of weeks in a time share] but with an
onsight operator/manager you could bring in enough to pay expenses and have a little bit left
over- and still have your place in the sun. Or, if you want
ownership how about 2 or 3 of you going in together to buy your place
in the sun? Interested- contact us.
Let's start with some pics.
The pictures below show the road in front of our home- we're nestled
into Waiohinu Valley at the very southern end of the Big Island of
Hawaii. In fact we're located just one road over from South Point [in
Hawaiian Ka Lae] Southern most point in the USA. Mark Twain visited
Waiohinu in June of 1866 and planted a Monkeypod tree not far from our
farm [OK it's the tree that sprung up from the roots of the original
that Twain planted, but you get the picture].
road in front of our farm looking
Here's our driveway- tennis court at top of
pic another view- see the edge of Maua
Loa at top
here's the entrance to our home
COURT Our tennis court is located at the front
of the property. It is a regulation size court and also has two basket
ball hoops on the court. One of the aspects about the location of the
court that I enjoy the most is that you have a sweeping view of the
coastline below. It's fun to sit up there and just
watch the surf come crashing in on the shore below- and if you're
loosing at tennis you can always claim that you were distracted by the
tennis court coming into farm
it's a better view in person
Our pool is 16ft X 36ft and 8 ft. deep at the deepest point. It
is obviously an inground swimming pool, and it has a brand new vinyl
liner. Yes, I know it's Hawaii and there is a great Black Sand Beach
just 10 minutes or so from our farm, but it's fun to swim some laps in
your back yard from time to
THE VIEW FROM THE
INSIDE Our home is filled with skylights .
The main section of our home has 9 skylights, and the attached wing has
4 skylights. What a wonderful way to enjoy the warmth and light . You
can see one of the skylights in the kitchen area pictured below. Note
the glass sliders also in the picture to the left. The home was
designed to take advantage of the light of the tropics, and still
highlight the warmth of the cedar walls in the main section of
to give you some perspectous this area is 40 ft in
MORE UPSTAIRS MAIN FLOOR Here's more pics of the main floor
upper level. On the left note the loft [upper part of pic]. This is a
huge loft and from there you can look out of windows that give you a
wonderful ocean view of the coastline below. Note also all the windows!
to the right you can see the Japanese
You may slide these back as pictured and
in the great outdoors
This photo was taken from inside the house looking out through
our Japanese sliding doors. I remember the very first time I looked at
our home to purchase it. I walked up the magnificent staircase at the
back of the house and when I reached the top it was almost like the
outdoors and inside space of the home were united together. What a
great way to enjoy the fresh air and wonderful breezes of your tropical
deck. Our home
has about 3000 sq. ft. of covered lanai.
The lanai goes around the entire upper floor. Talk about taking
advantage of the great outdoors! It's a great spot to just sit and
relax and we love to eat our here. You can look out
into the orchard and with many trees you are looking out right into
Master Bedroom Main
the Main House
tub on the lanai
NOTE: Not pictured is another
large bedroom and full bath- also there is a 1/2 bath located on the
lanai - great for when you get out of the pool
ATTACHED WING Pictures below are of the upper
floor of the attached wing. This area is about 1200 sq. ft. It
for a great private living space for family members and it gives privacy yet they are close by. This area would
also make an ideal private living space for property/B&B managers. Not pictured below
is a spacious private lanai area looking out to the orchard.
Wish we had taken a pic? Ah come on, you
have to have some reason to come to Hawaii and view our farm
The three pictures above are all of the same room. This room has two
skylights in it- and note your peaceful views of the lush vegetation
SUNKEN BEDROOM IN ATTACHED WING UPPER FLOOR All
five pictures below are of the sunken bedroom in the upper floor of the
attached wing. It's a spacious room- and I just wanted to give a feel
wonderful orchard views from this room.
Bath and Walk in Closet Attached Wing Upper Floor
not the most revealing shot-
very spacious walk in closet- has a sky light
rooms pictured below are presently being used as guest rooms for the
Bed and Breakfast. It
should be noted that we have done nothing to the rooms or their
configuration that would preclude the rooms being used as a private
residence if the new owners of the farm so desired. Translation: if you
desire to use this property as a private residence we haven't done
anything to the structure of the home that would prevent that .
The Rooms we share for our Bed and
Breakfast are located in the bottom of our home. Each Room has a
private entrance, and this affords the guests the opportunity to come
and go as they like. You may learn more about the Bed and Breakfast
aspect of our property by going to:
Here's some pics of the rooms we share right now in our Bed and
note the door behind the dresser- this is a double door with
soundproofing insulation and of course locks on each side for guest
however--------- If you would like to connect these two rooms for
personal use-no problem- just unlock the doors and remove the rigid
Once again there is a double locked door between this the Macadamia
Room and the adjoining Hawaiian Room. If you would like to convert that
for a private residence and re-connect the rooms- it's as simple as
unlocking and opening the doors and removing the soundproofing
insulation less than
two minutes and it's done
Here you get a bit of a feel for the covered lanai [deck] area on the
ground floor. All along the ground floor of the main building is a
The Hawaiian and Volcano Rooms are actually part of a single suite
with a bath located in the middle of the suite.. Once
again, if you want, there is no reason that this
area could not be used as office space, a game room, theater room etc.
Or just a great place for the inlaws when they come to visit your new
What's the Hawaii
Real Estate Market like? Prices are stable, inventory is up and
right now the folks who have their
places on the market are the serious sellers, not the
speculators. Hawaii is a unique, one of a kind market, but you already
know that. It isn't often that you can purchase such
wonderful pieces of property at such a resasonable price.
Regulatory changes of the J-REIT (Japanese real estate
investment trust) will allow capital to purchase property in Hawaii and
could provide an
infusion of buyers for the islands.
Questions: 1) This looks like a fantastic
property!! What's wrong- why are you selling it? Good question. When I look at
property, in my mind, that is always the BIG question: "if this place
is so great why are you selling? " Simple answer- we're looking to downsize and retire. 2) What do you mean by that
statement that "A qualified buyer will not be solely
dependant on Bed and
Breakfast income to qualify for a mortgage ?"
Simply this: If you need to float a large loan for this property and
would be using the income solely
from the Bed and Breakast to help you to qualify
for the loan it will never happen. Does that mean we don't have a
viable business to offer? Of course not. But this is a large country
estate and other properties in the area with no B&B, no farm,
are actually at higher asking prices than we are. In other words
we think we've priced our property well for what you get with out the
3)Are you offering any owner
financing? Our answer is a
qualified -maybe. We
would consider owner financing for the balance with a minimum
payment [no commission to an agent].
4) Would you please Email me a
profit and loss statement? Simple
answer- No. This is the Internet and we have no idea if you're a
qualified buyer or our competition requesting this info. We will
provide you with this info with a qualification letter from you
[meaning proof you are a qualified buyer] and also that you would sign
a confidentiality agreement.
Having said that, we would be glad to give you an over view of earning
potential initially to folks who have a sincere interest [give us a ring- I will not do this by Email].
5) What about the farm- can I
expand on that? Good
question and yes you can- with out a large outlay. We have been farming
pesticide free for years and one logical thing to do is get your
organic certification. There's more that we would be happy to share
with a qualified buyer.
6) How long have you had the
B&B and how would I benefit from buying an exisiting
B&B? We've been in
business since 1997, are "legal" with a Special Use Permit and
with the sale of our farm estate will transfer our website and
domain name [which does well in searches etc.] We've done allthe hard stuff for you. Here on the Big Island of Hawaii a
legally permitted B&B is limited to 5 rooms [for B&B use and we are permitted for 5 rooms] and
the operator of the B&B must live on the property [can be a manager].
To check out the local zoning laws on Bed and Breakfasts go
Look for: Article 4
Bed and Breakfast establishments 25-32 You also benefit from our history and the fact we're in just about all
the leading guide books such as: Frommers, Moon, Lonely Plant, Let's
Go, Ulysses ( French guide book) and more. There are many associations
etc. that we belong to- and would be glad to help you learn the craft
if you so desire.
We're proud also to have been featured in Cooking Light magazine, Bon
Appetite,the New York Times and had a 4 page spread in Inn Travellor.We
will be listed in a brand new "Green Hawaii" guide book coming out this
7) Have you done any recent
improvements or upgrades?
wing]. Our kitchen
has beautiful solid
granite [not granite tile] counter tops. The sweeping stairs on
the main house section have all been replaced with plastic wood.We
rebuilt the whole staircase- support and all. We added a staircase as
well to the attached wing- so there are two ways to access it now. And
then of course
there's the usual painting and some new carpet etc.