Big Island, Hawaii
Pepeekeo Point, Hawaii, which in Hawaiian is spelled “Pepe’ekeo,” is located on the eastward side of the Big Island in Hawaii County's South Hilo district. Pepeekeo Point offers breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and Maua Kea Mountain along with pebble beaches and shoreline cliffs. Fresh air and breathtaking views are abundant in Pepeekeo. The magnificence of its natural beauty is shown throughout the landscape. The California west coast and the South Shores of Alaska are the nearest large bodies of land and are 2,300 miles away. Due to the agricultural usage of this area, Pepeekeo Point maintains an unspoiled beauty. It offers rich, fertile soil and an abundance of rainfall that helps provide for rolling pastures, fields of lush green croplands and a year-round growing season. In fact, these resources make this some of the best agricultural land on the Big Island and lend to its ability to support almost any crop which can be grown in its climate type. In addition to the aesthetic beauty and agricultural advantages at Pepeekeo Point, there is also a wonderful climate with relatively low humidity.
Although secluded and natural, Pepeekeo Point is convenient to Hilo which is the largest community on the Big Island and the second largest in the state. Hilo is an old-fashioned town with a friendly community feel and it offers all of the amenities of contemporary urban locales. It is also home of the University of Hawaii at Hilo and Hilo International Airport.
The properties being currently offered for purchase at Pepeekeo Point are comprised of 1,326 total acres. There are three diverse areas that comprise the properties: Banyan Tree, SMA North and SMA South. Formerly sugar cane fields and pastures, these properties are occupied now by both homes and agricultural spaces with cliffside and waterfront views of the Pacific Ocean. Some of the lots provide uniquely beautiful vistas of downtown Hilo and Mauna Kea.
Since land on the Big Island is obviously limited and opportunities for new construction and development are few, purchasing property in Hawaii is a stable investment and land prices in Hawaii continue to grow at a healthy and conservative pace.
As a primary residence or second home, Hawaii offers unspoiled beauty, wide open spaces, numerous opportunities for both peace and quiet as well as adventure, and pockets of urbanity that offer everything one could find in the major metropolitan areas of the continental United States. In its magnificence and simplicity, living in Hawaii is an experience unlike anywhere else on Earth.
Note: The information contained herein is believed to be true and correct. However, no warranties are expressed or implied by the Seller or Broker as to the condition of the property. Sellers and Brokers suggest that any prospective purchaser do its own due diligence, research, and/or inspections to satisfy itself as to the condition of the property.