Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Three Miles of Ocean Views for Sale




Guess what, for just a mere forty million dollars you can be the owner of three miles of ocean front property with a very rare green sand beach and well over 2,100 acres of raw tropical land. This area is untouched by any development and has been largely intact for many decades.






This area really feels like Jurassic Park with old trees, jungles, coconut fringed beaches and ocean inslets that are rarely seen by the public.






The estate is privately owned by an Oahu family that rarely visits and originally had plans to build a mega resort here on the East side of Hawaii until family plans made them change course.






There are no structures but a small picnic overhang with stellar views of a beautiful inslet with green sand, one of only a few places on Hawaii Island to have a green sand beach.


So now you can be the owners of this beautiful and pristine land a real piece of paradise....any takers?


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10 comments:

One said...

Wow! This is something my son mentioned that he wanted when he was a toddler. LOL! Now he's already a teenager.

Go grab it Noel! I support you!!! :)

Carolyn @ Carolyn's Shade Gardens said...

It seems very sad because only developers have that kind of money. Couldn't there be some kind of movement started to buy and preserve at least part of the land?

noel said...

It would be nice, but our local county govt has raided funds allocated for green space and preservation lands to balance the budget. Its been an awful way to pay for the deficit in the budgets by raiding funds needed for just this type of endeavor.

Stephanie said...

Breathtaking sight to behold. Love the pic with the coco trees by the seashore. Good shot as well Noel :-D

Andrea said...

Aloha Noel, i bet you are now longing for the 40M $ to land on your hands. I met someone in Bago City, Negros Occidental who bought a big area like that long ago, when there are no settlers there yet. Now, it is already a very beautiful peace of property and a bit further is the sanctuary of white birds.

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

I'll jump right on that Noel. LOL! Oh, to dream.

Alistair said...

Just what I have been looking for Noel, wait till I get my cheque book out.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Heard about Tsunami warning. Hope you are away from the sea and safe..

lotusleaf said...

I am just hearing that thee Tsunami is about to visit Hawaii. I pray to God that you and yours are safe, and that no harm comes to anyone.

Míriam Luiza said...

Que lugar bonito!

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