82-6160 Hawaii Belt Rd

    Captain Cook, HI 96704
    • $1,970,000
    • STATUS: Active
    • ON SITE: 289 days
    • MLS #: 613952
    UPDATED: 51 min ago
    $1,970,000
    • 3
      BEDS
    • 11.82
      ACRES
    • 2
      BATHS
    • 1
      1/2 BATHS
    • 3,041
      SQFT
    • $648
      $/SQFT
    Neighborhood:
    Type:
    Single-Family Home
    Built:
    2011
    Area:

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    Description

    The Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden Complex, which comprises three parcels with a total of 11.82 acres, is home to more than 200 species of native and Polynesian-introduced plants, including 17 listed as endangered. Owned by Bishop Museum since 1974, for over 30 years the Garden served the public as an educational and research facility focused on plants that grew in the traditional farms and native forests of Kona prior to the late 18th century and the arrival of Capt. James Cook. The Garden closed to the public in 2016 so the search for a new steward could begin.Located in Kealakekua, south of Kailua Kona, the Garden is set amongst the most intact remnants of the Kona Field System. The property includes a Visitor Center completed in 2011, an older residence, agricultural structures, and protected cultural sites. The Visitor Center contains approximately 1,130 square feet of enclosed space and houses offices, exhibit/retail space, ticket purchase counter and men's and women's bathrooms. The total area under roof is 2,137 square feet. The former residence of founder Amy Greenwell is a one story dwelling built in 1955 containing approximately 1,900 square feet. There is an older office building of 1152 sq ft, adjacent carport, 888 sq ft work room and 720 sq ft nursery.The three parcels have deed restrictions detailing ethnobotanical use. The parcels have several different zonings and state land use designations which also allow for various uses. Buyers are to do their own due diligence as to whether any specific use would be possible under zoning and deed restrictions for this unique and irreplaceable resource.Please note the property is to be sold AS IS and WHERE IS. Sale is subject to approval by the Board of Bishop Museum.

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    82-6160 Hawaii Belt Rd Captain Cook, HI 96704

    • Price: $1,970,000
    • Status: Active
    • Updated: 51 min ago
    • MLS #: 613952
    3
    Beds
    2
    Baths
    1
    ½ Baths
    11.82
    Acres
    3,041
    SQFT
    $648
    $/SQFT
    2011
    Built
    Neighborhood:
    Coffee Farm Lots
    Area:
    South Kona
    Property Description
    The Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden Complex, which comprises three parcels with a total of 11.82 acres, is home to more than 200 species of native and Polynesian-introduced plants, including 17 listed as endangered. Owned by Bishop Museum since 1974, for over 30 years the Garden served the public as an educational and research facility focused on plants that grew in the traditional farms and native forests of Kona prior to the late 18th century and the arrival of Capt. James Cook. The Garden closed to the public in 2016 so the search for a new steward could begin.Located in Kealakekua, south of Kailua Kona, the Garden is set amongst the most intact remnants of the Kona Field System. The property includes a Visitor Center completed in 2011, an older residence, agricultural structures, and protected cultural sites. The Visitor Center contains approximately 1,130 square feet of enclosed space and houses offices, exhibit/retail space, ticket purchase counter and men's and women's bathrooms. The total area under roof is 2,137 square feet. The former residence of founder Amy Greenwell is a one story dwelling built in 1955 containing approximately 1,900 square feet. There is an older office building of 1152 sq ft, adjacent carport, 888 sq ft work room and 720 sq ft nursery.The three parcels have deed restrictions detailing ethnobotanical use. The parcels have several different zonings and state land use designations which also allow for various uses. Buyers are to do their own due diligence as to whether any specific use would be possible under zoning and deed restrictions for this unique and irreplaceable resource.Please note the property is to be sold AS IS and WHERE IS. Sale is subject to approval by the Board of Bishop Museum.
    Exterior Features

    Design Single Wall Land Tenure Fee Simple Lot Description Other (Remarks) Ocean Front N Pool N Roads County Topography Gentle Slope View Ocean Horizon

    Interior Features

    Appliances None Floors CarpetResin TileVinyl Washer Dryer None

    Property Features

    Assessed Value 842500 Assessment Year 2017 Distressed Standard Sale Lava Zone 3 Lot Number 55-A Oceanfront Unit N N Phone Service Land Line Power Overhead Property Type CommercialLandResidential Sewer CesspoolSeptic Solid Waste Disposal None Tax Key 382013003 Taxes 200.00 Terms CashConventional Vehicle Parking DetachedUnassignedNone Water County Zoning Cn-7.5

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