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I am interested in the sale ($259,000) or even trade of my incredible 7.47 acre 900' elevation lot on the Big Island of Hawaii. It is on the West side of the island with a giant ocean view and walking access to the beach in a gated community called Kona Sea Ranch. I would want a property of equal value in any nice community in New Hampshire with a preference for the lakes region. My Fee Simple acreage is located in Captain Cook in beautiful South Kona with easy access to Kona International Airport. It has electricity available and fronts on a paved private road that intersects with the main Mamalahoa highway that serves the vibrant City of Kona and encircles the entire island. It is a few minutes from a local elementary school with free full time pre-school and endless beaches including one, Ho'okena, where you can scuba, snorkel, or swim with dolphins and whales.
This is a magnificent place with no bugs, no snakes, great climate with low humidity, and beauty wherever you look. Kona is famous for its coffee, tropical fruits, and macadamia nuts and has a gigantic new Costco, a Walmart, a Home Depot and wonderful commercial, educational, and cultural facilities. I love my Hawaiian acreage and would love to build on it and retire, but I am 76, and have health issues. Hawaii is too far from family members on the East Coast, which makes it necessary for me to give it up. My lot is number 5, has electricity on-site, and I have provided a map for reference purposes. I have a special love for New Hampshire. This lot has wonderful rental, commercial, and agricultural potential. Hawaii has recently offered licenses to people with 2 acres and more to commercially grow hemp, for its valuable oil and fiber. The land is ideally situated for Kona signature coffee production and the growth of certain tropical fruits, avocados, and macadamia nuts