Rare Kaupo Land for Sale: Pohoula Subdivision Lot 2 (3 lots total) Many land improvements: Subdivision has a private water source provided by deep well with pristine water, 66k gal water tank, fire pump, fire hydrant and paved driveway. “Go green” and live off the grid. Great weather. Mixed terrain. Christmas berry trees with buildable sites. Breath taking Big Island, ocean & mountain views. Your backdrop will be the spectacular Manawainui Gulch which is filled with several beautiful waterfalls after a rain. This is a unique and very special part of OLD HAWAII and is truly like going back in time with old sack rock walls running throughout the subdivision. The star gazing at night is truly amazing. Beautiful Sun and Moon rises. 200 sf ag structure along with an outhouse with composting toilet and a separate shower with hot water. Saddle up and spend a few days trail riding your horse from the Haleakala Crater to your own land on the famous Kaupo Gap trail in Haleakala National Park. The sounds of Nature will lull you into a relaxed state of mind. Here you can rejuvenate and recover from the fast paced life you leave behind in your own quiet, private Sanctuary. check out the virtual tour above.
Set immediately adjacent to, and uphill from, the Historic Hui Aloha Church and windward beach at oceanfront Mokulau Landing in remote and peaceful Kaupo, Maui. Looking out across a pure & primitive coastline, these 2 acres ascend gently from ancient rockwalls of Hui Aloha's Church grounds to an approx. elevation of 90 feet above the seashore, assuring critical view planes preservation. Frontage is about 800 feet along an unpaved roadway running seaward from Hana (Pi'ilani) Highway. There is a permitted fresh water well in place. Power is off-grid. The roughly hour drive to Kaupo from 'Town' is nearly completely paved these days. Rainfall is in a marvelous, moderate range of 40-50 inches annually. Mokulau, Kaupo survives as a rare one of a few old Hawaiian places virtually unimpacted by ravages of time and development...it's deep history lives on today.