Absolutely Breath-Taking Direct Ocean Front Investment Opportunity – Welcome to Banyan Point Hale.
From the moment you enter this property, it’s impossible not to embrace the 270-degree ocean views as the calm sea breeze gently flows through this open-air, one of a kind, naturally lit residence. At Sunset the exterior purples and ocean’s reflection shine in symmetry. Each day you spend living here you’ll be soothed by the sounds of crashing waves with floral tropical breezes tingling your senses. You’ll have year-round entertainment watching the Surfers at the famous Banyan’s Surf break daily within the comfort of your home. Not to mention seasonal whale watching, the occasional manta ray and also pods of dolphins playing steps from your door. The best part is there’s an expansive outdoor living space with black sand for sunbathing where you’ll find solace in the shade from the palm trees and freshly grown coconuts within an arm’s reach!
Hoping to Invest? Look no further. This truly unique property is nestled ocean side and has Three Separate Living Spaces all of which have designated metering for Electric. Make this your Primary Residence while renting the two additional spaces. Even Better, it’s Zoned Vacation therefore this property qualifies for the Short-Term Vacation Rental Permit with the County of Hawaii and you can watch your investment work for you from anywhere.
1ST Time Ever Being Released on the Open Market: The Seller of this spectacularly located Multi-Unit, Vacation Zoned, Income Producing home has made multiple improvements to the property. Including New Roof, New Paint Exterior, New Paint Interior, New Hand Railings & Guard Railings, New Sliding Glass Doors, New Screen Doors, New Jalousie Windows, New Glass Shower Doors PLUS New Carpet on the Stairs, New Ceramic Tile Floors throughout & New Vinyl Plank Floors in Loft of Top 4th Floor.
-There are a total of three separate living spaces! Additional info attached to MLS
Zone 4 - Includes all of Hualalai, where the frequency of eruptions is lower than that for Kilauea or Mauna Loa. Lava coverage is proportionally smaller, about 5% since 1800, and less than 15% within the past 750 years.