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États-UnisHawaiiKeaau15-1855 21ST Avenue

15-1855 21ST Avenue
15-1855 21ST Avenue Keaau, Hawaii 96749 États-Unis

$351,000
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Private from the road, this Plantation Home takes you back in time. Built in Hilo in 1940 as a Plantation Mangers home, it was moved to Paradise Park in 2001. Since that time the home has been re-wired, re-plumbed and has a new roof. Additionally...

Clark Realty - Hilo

  • HI License RS-75331
525 Kilauea Avenue Suite 220
Hilo, Hawaii 96720 United States
  • HI License RB-16144
525 Kilauea Avenue Suite 220
Hilo, Hawaii 96720 United States
$351,000
AUTRE DEVISE
3
Chambres
1
Salle de bains complète
1,610 pi. ca.
Intérieur
1 Acres
Extérieur
Résidentiel
Type de propriété
1940
Année de construction
617521
Identifiant Web
617521
Identifiant MLS
HAWAIIAN PARADISE PARK
Lotissement
Sold on
8/14/2018

À propos de 15-1855 21ST Avenue

Private from the road, this Plantation Home takes you back in time. Built in Hilo in 1940 as a Plantation Mangers home, it was moved to Paradise Park in 2001. Since that time the home has been re-wired, re-plumbed and has a new roof. Additionally the owners have added solar hot water and PV panels for electricity. All the modern conveniences with all the charm of yesteryear! Per tax records, the effective year built is 1989. The home was designed by architect Raymond Llewellyn Morris, who came to Hawaii in 1926 and worked under a prominent architect of that time, Charles W. Dickey. Some of the Morris designed homes are on the Hawaii Registry of Historic Homes. The layout and craftsmanship from an earlier time are evident throughout with clear fir flooring, built-ins, glass fronted cabinets, chair rails, and double hung windows with wide trim work. These homes were designed for the tropics with high ceilings and large windows to increase air flow. The walls are a plywood used in high end construction from the period. The hip roof with wide eaves allows you to keep the upper windows cracked without the threat of rain coming in. It is obvious that the home has been extremely well maintained over the years and was also tent fumigated 2 years ago. The garden gazebo, with its steeple reclaimed from an old church in Keaau, completes this pretty picture. This is a great place to entertain family and friends or just enjoy a quiet evening. The photo-voltaic system (solar) net meters to HELCO, keeping your electric bills to a minimum. In the wintertime enjoy the wood burning stove, as you relax in your own corner of paradise.

Listing Courtesy of Clark Realty - Hilo