25 Acre Yoga Retreat Sanctuary Available With Seller Financing

Dated: 06/25/2017

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Have you ever dreamed of starting an intentional community with like minded friends in a beautiful tropical setting where fruit grows for free and you have plenty of space? ? This sprawling 25 acre property  with multiple dwellings can be transformed into your private sanctuary....perhaps for a group of yogis to own and live on their own retreat center, or perhaps develop the 25 acres into farmland and sell your own produce. It could be an intentional community as well for those of similar spirit, perhaps a group of fellow vegetarians or vegans or nature lovers into living off grid in Hawaii ? 

Thriving fruit trees include: coconuts, citrus, chestnut, figs, avocado, mulberry, jackfruit, banana, mango, seranam cherry, cacao, and more ! It's also close to Pahoa town and magical swimming spots like the Kapoho Tidepools and Kehena Black sand beach (clothing optional beach) 

And the seller's will finance the purchase for up to 5 years !! This can give the buyers time to finalize permits needed to switch to a conventional loan if desired or just purchase with cash. With a group of qualified buyers purchasing this tropical sanctuary together, the $1million asking price could be split between each. For example $200,000 each for 5 people or $100,000 each for 10 people, $50,000 each for 20 people, etc. 

Share with your like minded friends and family who have always dreamed of living off grid in magical Hawaii and contact me for more info to assist in your purchase of this or other similar properties of interest here on the beautiful Big Island of Hawaii, 


Rebecca Corby, RS



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