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Off-Grid Tiny House on Wheels with Land in Pahoa, Hawaii (For Sale): 165 Sq. Ft. THOW on .17 Acre Lot

This is an off-grid tiny house on wheels with land in Pahoa, Hawaii that’s for sale in Kalapana Seaview Estates.

It sits on a .17 acre lot with an additional bathroom on it’s own trailer. The two units are parked steps from each other so it’s easy to get to. Asking price is $99,000.

There’s enough space on the property to build a home on a foundation too. Seems pretty cool to me! What do you think?

Off-Grid THOW on .17 Acres in Pahoa, Hawaii!

Photos © HISMLS and Savio Realty via Estately

Photos © HISMLS and Savio Realty via Estately

Live large in this Artist-designed and built Tiny House On Wheels (THOW) in Kalapana Seaview Estates! Trailer is located at back of property, so there’s plenty of room to build your new home on a quiet side street in this ocean side subdivision. Lot has been cleared and cindered. There is a storage building on lot to keep outdoor furniture, surf boards, and landscaping equipment. Home is built on 5th wheel trailer and 16 sq ft bathroom has it’s own trailer. Tiny home features built in queen sized bed (mattress cut to fit), bar sink on kitchen counter , new cabinetry, small under counter refrigerator, one burner table top butane stove, and LED light system. Bathroom has a shower with skylight, toilet/ sink combo, and hot water via on demand water heater. Brand new photo voltaic system includes: Two 100 watt panels with 2000 watt inverter, and two 6 volt golf cart batteries. 300 square feet of guttered Ondura roofing collects rainwater in 275 gallon catchment tank. There is a tiny makeshift septic system with leach field and clean out. Live in your tiny house while you build, then use it as vacation rental or ohana unit for family. Kalapana Seaview Estates is a seaside subdivision located on the lower Puna coast of the Big Island of Hawaii. This community is known for its lovely parks, proximity to the Kehena Black Sand Beach, location on the Big Island’s famed “red Road”, and paved roadways that encourage bicycling, pedestrians ,and dog walkers. There are lots of nearby cultural and recreational opportunities including: Uncle Robert’s Awa Bar and Wednesday night market in Kaimu, the Isaac Hale Beach Park at Pohoiki with its boat ramp, pavilions, and restroom facilities, the fabulous Ahalanui Park with its naturally heated “Warm Pond”, and the Kapoho Wai Opae Tidepools where you’ll find some of the best snorkeling available in East Hawaii. Life in lower Puna has a slower pace , but it’s rarely dull1


  1. https://www.estately.com/HI/96778#listing-12-7046-kaimalolo-st

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  • James Fierro December 30, 2017, 3:04 pm

    Wow!! If I were single and had 100k, this would be perfect for me. Well, I can dream…,,,

  • keepyourpower December 30, 2017, 5:23 pm

    EVERYTHING in Hawaii is overpriced!

    • Eric December 30, 2017, 10:42 pm

      Even, so I hear, the politicians. : O

  • Michael December 30, 2017, 7:17 pm

    keepyourpower you are right but this property seems to me not and when looking on the location it appears more down to earth than the touristic destinations on the islands.

  • Pat January 2, 2018, 1:11 am

    Pics look great but Pahoa living is not for everyone. Do your research with due diligence.

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