Located between the Ka Ala Hele Makalae (Kapa’a) bike & walking path and Inia Street behind Java Kai and Bamboo Works are two buildings on one lot – these are classic structures – one built in 1929 and the other in 1938 – both have been updated, but retain their original and existing charm. The two structures bookend a manicured grassy yard complete with a good size storage shed. Both buildings have a “Dwell-like” vibe and the back building has big ocean views across the path. Lot’s of new touches and nuances, including appliances, flooring, paint, fencing, landscaping, etc. The Sellers have really put their heart & soul into the setting and spaces. The lot to the North is vacant and owned by the State of Hawaii.
A stone’s throw to coffee and acai bowls, margaritas and burritos and lots of foodtruck fare – a great combination of recreation and urbanization – so much within walking distance from this ocean-centric locale. Off-street parking a plus. A “must-be-seen-to-appreciate” set-up, where potential abounds.