Approx 3,000 SF single family dwelling, carport, and other buildings; one acre strictly organic "farmette". Private, no development on either side, off grid solar, county water, full property irrigation, gas hot water, dryer, and stove/ovens, producing fruit trees (orange, lychee, avocado, macnut, noni, sapodilla, kukui nut, guava, breadfruit, curry, and fig). As is, Where is. Owner Financing OptionWhen designing homestead in the late 1990’s, guiding vision was to live a wholesome life, respect and interact with the land, design a home suited to a tropical climate, and use state of the art resource efficient building techniques. What they didn’t have in money they tried to make up for with audacity and imagination! Worked closely with Mark Eyler (Architects Kauai) to create an open, airy, “decentralized” compound that minimized the carbon footprint of each major system of the house.. Central to their vision was utilizing an acre of paradise for food production, playground for the kids, and peace and quiet for mom and dad. The previous owners were of similar mind and had planted a variety of food bearing trees, added breadfruit, fig, curry, and kukui nut, and also ornamental teas, gardenias, plumeria, taberna montera, and heliconia’s. The backyard garden plots have been groomed for many years and a wide variety of greens, peppers, squashes, and root vegetables have thrived... backyard as salad bowl! Originally a 3 bdrm 2 ½ bath compound, 1,000sf has since been re-configured into a separate 2-bedroom, full bath unit. The main building remains as front entry, great room, kitchen, screened lanai, powder room, and adjacent master bedroom/bathroom cottage. In addition, a playful, private, rustic “caretakers hut” is nestled in one corner of the property. Great for work trade or out of town guests who want to live in nature, but still have high speed internet!