Watch out for hot lava (seriously!) in this piece of Hawaiian paradise

'Buying Hawaii': Living Near Lava
'Buying Hawaii': Living Near Lava

This Pahoa, Hawaii estate is hot, hot, hot – but that might just be the lava field that it's been built over.

Located right near Kehena Black Sand Beach and on the Red Road Coastline, this is one of those properties that, without exaggeration, has a pretty incomparable location.

Called "Pohakunani", which translates to "The beautiful rocks," this home consists of two separate structures that are connected by an extensive covered walkway, making even walking from room to room feel like an adventure.

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The main house sits at a comfortable 2,800 square feet, including two bedrooms, two full baths and in full Hawaiian style, a grand, covered lanai (an open-sided veranda).

Intricate bamboo floors and "mango-plank floating stairs" lead you from the main living area, which boasts a chef's kitchen, to the second story.

The second structure features guest quarters and a separate private patio, totaling around 800 square feet.

Nine-foot-high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows create panoramic views of the lush, tropical backyard and outdoor area, including a sleek and modern pool with an outdoor porch with seating, right off of the lanai.

Take a look at this piece of paradise below:

The estate is currently on the market for $1.15M.

If you're still craving more Hawaiian lush land, the lot adjacent to Pohakunani is available for an additional $150K.

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