Corcoran Pacific Properties
Tucked back on a private lane in the heart of Volcano Village, this charming craftsman built home is a feast for the eyes! Designed by noted Volcano architect, Boone Morrison, and custom built by renowned Volcano contractor, Matt Luera, it blends in with other historic homes on the lane, all built prior to 1950. Hale Ohia Road was designated a State Historic District in the 90's. The Log Cabin next door is one of the oldest homes in Volcano, built in 1901.
Historic elements are seen in the exterior cedar shake accents, lava rock faced foundation, board and batten siding. The interior also blends old with new in the solid wood floors, all wood cabinets, wood clad double paned windows (not vinyl) and vintage light fixtures. The floor plan, separating the Living Area from Dining and Kitchen, is also reminiscent of days gone by.
You will appreciate the modern features of granite counters, stainless appliances, a gas burning fireplace, on-demand hot water and double paned windows with custom blinds. The entry features a custom designed stained glass panel of an I'iwi bird, the first collaboration between two local artists. Volcano is the home of many talented artists as evidenced in this home.
The design also took advantage of a natural site depression, which worked perfectly for a lower level hobby room, art studio or home office. The area is wired for both 110 & 220 to accommodate heavy tools or equipment. It is also a perfect spot for the UV water filter, pump, etc. making for easy service. Note the massive post & pier foundation and the custom cover for the water tank as well as. A true work of art with so many extras!
The quality of construction and detail that went into this home could not be duplicated for the asking price. Don't wait as it won't last.
Ronald A. Rigg R(B) 808-936-1962
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