South Kona Coffee Plantation

84-5095 Mamalahoa Hwy in South Kona

Have you ever thought about owning your own coffee plantation? Imagine waking up in the morning and brewing your own Kona coffee from cherries that were picked only a few feet from your doorstep. While you’re thinking about it picture yourself holding a steaming mug on your back deck as the sun rises over Kealakekua Bay while a flock of nene call in the distance and the cool ocean breeze sweeps across your face.

Owning a Kona orchard isn’t for everyone and shouldn’t be taken on without some thought. Harvesting coffee cherries is a meticulous process that takes a lot of time and effort. Add on the business side of things and you are talking about a full-time job. However, if you visit some of the Kona farms on the Big Island you may decide owning a plantation is just the thing for you. Maintaining a Kona orchard is more than having a couple of pretty plants; it’s being part of a long tradition that is deeply imbedded in the Hawaiian cultural.

Coffee Trees at 84-5095 Mamalahoa Hwy

At the moment we have a beautiful coffee plantation at 84-5095 Mamalahoa Hwy in South Kona. This 6.31 acre property is at an elevation (1,050 ft.) ideal for growing coffee and other fruit trees. Three structures are included: main house, guest house, and coffee shack. The three bedroom/ two bath main house was remodeled in 1992 and now has double wall construction, new laminate flooring, and a new roof. The guest cottage has one bedroom and one bath, perfect for out of town visitors. The 584 sq. ft. coffee shack can be used as a workers quarters or a storage shed. Approximately 3,000 coffee trees have been planted as well as many other fruit trees including lychee, avocado, cherimoya, tangerine, and many more.

If you are interested in 84-5095 Mamalahoa Hwy, or would like information about one of our other listings, please get in touch with us at MacArthur and Company / Sotheby’s International Realty.

About the Author

Dodie MacArthur ,


Dodie MacArthur began her real estate career in Honolulu in 1972. She quickly rose from top sales agent and project manager of major Honolulu developments to representing prominent estate and development properties on Oahu and the Big Island. With her honed real estate skills and experience, Dodie founded MacArthur and Company in 1989 with the objective of creating a unique boutique firm, where the clients needs came first. In the first year of operation, the company gained immediate recognition as a leading Big Island firm and continues to thrive as a market leader today. With her abundant energy, creative marketing and dynamic leadership skills, Dodie is responsible for business development and overall company management at MacArthur Sotheby’s International Realty. She works closely with clients and agents in the marketing and sales of their properties. Her many years cultivating client and broker relationships ensures the firms clients unrivaled exposure. Along with her management staff and team of successful sales agents and brokers, Dodie is able to provide local, national and international clients with unparalleled customized service, fulfilling her promise that the client’s needs come first.

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