3067 PUA AKALA PL
KOLOA, HI 96756
A large residential land parcel in Koloa Estates, Parcel #21 is located at the end of Pua Akala Place Cul-de-sac and is totally grassed and level. Upon entering the property, experience a spectacular warm feeling with a large flowering tree to greet you as you arrive.
Zoning allows for two homes and possible CPR, upon County of Kauai approval.
However, one of main attractions for this parcel is the ability to have your home in one of Poipu/Koloa's best residential subdivisions near the beautiful Beaches of Poipu and in close proximity to shops and restaurants in the Kukui'ula Shopping Village.
Subdivision: Koloa Estates Subdivision
Septic or Sewer: Sewer-Not Connected
Lot Description: Cul de sac
Topography: Other (remarks)
Lot Size in Sq. Ft.: 34, 848
Road Description: Other (remarks)
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Courtesy of: Coldwell Banker Makai Properties
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