Serenely tucked away from Mainland Madness, Pualani is nestled amongst<br>mature Koa trees, revered Ohia, and orchid filled hapu'u ferns. It's 5.6 acres of<br>lush jungle foliage, offering a refuge for Kalij pheasant, Saffron Finch, and the occasional<br>sighting of the only species of hawk native to Hawaii, the 'lo.<br>The exquisitely detailed home features Craftsman Style architecture is lovingly<br>restored to its glory. Interior architectural details including original cross-hatched<br>windowpanes create a visual difference, Ohia wood floors, plate rails featured on<br>board and batten walls, and high coffered ceilings, giving each room a feeling of<br>light and air. The kitchen, a home chef's dream, features a Jenn Aire gas cook-top,<br>double ovens, top of the line dishwasher and an abundance of pantry space<br>hidden behind tasteful cabinetry, designed for the space.<br>The laundry room is outside the back door and housed in its own space with more<br>storage capacity. Next to the laundry room is a spacious tool shed with plenty of<br>storage area for hand tools and lawn mowers. The basement has been partially<br>floored for more room to store seasonal decorations, clothing, or travel<br>necessities.<br>Each island in the Hawaiian chain sports a different vibe. The Big Island's charm<br>lies in the contrast of the old Hawaii and the upmarket draw of destination<br>resorts. Living in Volcano, Hawaii offers the homeowner an ability to have it all<br>within a two hours or fewer drive; enjoy the glamour of a five-star hotel, bask in<br>the relaxed ambiance of a black sand beach, or wander Hawaii Volcanoes National Park<br>in your back yard.<br>Returning home to Pualani with its graceful lanai, a quiet evening to wander the<br>property and bear witness to a dramatic night sky. Pualani is a showcase property awaiting <br>the discerning buyer who craves a peaceful life journey.