This unique nine+ acre property includes a large main house, a separate guest hale, a diverse ethnobotanical plant collection, and fenced macadamia nut and cacao orchards on a seasonal stream. The property has some ocean views. The spacious custom main house was built to be hurricane-proof with steel frame and aluminum siding by the original owner. It is light filled with high ceilings, has a large great room, five bedrooms, three bathrooms, office, workroom and two-car attached garage. Most rooms on the first floor have marble tile flooring and the large master bedroom has comfortable natural cork flooring. The upstairs master bedroom has two walk-in closets and a new luxurious spa shower. The guest house has a full kitchen, one open bedroom adjacent to the great room, and a newly renovated shower. Double beveled glass doors separate main house kitchen and great room from a large covered and screened lanai with garden views. There are nine ceiling fans in the main house and one in the guest house. Behind the main house nestled in trees is a farmer worker cabin. An additional parcel of 2.17 acres, TMK 3-5-3-8-4, is between the main house and the stream. The entire property is very private and has the seasonal Halawa Stream running through it providing beautiful scenes and sounds. There are ancient lo'i stone walls and the area is rich in Hawaiian history. Plants on property include taro, citrus, mango, cardamom, nutmeg, dwarf coconuts, mangosteen and durian. A complete listing of plants can be provided and will delight any gardener or farmer. The property is the birthplace of Hawaii Institute of the Pacific (HIP Ag), a local nonprofit whose mission is to practice and teach regenerative agricultural education programs. Note: The barn is excluded from the sale and will be removed prior to closing. Bedroom count does not match county records. Agents and buyers to do their own due diligence.