A private driveway leads us to this quiet two bedroom and two bath home. An outdoor pergola with chairs to watch the koi fish in the pond. We didn't spend much time outdoors though with the mosquitos.
There's about 18 days of rain, on average, that pours just in the month of March. Hilo tends to be the lush-side of the Big Island. Heard it's "the papaya-growing capital of Hawaii." Look at the landscaping around the property. You can grow anything here.
Fireplace in the living room. Very cozy and spacious place... and soooooo quiet you can enjoy the sounds of the rain drops.
With the average March temperatures in Hilo from 65°F - 80°F, we used the sauna in the house quite a bit.
A unique feature of the home is being able to feed the koi right from the bedroom window. What a treat!
Looking forward to celebrating a belated birthday exploring Hilo... especially, going Ziplining at Umauma Falls!