The district of North Hilo lies in the northeastern section of the Big Island along the Hamakua Coast.  It has an ideal tropical climate and is full of agricultural land and forests. This area is the epitome of country living with its simplicity and small quaint towns. Once known for its expansive sugar production, North Hilo is now filled with communities that focus on growing produce and other native crops. 

There are several small communities in North Hilo that feature lush green property with nice homes situated on the lots. Most of the communities are in fairly close proximity to the city of Hilo in the South Hilo district providing easy access to the conveniences of a modern city. Real estate in North Hilo is not as readily available as it is in other areas of the Big Island.  When people move here, they stay here because of the quality of life North Hilo offers.

Honomu is a quaint town with lots of history that is evident in its architecture. Residents frequent the shops, restaurants and art galleries located in Honomu as well as the Kolekole Beach Park which is popular for family gatherings.  Honomu Village has homes that start in the upper $100s.  For more gracious settings, Honomu Country Estates and Honomu Ocean View Estates have homes from the mid-$400s to low-$600s. There are homes outside subdivisions and can top $1 million.  

Another quaint village is Papa’aloa, once a thriving mill town. There are several subdivisions and neighborhoods here that feature vacant lots and homes at a variety of list prices. Kahuku-Kapena and Piha Homesteads are subdivisions with lots available starting in the mid-$100s.   Papaaloa Homesteads has lots available starting in the mid-$300s.  Homes in Hokumahoe-Maulua Nui start in the mid-$200s. For more estate style settings, Papaaloa Acres and Waikaumalo-Maulua Homesteads are priced from the mid-$600s to over $1 million.

Laupahoehoe is a beautiful area of the North Hilo district that has several neighborhoods that are very popular.  Laupahoehoe Homesteads features well maintained homes that are priced from just under $200K to the mid-$600s. More affluent areas of Laupahoehoe include Waikaumalo-Maulua and Waipunalei Homesteads where properties start in the upper-$700s and climb to over $2 million.

Other small communities in the North Hilo district include Ninole which includes vacant land priced from the $100s to the mid-$200s and homes that are priced from the mid $600s to the multi-million dollar range. Homes here feature the most stunning, unbelievable views of the Pacific Ocean. Ookala and Hakalau are beautiful areas with gorgeous properties priced from the mid-$100s to almost $1 million.

North Hilo is a perfect area for anyone who wants a quiet serene life with the conveniences of a modern larger city close by. The North Hilo real estate in this area of the Big Island is expansive and has the most beautiful views you will see on the entire island. Make sure you visit this area and see this lush land for yourself.