This home not only enjoys incredible ocean/Maui views and is sited in one of the most beautiful locations on the island, but the property is also a planned permaculture farm. The landscape harmonizes with the land, using no pesticides and minimal inputs. Various elements augment each other and nutrients are cycled for enhanced fertility and regeneration while building long-term resources and yields. Environmentally oriented, the homes design em phasis is on energy efficiency. It was built with steel and wood framing and all natural materials such as stone, wood and concrete throughout. Only petroleum-free paints and sealers were used. The exterior features cedar and mahogany, and the interior cabinets and shelving are made of local woods such as rainbow eucalyptus and tsugi pine. The elegant solar photovoltaic skylights illuminate the covered breezeway while powering the house with a g rid inter-tied system. The home collects all rainwater into a cistern that has its own filtration and pumping system for household water. The 15-thousand gallon cistern spills into a swimming pond, and then into an aquaculture pond. Water needs are minimized by the plantings of adapted species, aromatic herbs, and plants native and endemic to Hawaii Island. Hot water needs are met with two passive solar hot water systems. The property also access es county water/power as back up. The home has a large wrap-around covered lanai, providing plenty of outdoor living space, oriented to catch prevailing winds for ventilation and expansive ocean and Maui views. Louvers and specially designed roof vents cool the house by passively moving fresh air throughout. This is a spectacular opportunity to own a one of a kind property: a perennial garden in a peaceful, private setting that has been designe d with amazing vision and clarity of purpose.