This home recalls the classic designs of Plantation Days of old, complemented by modern construction (completed in 1995) design to the building codes. The spacious lanai at front provides a gracious home greeting, perfect for relaxing, enjoying the mauka flora and fauna, reading, meditation and kanekapila (Hawaiian slack guitar improvising). Ohia lehua (native Hawaiian hardwood) trees, wild orchids hapu'u fern and uluhe fern are part of the natural native forest viewed and enjoyed from this special location, in the mauka Ola'a Forest Reserve of Volcano, Puna, Hawaii Big Island. From the lanai, you are invited into the Living Room area with numerous, spacious windows, allowing an abundance of light to enter this living area. The quality of construction is immediately apparent, with high-end drywall finish and end trim throughout this home, showing attention to detail.The kitchen area is ergonomically designed, with just the right amount of "turn around space" between cooking area and counter top, for "economy of motion". The dining area is just a few steps beyond the counter top, for convenient, nearby access, with the large windows in the living room complementing the dining setting.The main bedroom, boasts a unique multi-dimensional design, with easy access to the main bathroom. All bathroom fixtures and tile work showcase craftsmanship. The two additional bedrooms are excellent locations for an office, hobby room, library or guest rooms. The living room area and kitchen counter connect immediately to the washer and dryer for convenient laundry, connecting to the two car garage, for protected, dry clothes hanging (saving on the electric bill!). The concrete floor of the garage is painted in vermilion finish. This home in the mountain rain forest of Hawaii Big Island beckons.