Ano 'Ano closely resembles the Paniola in design. The name Ano 'Ano comes from a book written by Kristin Zambucka. These collective works remind men and women of their oneness with nature…. "the Keepers of the Sacred Earth.” Literally, Ano Ano translates as "the seed”.
This not so tiny home is 20 ' x 9 ‘. The style is a classic island home with beautiful bamboo floors and cabinets.
Ano 'Ano was built with a ladder to access the loft. It is a fully equipped, wired, and plumbed home. The very happy owner of Ano Ano decided that she wanted to live in Kamuela, so, for the time being, so, this is where she now lives.
This spacious feeling habitat has a sleeping loft, a higher end SunMar composting toilet and an interior custom designed "furo", Japanese bath, a style of tub which originated as a short, steep-sided wooden bathtub. Baths of this type are found all over Japan in houses, apartments and traditional Japanese inns (ryokans)
There is also an outdoor shower which can be landscaped however one likes once the habitat is set in place. Ano Ano has a covered lanai which effectively doubles the living space.
The price for Ano Ano at this time would be approximately $65,000 depending upon finishes one might choose at today’s prices.