Ano 'Ano (Hawaiian for "The Seed")—named after Kristin Zambucka's classic book about Polynesia's "Keepers of the Sacred Earth"—is a classic island home with beautiful bamboo floors and cabinets. At 20' x 9', it's not-so-tiny, equipped with full plumbing and wiring.
Featuring a cozy sleeping loft accessed by a ladder, a cushioned dining nook, an interior custom-designed furo (Japanese wooden bathtub), a high-end SunMar composting toilet, and an outdoor shower, Ano 'Ano is a perfect sanctuary for a tranquil, eco-friendly island life. A covered lanai effectively doubles the living space. The very happy owner lives in Ano 'Ano year-round in Kamuela.
Depending upon one's chosen finishes, the price for Ano Ano would be approximately $65,000.