Fire destroys vacant home in Leilani Estates in Pāhoa on Big Island
A vacant, single-story residential house was destroyed by a fire on Sunday in Pāhoa.
Hawaiʻi Island firefighters arrived to find the approximately wood-frame structure with a metal roof fully involved in flames.
The home, located at 13-3473 Kupono St. in Leilani Estates, collapsed shortly after the first units got to the blaze.
According to public real estate records, the home was 768 square feet with three bedrooms and one bath on a 1-acre property. It was not on the market at the time of the fire.
There were no injuries. The fire department estimated the damage at $150,000.