Maui Properties and Real Estate - Bob Cella

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850Kai Huki -2.68999 Acres

  • Price: $1,499,000
  • Area:Haiku
  • Land Area:2.68999 Acres
  • Days on Market:246
  • Vacant Land

This idyllic oceanfront parcel on the western side of Opana Point enjoys magnificent ocean and neighbor island views, as well as splendid views of the of the West Maui Mountains and the rugged coastline that leads to them. With the recent sale of lot 12, lot 4 is one of fourteen lots remaining. A view of the epic big wave surf break Pe‘ahi or “Jaws” can be had from the top of this 2.69-acre parcel. "Pe‘ahi Farms is a unique development concept inspired by a deep sense of purpose. Conscientious planning integrates just 16 custom estate sites centered around a 75-acre open space, with a view to preserving Maui’s rich farming heritage. Set atop 130 ft. bluffs at Opana Point, at the northernmost point of Maui’s North Shore, these sites are ready to be built upon. Each lot has the benefit the SMA (special management area) approval for building. With multiple options such as building a house and cottage, just a house, or just starting with a small footprint(and budget) you could build the cottage first. The community takes its name from the nearby big wave surf break commonly called Jaws, whose Hawaiian place name is Pe‘ahi, meaning wave. Pe‘ahi Farms offers sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean, upcountry Maui and the slopes of Haleakala, the West Maui Mountains, the island of Molokai, and the rugged coastline that hugs the winding Road to Hana. The breezy bluff property, cooled by prevailing tradewinds, gently slopes and undulates, enhancing views and privacy by design – each home site is purposefully chosen to maximize both."

588Kulaiwi -5 Bed |5.5 Bath

  • Price: $12,800,000
  • Area:Wailuku
  • Beds:5
  • Bath:5.5
  • Living Area:8,032 Sq Ft
  • Land Area:5.75 Acres
  • Days on Market:275
  • Single Family

Set against the backdrop of the West Maui Mountains, steeped in history, is an extraordinary estate built on a mountaintop. A location where you are connected to the rhythms of nature living in balance with one’s surroundings. A property that has been blessed by Kahu and where Kumu are invited to pick Puakenikeni flowers for leis. Land with sustainable gardens and wildlife, including peacocks, turkeys, and ducks, as well as an abundant orchard which produces nourishing papayas, bananas, limes, grapefruit, Buddha’s hand citrus, and more. The gardens include native species that support a sustainable future, including over 300 prized Koa and Koa'ia trees, as well as 25 gorgeous Ohia Lehua which contribute towards preserving cultural traditions. The mountaintop vantage point is unparalleled in Maui, with its sweeping views of the central isthmus and the north and south shorelines. The gracious home opens to nature allowing trade winds to circulate for a natural, healthy open-air environment, and the use of clerestory windows brings outside light into the home. The property embodies the aloha spirit of island lifestyle with maximum privacy. It offers a unique combination of proximity to the airport, hospital and shopping while preserving seclusion. An award-winning local architect, Nishikawa Architects, designed the home which was influenced by the iconic work of C.W. Dickey, earning BIA Hawaii’s 2016 Grand Award for design excellence. A compelling aspect of this property is its permits. Lona Ridge is a coveted location for spectacular celebrations, TV sets, and corporate events. Living here offers an opportunity to contribute back to the community. Contact your favorite real estate broker for more details.

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