Maui Properties and Real Estate - Bob Cella

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35000Piilani -1 Bed |1 Bath

  • Price: $2,200,000
  • Area:Kaupo
  • Beds:1
  • Bath:1
  • Living Area:1,672 Sq Ft
  • Land Area:1.72 Acres
  • Days on Market:36
  • SF w/Det Ohana or Cottage

"Pu'uhonua" a Place of Refuge, names this amazing Kaupo property. Panoramic ocean, and Hawai'i Island views across the channel embrace this peaceful property, nestled between the ocean and famous, Haleakala. Sip coffee on the spacious lanai (porch) while watching the sunrise, whales (seasonal) during the day, and in the evening, dine "al fresco", and sparkle at the brilliant star studded night to coming into play. Enjoy enchanting rainbows, and soothing sounds of waves against the shoreline. Built with top quality materials, craftsmanship, and the design of an artist. An open living room surrounded by windows yields a yacht-like feel. Relax in the deep cast iron tub in the large bath house or refresh in the infinity shower overlooking the property down to the ocean, and endless views. A delightful Chef's kitchen, with 180 degree ocean views, and a side patio for a BBQ. Harvest avocado, figs, mango, noni, starfruit, and lychee from the trees that beautifully landscape the land. A creative loft design allows for additional bedroom options, and an office/study space. Fully self-sustaining and powerful photovoltaic system (upgraded in 2021), and purified water catchment system. Room to land your helicopter! A beautiful charming Balinese studio cottage with loft, has caretaker or rental options. Custom woodwork using coconut wood throughout, and ocean views. Minutes to the Pools of 'Oheo, then to Hamoa Beach, Hana town's shops- farmers market. Marvel at the scenic sites of Kaupo. Come retreat to this magical Maui treasure. E Komo Mai!

37967Piilani -2 Bed |3 Bath

  • Price: $2,700,000
  • Area:Kaupo
  • Beds:2
  • Bath:3
  • Living Area:3,370 Sq Ft
  • Land Area:51.5598 Acres
  • Days on Market:38
  • Single Family

37967 Piilani sits along Kalepa Gulch between Kaupo and Kipahulu. This listing includes three separate parcels; 51.56 acres consisting of a 3,370 sqft main home, 66’x30’ shop next to the main home, and a second 50’x80’ shop/property manager’s quarters and 12 and 2.76 acre lots that are undeveloped. The operation is run completely off-grid, with a massive photovoltaic system and large capacity battery storage, satellite internet/tv a water catchment system that stores water in three large water tanks, triple filters, and then UV treats and PH balances before consumption. Nestled at 750 above sea level the property breaths in what southeast Maui has to offer. From the house, the view South is a 180-degree expanse of ocean with 4 mountains of the Big Island visible over 30 miles away across the wild Alenuihaha Channel. To the East is Haleakala National Park, with Kipahulu visible several miles beyond. The half-mile cement driveway gives you ample privacy from any travelers along the lower road. This property also comes with extensive maintenance tools and equipment, John Deere 4WD 5300 with Backhoe, mower decks, loader etc, this is after all an agricultural gem tailored for the wildlife and horticultural enthusiast. It’s all here, views, tranquility, independence, and infrastructure, 37967 Piilani is waiting for its next steward.

Piilani -2.017011 Acres

  • Price: $375,000
  • Area:Kaupo
  • Land Area:2.017011 Acres
  • Days on Market:115
  • Vacant Land

Behold Mokulau, a wahi pana (storied stretch) of Kaupo's rugged coastline, the 'aina a me na kanaka (land & its people) shaped by the relentless forces of wind, water & time. This two-acre parcel lies just above Mokulau's surf-polished shingle beach, where the meditative murmur of wave-tumbled stones offers welcome relief from the pervasive thrum of the electrified world. Ironically, the prevailing onshore breeze bearing the relaxing rumble to this off-grid lot may be suitable for wind power generation. Recently surveyed with pins flagged & staked, the property is kitty-corner to iconic Hui Aloha Church (c.1859), an enduring solitary testament to the faith & perseverance of ancestors past. The lot is mostly covered in tall brush, sloping gently from the shared access road down to a seasonal streambed, with excellent views of Haleakala's dramatic southern flank, Kaupo Gap & Kipahulu Coastline, Hawai'i's towering volcanoes in the distance (weather- permitting) and the dynamic surrounding waters. Best access to the back of the lot is via a careful traverse of the shingle beach then a short walk up the streambed. The best value on the market for the right person; be sure to do your homework when evaluating this property, designated Conservation-Limited (L) Subzone, for any proposed use. Patience, persistence & aloha are key. Turnoff to the access road is between Pi'ilani Highway mile-posts 35 & 36, 0.6 miles Hana-bound past Kaupo General Store; entrance is chained with the following signs posted: "No Overnight Camping, 4-Wheel Drive Only, Chain Locked at 6 PM, Please Replace Chain At All Times Mahalo, Open 6 AM, Close 6 PM"

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