461 Laulea Place, An Oceanfront Classic in Spreckelsville

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The Maui Real Estate Team is proud to bring the classic oceanfront home in Spreckelsville to market. Located on a quiet private road, this 1945 home draws on the architectural influences of C.W. Dickey. Old Hawaii design elements and materials include the double pitch roof, cathedral ceiling living room, fir floors, stained-glass windows and crystal door knobs. Numerous windows let in the cooling trade winds and ensure that there are plentiful views of the blue waters offshore. This classic home is ready for a new owner willing to update the home for modern living while preserving the charms of an earlier era.

The lanai area of 461 Laulea offers beautiful views of the ocean.
Ocean views and vaulted ceilings distinguish the living room of this  oceanfront home in Spreckelsville.

The charm of the home extends to its landscaping and overall surroundings. Mature landscaping includes a stately monkey pod tree that offers cooling shade, towering coconut palms and a crown tree that draws monarch butterflies. Laulea Place is a quiet private road devoid of through traffic.

So many spots to take in the ocean views at 461 Laulea
Wake up to the sounds and sights of the ocean in the primary bedroom of this Spreckeslville home.
Classic fixtures and stainclass windows and accents contribute to the old home charm of 461 Laulea.

The Spreckelsville area is renowned for its combination of wind and waves around the globe. You can SUP, windsurf, wing or surf on the waves located just offshore from the backyard. There is even a massive unfinished basement at 461 Laulea ideally suited for storing ocean toys. Spreckelsville’s appeal extends beyond the ocean. There is easy access to the shops and restaurants of Paia and Central Maui.

Situated on Coconut Cove, there are wind and water sports accessible from the backyard.

The asking price for this oceanfront classic is $5,980,000. This property sold! Contact The Maui Real Estate Team for assistance with other Spreckelsville Homes for Sale or Maui Oceanfront Homes for Sale.

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