Kula Koa

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We are pretty excited to bring this spectacular property to market. Kula Koa is 52 acres consisting of two separate parcels of 38 and 14 acres. The owner had a massive well installed and a water system that delivers water from the top of the property to the bottom. There is a an oversized garage on the property with an attached ag work shop. The garage offers lots of space for toys, farming equipment and more. The two bedroom custom cottage is well designed and features high end appliances and a fireplace for those cool Upcountry nights. The existing structures are powered by a 6 kilowatt photovoltaic system with battery and generator back up. The seller installed a septic system and graded a building pad for a main home to be built.

The setting of Kula Koa is tough to beat. The property runs from Haleakala Highway down to the top of the Kula 200 subdivision. This is an ideal climate zone with just enough rain, plenty of sunshine and crisp nights. The views from the property include big vistas of Haleakala, the West Maui Mountains, both the North and South Shores of Maui, Molokai and Lanai. The property offers plenty of privacy and seclusion, but you are still less than 10 minutes from downtown Makawao and you are just over 20 minutes from the airport.

This property offers a variety of opportunities for buyers. There is potential to subdivide, enough water to share and a whole lot of agricultural potential. A number of separate pasture areas are ideal for grazing animals or horses. There is plenty of water and a good climate for vegetables and orchards. The setting, privacy and infrastructure are also ideal to create a legacy estate. The choice is yours.

Kula Koa is offered by The Maui Real Estate Team, Inc. for $5,500,000. You can check out the Kula Koa listing page for additional photos and details on the property. Qualified buyers may contact The Maui Real Estate Team to arrange a tour or to discuss the property.

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