Maui Bed and Breakfast Price Reduction

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Our West Maui Bed and Breakfast listing has been reduced in price again. As it stands, this is a wonderful opportunity for someone looking for a lifestyle change. The 6 bedroom/6.5 bath home has over 4600 square feet of living space. Two of the bedrooms are set aside as owners quarters while the remaining four bedrooms are guest suites. All of the spacious guest rooms have en suite bathrooms. The home has a beautiful kitchen area with nice features like a subzero refrigerator, cherry cabinets and granite counter tops. The kitchen opens up to a big and open great room with hard wood floors and soaring ceilings. Other amenities for guests include a tiled lap pool and two large lanais to take in the properties’ great views of the ocean, neighbor islands and sunsets. New owners will appreciate the convenience of two laundry rooms. Solar hot water heaters help to keep down electric bills.

The bed and breakfast is an ideal staging point for guests to explore all that Maui has to offer. It is ideally located close to the world famous beaches and golf of Kapalua and Ka’anapali. It is also within ten minutes of Lahaina Town’s shopping and nightlife. The property is being sold turnkey including business operations and assets, and furnishings. The B and B license will not transfer. Buyer to do own due diligence on permits and ongoing operations.

Buyers looking for a large home for extended family would be wise to consider this property as well. It is the lowest priced home on the island of Maui with 4,500 square feet or more of living space. A flexible floor plan may allow for some interesting long term rental possibilities.

This property is listed for $1,495,000. Seller must sell due to health reasons. Contact the Jalbert brothers for additional information.

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