Maui Real Estate Blog

North Shore Plantation Homes

There have been a couple of cute Plantation Style Homes to come on the market over the last three weeks. The plantation style dwellings are not like plantation style in the Southern U.S. with towering columns and massive estates. Hawaiian Plantation Style is more modest with cute cottage and bungalow type structures. The aesthetic appeal has kept plantation style popular with new construction. The two new listings below are both constructed in the last 5 years.

The first home is a cute listing in Haiku. This two bedroom/one bath has 720 square feet of living space. It features eucalyptus hardwood floors, custom cabinets and a great screened lanai area for taking in the beautiful Haiku evenings. This home is in a great location a short distance to Haiku school, the Haiku Town Center, Ho’okipa Beach Park and Paia town.

This home is listed by Century 21 Homefinders for $599,000. The Jalbert brothers may represent you as buyer’s agents.

The other plantation home that caught my eye was in the heart of Paia town. This home is on a quiet street, but is still only a short walk from the shops and restaurants of Haiku. This one bedroom/one bath home has 880 square feet of living space. There is also an older cane shack located on the property for storage. The lot is a good size at 7,100 square feet and has a great feel with lots of landscaping and mature trees including coconuts, mango and mac nuts. Papaya and Banana give you tropical fruit in your own backyard.

This home is listed by ERA Real Estate at $749,000. The Jalbert brothers may represent you as buyer’s agents. Contact us today to set up a showing at either of these properties. Check out MauiRealEstate.com for additional North Shore of Maui real estate listings.

Pete Jalbert

More from our Blog

What Does the end of Forbearance Mean for Borrowers and Maui The Real Estate Market?

The initial economic impacts of Covid-19 included lost jobs and…

Read More

Maui County Property Tax Rates for the 2021/2022 Fiscal Year

July 1 marks the start of the new fiscal year…

Read More

Support Maui Farmers

Maui Farmers need support now more than ever. With many…

Read More