Maui Real Estate Blog

Two Fantastic Olinda Properties

The Maui Real Estate Team has two contiguous properties in the Olinda area of Maui’s Upcountry listed for sale. The 6.7 acre parcel and the 30.45 acre parcel can be purchased separately or together to form a potential family compound.

The 6.7 acre property includes a 2 bedroom, 2 bath, modern Hawaiian Plantation Style home. Highlights of the home include vaulted ceilings, an expansive lanai, jacuzzi tubs in both bathrooms, a photovoltaic system and big ocean and West Maui Mountain Views. The property also includes a hot tub, cold plunge, a sauna, a big orchard and what we believe to be Maui’s longest slip and slide.

The adjoining 30.45 acre parcel has an older two bedroom, two bath home with a four car, car port and a separate office area. There is a small greenhouse, a water catchment building with two tanks and an auxiliary water catchment reservoir. This property has been planted extensively with native trees funded in part by a conservation grant. The beautiful Koa and Ohia trees are really flourishing in the Upcountry climate.

The two parcels offer a tremendous sense of seclusion and privacy. That said, they are still just minutes from downtown Makawao, close to great schools and just 20 minutes from Baldwin and Ho’okipa Beach Parks on Maui’s North Shore.

The six acre parcel with a beautiful modern plantation home is being offered for sale for $1,500,000. The 30 acre parcel is being offered for $2,000,000. Check out the 1050 Piiholo Road and 1080 Piiholo Road listing pages for additional photos and details. Buy one or buy both. The two parcels together have the potential to be converted into one of the more spectacular estate properties in Maui’s Upcountry.

Pete Jalbert

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