Cool, comfortable, clean, and convenient are just some of the words that come to mind when you look at this home. Built in 1985, 270 Kaiwahine St has recently been expanded with permits and fully upgraded with comfort in mind.
This 3 bedroom 2 bath home features 1295 square feet of living space and feels even more spacious. One big benefit is when stepping into the home you are greeted by the cool feel of its air conditioning. This is possible as the property features a wholly-owned photovoltaic electric system to keep the electric bills low.
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Walking into the kitchen all of the stainless steel appliances are shining and clean ready for you to move in and make it yours. There is plenty of counter and cupboard space with the kitchen featuring the rich feel of dark cherry shaker style cabinets. Off the kitchen is the converted garage that features a full washer/dryer/sink area, freezer, and a new solar water heating system.
Continuing down the hall are the 3 bedrooms and living areas. The hall bath has been fully tiled and features turtle etchings into the tiles. The primary bedroom is huge with a large sitting area, ensuite bath with double sinks, and fine tile work plus a walk-in closet. The bedroom also features its own AC system to keep it cool even on the hottest days. Out back is a fully screened lanai area built with entertaining in mind. This large area features a built-in bar inlaid with the Hawaii Islands and entertainment area perfect for watching the Big Game.
The Maui Real Estate Market
Even with the conditions forced by Covid-19 this past year, Maui real estate has been strong. Pushed by buyers relocating to the islands plus historically low interest rates, buyers have realized they can work remotely plus live onone of the most beautiful islands in the world. Year to date, Maui and the Kihei area have shown a strong market in the residential segment island-wide.
There are very few new housing projects in planning for Maui so in the future supply will become more critical putting more upward pressure on pricing as demand increases. Even with the increases over the last 12 months, Maui real estate is still poised to increase unless there is pressure from external forces. Unlike recent high markets, Maui’s market is being driven by basic fundamentals. Low inventory, low interest rates, and high demand. Things could change but this market appears to be here for a while.
Life in Kihei
270 Kaiwahine St is located in the Hale Piilani subdivision in North Kihei. The convenient location of this neighborhood is fantastic. Just down the street is Sugar Beach featuring the Kihei Canoe Club, the farmers market, and Ululani’s Shave Ice @ululanishawaiianshaveice (da best!). Just a few minutes away are all of the shops and restaurants of Kihei and Wailea.
If you are looking for activities, some of the finest golf is right here on Maui plus, windsurfing, surfing, kiting, sport fishing, hiking, and more. Plus some of the finest beaches on Maui including Big Beach at Makena are all within reach. Check out this home and the lifestyle it offers. Then sit down on the sand, watch the sunset, and taste that shave ice. Then you can realize that you’re home and It can’t get much better than that.
Want to Know More?
If you want to learn more about this home or life on Maui. Call or text Dan Macdonell R(S) 808-281-9588 or email DanMacdonell@HawaiiLife.com