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Classic Halama Beach House – Quality & Value Less Than 100 Yards From the Ocean

Less than 100 yards from the ocean, this classic beach house offers quality and value on world famous Halama Street. Enjoy peaceful strolls on a pristine beach, sunrises from your back lanai, incredible year-round sunsets, and the outdoor shower that provides a perfect quick rinse after ocean activities.

1655 Halama St. Virtual Tour

Quality & Value on Halama Mauka Side

This home’s open floor plan, along with the formal dining room, is perfect for entertaining guests. A few of the must see features of this home include:

  • Hardwood/Cork Flooring Throughout
  • Wainscoting Panels
  • Crown Molding
  • Lush Landscaping
  • Recently Remodeled Kitchen
  • Main Bath exudes attention to detail with use of parquet and ceramic tile, travertine, and modern fixtures

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1655 Halama St. (MLS# 357118)

Bonus Structure

The structure in the back corner of the property offers potential to convert to a detached Ohana for visiting family and friends, or for use as a rental.

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The structure in the back corner of the property offers lots of potential

Kihei: The Sunny South Maui Neighborhood

Kihei is a small town of 21,000 located on Maui’s South Shore. Kihei is a sprawling place, strung out along the coast for several miles, but never more than a mile wide. The main road north-south along the ocean is South Kihei Road and it contains almost all the hotels, condos, restaurants, shops, and beaches.

If you are staying in the Kihei area and don’t mind a bit of walking, you can probably get to most things you need without needing a car. If you do drive, the strip malls have their usual adequate free parking.

Some interesting things to know about Kihei:

  • It is the most populous town in South Maui with a large supply of hotels, condos, shops, and houses
  • May through November averages 88 degrees
  • The coolest months of the year are December through April when the high averages 82 degrees
  • Kihei gets only 12 inches of rain per year, most of it falling in the December-January-February time frame
  • Expect sunny skies and warm weather year-round

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Things To Do in Kihei

  • Sailing
  • Kayaking
  • Snorkeling – There is some nice coral around Kamaole Beach Park III
  • Swimming
  • Surfing – A popular surf spot for beginners is the Kihei Cove, just south of the “Triangle”
  • Walking Along the Beach

Kihei Restaurants

  • Antonio’s – Great personal-size pizzas
  • Sushi Paradise – Highly rated sushi
  • Coconuts Fish Cafe – Great fish tacos plus things like fish burgers cooked to order
  • Stella Blues – Good lunch spot; top performers for live music shows
  • Jawz Fish Tacos – Very good Mexican food
  • Eskimo Candy – Great sushi in what looks like a warehouse

Kihei Nightlife

The nightlife in Kihei is centered around an area of bars, restaurants, and shops known as the “Barmuda Triangle,” or to locals just “The Triangle.” All of the bars are a short walk apart, and plenty of parking is available onsite. The crowd will be a mix of locals and tourists, depending on the bar.

Traveling Around Maui From Kihei

Maui isn’t a large island, so you can go anywhere from Kihei as a day trip:

  • Nearby, heading South on the Pi’ilani Highway, is the resort community of Wailea and the beautiful beaches of Makena.
  • Further South, with snorkeling and hiking opportunities, is Ahihi Reserve and La Perouse Bay.
  • Heading out of town on North Kihei Road will provide access to the old whaling town of Lahaina and the resort areas of West Maui.
  • Heading North on the Mokulele Highway will bring you into the central part of the island, where you can hike or catch the sunrise (or sunset) in Haleakala National Park, drive the Road to Hana, or hit the beaches on Maui’s north shore.
  • Head Upcountry and visit Maui’s only winery.

Other Exclusive Maui Listings

Please visit our other exclusive listings at our Hudson and Hasson Gallery. For showings of this incredible Halama St. listing, please feel free to contact me anytime.

Mahalo,
Robert Hasson

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