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Kehalani at Koa, Central Maui’s Best Kept Secret in Newer Construction

Kehalani at Koa, is a gated development and among the first of many desirable subdivisions on the Wailuku hillsides of Central Maui. Built in 2005, this development has large footprints with bright spaces and is still young — ready for someone to move in an develop some roots. Situated on to capture harbor views, this newer neighborhood is low density, well appointed, and a terrific option for someone looking for Central Maui.

Built in 2005, remodeled in 2012, this pretty home on Paalae Place is newly listed with upgrades throughout, including large-scale tile floors and an updated kitchen and baths. Custom finishes and vaulted ceilings deliver bright and functional spaces in this comfortable floor plan. A split-level home with the master bedroom on the 2nd level, inclusive of oversized tub and closet. A media room on the lower level adds an additional space for relaxing or entertaining.

The beautifully landscaped backyard is irrigated to serve the many trees for harvesting both fruit and florals. Meyer lemon, orange, lime, apple banana, pomelo, avocado, and papaya trees, are surrounded by beautiful torch ginger, bromeliads, bird of paradise, bougainvillea, and much more.

Paalae Place

4 bedrooms, 3 baths

2,576 sq. ft. living space

10,206 sq.ft. lot

The Kehalani Community Association is situated in a newer neighborhood with parks, schools and pretty greenspace throughout the curbs and walks. Less traffic and minutes to the airport and town conveniences, schools and the hospital.

This stellar central Wailuku location is also excellent for access to both the Lahaina/Ka’anapali side as well as Kihei and South Maui. Enjoy all of the different facets of Maui as you immerse yourself in the Hawaiian lifestyle. For more details on this property, or to learn more about Maui real estate, please reach out. I’d love to show you the latest opportunities that might work for you.

With Aloha,

Mary Kerstulovich

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