Open House: Maui Meadows Charmer on 1/2 Acre of Land

Maui Meadows is a community of nearly 1,000 home sites that sits just above Wailea in South Maui. Most of the parcels are at least ½ acre with a main home and an Ohana. 711 Kupulau Drive may be perfect for the investor who may want to rent out the entire property, or come and go from the separate homes and still help offset costs. 

ocean views

Capture a few ocean views!

As you drive into the gated property you immediately feel the privacy. This entire property, with each of its rentals, feels like a private getaway once you step inside. Each of the three areas is fenced and gated and is surrounded by mature vegetation. 

The Main House

The main house is 3 bedroom, 3 bath with an attached studio (additional 1 bed/1 bath with kitchenette) add some extra options for guests, a live-in nanny, or some additional income. The main house also has some ocean views from the upstairs living space. 

711 Kupulau Drive (MLS# 368324)

The Cottage

The 1 bedroom, 1 bath cottage sits at the back of the property tucked away from the main home and has additional living space of a screened-in lanai, as well as a great back deck for BBQing and taking in South Maui’s perfect weather.

Main House living Area

A great gathering space

Fruits and Vegetables of Labor!

Grow your own food. This ½ acre is flat and usable, and currently fully landscaped and irrigated with plenty of room for a pool if someone wishes to add this to the space. There are five raised garden beds to grow your own food, plus enjoy your own avocado, guava, lemon, kaffir lime, loquat, grapefruit, papaya, orange, and banana trees.

Come and See It

Hard to see it all at one time because it’s rented, but we are holding an open house March 26, 2016 from 10AM-2PM if you would like to see this property.

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