Quarter Million Dollar Price Reduction in Pineapple Hill, Kapalua, Maui

Fall ’tis the season to purchase real estate here in Maui (future detailed blog post forthcoming) and Kapalua’s top residential home value was just reduced by another $250,000 to its current listing price of $2,750,000 (original price $3.3M), making it by far the most compelling buy in all of Kapalua. This is a bank owned property and the bank is ready to sell this property.

233 Crestview Road (MLS# 370861) | 0.46 acres land | 4,390 sqft living | 4BR / 4BA | $2.75M

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Views. Quality. Privacy. Furnished. Panoramic vistas of Napili, Mauna Kahalawai, ocean, sunset, Molokai and Lanai island. An expansive floor plan with a large great room, an open kitchen, and multiple master suites. Stainless Thermador appliances, rough-cut travertine, exotic hardwoods, granite, and custom finishes throughout. Gated and secure neighborhood located 2 minutes from West Maui’s finest beaches, Spa Montage, championship golfing, and fine dining.

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233 Crestview borders a lush agricultural gulch parcel that is not well suited for development, thus presenting unobstructed 180-degree views of Mauna Kahalawai, Lanai island, year-round sunsets, the vast Pacific, and Molokai island.

Here are a few details on the home that I previously detailed:

233 Crestview shows extremely well, doesn’t disappoint, and is very easy to show. Reach out today for your private viewing experience.

Aloha from the listing Broker,

Jeremy Stice, REALTOR (Broker# 21286) Maui, Hawaii
Top 100 Realtor recipient (out of 14,000) in Hawaii 2014, ’15, & ’16
Direct: 808.281.2178
Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers (Kapalua, Maui) 
Exclusive Hawaii affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate

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