If you’re looking for a place to live on Maui where you can be self-sustaining, then consider Huelo on the north shore. Here you can grow your own veggies and fruits, raise some animals for meat and eggs, and even harvest rainwater and alternative energy. This part of Maui is very agreeable to living off the land because of ample rainfall and the predominant trade winds. Everything is green and growing and beautiful, and you can garden year-round.
Where is Huelo, Maui?
It’s about a 30 minute drive east of the Kahului airport, along the Hana Highway. Once you pass the 16 mile marker, the Hana Highway King’s Trail begins and the mile markers start at 0 again. This is where Huelo begins and the county water service stops.
The Twin Falls Farm Stand is the popular tourist attraction in the area, just past mile marker 2. You can hike up some easy trails to the pools and waterfalls while enjoying the lush tropical environment. At the Farm Stand, they’ll blend up smoothies and fresh squeezed sugar cane juice while you wait. Stock up on locally grown fruits like bananas, lilikoi, papayas, oranges, and pineapples.
Property For Sale in Huelo
Homes for sale in Huelo usually come with a couple of acres or more, so you’ll have plenty of room for a house or two, some fruit trees and gardens, and a chicken coop or barn. Prices range from about $600,000 to $3,000,000. Most homes are ocean side of the Hana Highway and some are even oceanfront! Living in Huelo means you enjoy being surrounded by nature, and having lots of privacy and freedom.
Take a look at these fine homes for sale in the Huelo region of Haiku. You might see something you can’t live without! Get in touch with me if you need help finding the right property, or if you have questions about living in Huelo, Maui. If you’d prefer to build your own home, you might want to consider vacant land in Haiku, Maui.
Georgie Hunter, R(S) e-Pro
800-667-5028 ex 8241