Tour the Double Puamana Beach House – Price Adjusted by $450,000

Since we are not able to show you this Double Puamana oceanfront property — which just had a significant price adjustment to $5,498,000 — we propose a 3D tour for you to explore this beach house from the safety of your armchair. Prepare your Mai Tai, queue the ukulele music for the tour:

We just received the 2020 tax assessment on 136 Pualei drive #3 & #4, which came in over $6.3M! (#4 is currently assessed by the County of Maui at $3,157,700 and #3 is assessed at 3,144,700). What is your vision for this property? You could demolish it, rebuilding two separate 4-bedroom oceanfront townhomes on this spot. Or create an 8-bedroom legacy home! The plans and permits are currently underway to provide these details to potential buyers.

This ’80s Zimmer classic car comes with the house! Your new fixer-upper projects abound… About Zimmer Golden Spirit

View looking South from the expansive lanai of 136 Pualei

Although a total rebuild is a possibility, many people who have visited the Double Puamana agree the home has great bones and energy, and they would just do an update. They love the high cedar-lined ceilings and the good flow in the place. Some say to remove the water feature so you see the ocean when you walk through the double Koa doors. Update the bathrooms. Buff the marble floor. Add a split AC system. Those are some comments I’ve received. But most people who enter look out to the ocean and whales jumping and just say, “Wow! I didn’t realize this place was even here!”

Everyone wants a master bedroom like this one – watch the moon on the Pacific from your bed.

Watch Lanai from your Lanai!

The beach right out front provides endless hours of entertainment — whales, surfers, sunsets, and ever-changing cloud formations over the island of Lanai. How cool would it be to watch your family surfing out front while you grill dinner on the outdoor BBQ (or the other way around?!)

Zoe and Maile on the beach in front of 136 Pualei drive

136 Pualei is a single level home, located right by the main beach access at Puamana. Take a walk up and down the sandy beach with your pup, splash in the waves, pick up any pieces of plastic you find. If the rocks are filling in or the surf is too big, head over to the ocean pool for some laps…

More on this fantastic home: Information on Double 136 Puamana

The history of the Double Puamana: Double Puamana Story

Puamana is like living in a country club! Stroll the 30 acres of oceanfront tropical gardens in Puamana, play tennis, or work out in the ocean-view gym. Gather for some pupus or to talk story at the clubhouse.

Puamana heritage clubhouse – big Mango field out front is where you can play volleyball and frisbee!

Puamana is a gated, low-density community with that old Hawaiiana vibe, a popular vacation destination located within easy biking distance to historic Lahaina town. With the mild climate and clear waters, you will see why Hawaiian Royalty made Lahaina their home.

For more on Puamana click here: Puamana Guide 

In these challenging times, rest assured that we are still able to complete your real estate transactions in West Maui. Hawaii Life has always been tech-enabled, so along with virtual tours, electronic signatures, and video conferencing, we are moving forward with closings. For more on how we are working in the age of Covid-19, see: Update from Hawaii Life – Covid-19 Resources and Information

Puamana Double in the Tube 2020

I will miss meeting up with you in person, but for now, throwing da shaka is my germ-free greeting from Puamana. Contact me, your Puamana specialist, Anna Severson, for more information. I am a full-time resident and owner in Puamana for 16 years. I offer global reach, loca style, and local market expertise to my clients.

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