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Two Houses, Two Acres, One Stream

If you are looking for country, privacy, no Homeowners association, and want to keep a few animals and small scale farm, Priced at $950,000 (FS), this property at 740 E. Kuiaha in Haiku Maui may be for you. Click Here to View Listing.

This lovely country setting in rural Haiku on Maui gives you a true tropical living, privacy, many fruit trees, and a stream down the middle of the property. Both structures are set well apart from each other, one perched atop a hill looking up to Haleakala and down the valley. The smaller house is right above the stream, so you can hear the stream peacefully flowing on its journey to the ocean.

Both structures are fairly basic construction, in good condition. Each has a septic system of its own. Both have carports. The larger house on the hill also has a solar hot water system and a photovoltaic, net metered electrical system.

Located within 3 miles of Haiku Town center, Haiku School, half a mile to Hanzawa’s store and gas, and about 10 minutes to Makawao and 15 minutes to Paia, it is close enough for most day to day needs. You can hit the waves at Hookipa in 10 minutes if you love water sports.

House perched on the hill over the stream

The cottage is tenant occupied, and the long term tenant would like to stay. They help maintain the yard and along the stream.

There is a beautiful area next to the stream, under the huge old mango tree that would be a great gathering place for parties, weddings, or family outings along the stream. This property truly has an “old Hawaii ” feel to it as you can imagine growing a lot of what you eat right on the property. All you need to add is some Taro, and a big veggie garden, and you can say goodbye to the farmers market.

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