Maui Blog - Georgie Hunter R(S): Hale O'ola - One Palau'ea Bay - Maui's exclusive gated neighborhood in Makena

Hale O'ola - One Palau'ea Bay - Maui's exclusive gated neighborhood in Makena

Yesterday I had the privilege of previewing one of Maui's most beautiful resort homes at the new One Palau'ea Bay gated subdivision in Makena - Hale O'ola.  Wow!  What a beautiful home, with it's own 35' waterfall!  I was so amazed, I didn't even take pictures, and you know how I love to do that.  So I snapped a few on the way out.  There's a website for Hale O'ola, with lots of professional pictures, floor plans, details, etc.

What this picture doesn't show you is the most amazing construction and details, fit for a king.  Have you ever seen a bathtub made from one piece of stone?  I'm talking Fred Flintstone bathtub - one huge chunk of rock, rounded off and carved out inside.  There were 2 of these works of art, one in black and one in white, each nestled on a bed of smooth river pebbles!

The house is more like a cluster of connected buildings surrounding a central courtyard.  The courtyard really impressed me as soon as I entered the carved wooded front doors.  Can you imagine a courtyard with a 35' waterfall at one end, and an infinity edge pool at the other end?  In between there's a stream leading into the pool, and spa.  At the side of the pool is a barbecue pavilion with a full kitchen and a swim up bar!   With all the pocket doors tucked away, it was hard to tell if I was inside or outside as we toured the property.  The perfect climate of Wailea/Makena makes this possible, and many luxury homes embrace the concept.

Never mind the breathtaking ocean vistas - I wanted to see more of this incredible home that boasts 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms and a home theater.  My eyes were wide open taking it all in, as the gracious seller showed me around her precious creation.  My hands caressed the natural stone textures everywhere.  What a jewel of a home.  I can see why it's listed for $18,995,000.  There's more details of course, like the 1 acre lot size, the proximity to the Fairmont Kea Lani,  white sandy beaches, and more.  I would be happy to tell you all about this glorious Makena home for sale if you contact me.

I can't get this beautiful home out of my head, so I will keep an eye on it, and find a buyer!  If you're shopping for a spectacular Wailea or Makena home, please begin your search at EastMaui.com

Currently there are 3 homes for sale in this exclusive community of only 17 lots.  Are you ready for one?

* Thanks for reading my blog - Aloha! - Georgina M. Hunter R(S) e-Pro - 808 283-0635 - EMAIL *

Hale O'ola - Makena Maui luxury home for sale and rent

Comment balloon 8 commentsGeorgie Hunter R(S) 58089 • May 19 2009 09:09PM

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Hi Georgina. How are you? This is definitely primo property on the island and I would love to also see that waterfall.

Posted by Gary Woltal, Assoc. Broker Realtor SFR Dallas Ft. Worth (Keller Williams Realty) about 9 years ago

Georgina- OK that does it! Out come my picket signs, ' PHOTOS' ! I will go to the website to peek. :)

Posted by Katerina Gasset, Get It Done For Me Virtual Services (Get It Done For Me Virtual Services ) about 9 years ago

"I can see why it's listed for $18,995,000."

Wow! What an incredibly beautiful place. I work in the upscale market here in Austin but have NEVER sold a home even near this price range!

Posted by Russell Lewis, Broker,CLHMS,GRI (Realty Austin, Austin Texas Real Estate) about 9 years ago

Gary - well hop on a plane and I'll take you over for a showing!

Katerina - did you look at the website?  What did you think?

Russell - There's not a lot in this price range here, but those that are..... wow.

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) about 9 years ago

Georgina - wow that is an amazing home. Thanks for sharing the information. I try and always take advantage of touring homes such as this as they typically have the "wow factor".

Posted by Sharon Paxson, Newport Beach Real Estate - Arbor Real Estate (Arbor Real Estate) about 9 years ago

I'd like to know what the fences are made of. Looks like pieces of lava.

Posted by Not a real person about 9 years ago

Russel, yes those are lava rock walls - they are popular here, and very beautiful.  But the ones on the Big Island are the best - they have so much more lava to choose from.  I'll try and get some picks this week.

 

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) about 9 years ago

It worked!  I can comment!

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) about 9 years ago

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