Maui Blog - Georgie Hunter R(S): Maui Hawaii South Shore Condo Newsletter - December 2009

Maui Hawaii South Shore Condo Newsletter - December 2009

Maui Hawaii South Shore Condo Newsletter     -     December 2009

Happy holidays everyone.  Take a look at these Maui condos for sale and
maybe it's not too late to add something to your Christmas wish list.  Let
me know if you need more info on any of these fine South Maui listings.
Cove Park Kihei Maui HI 96753

1.     Starter Condo, Central Kihei  $119,000.00
- cute 443 sf 1BD/1BA 2nd floor condo in a small building with only 11 units
- walk to Charley Young Beach and Cove Park, laminate floors, white kitchen

2.     Vacation Rental, Central Kihei  $229,500.00
- ground floor 1BD/1BA unit with garden view, well kept grounds
- quiet location away from busy S Kihei Rd, yet close to shopping and dining

3.    Vacation 2 Bedroom, South Kihei  $375,000.00
- large 1048 sf 2BD/2BA totally remodeled with new cabinets, granite counter tops
- tiled kitchen floor, tiled showers and lanai too, great floor plan that opens up for max space

4.    Boutique Hotel, North Kihei  $379,000.00
- 1BD/1.5BA 2-story condo with an island theme, central courtyard pool, koi pond
- cozy little boutique hotel of only 6 units, walk across road to the beach
Wailea Blue Golf Course, Wailea Maui HI 96753
5.    Beachfront, North Kihei  $410,000.00
- ground floor 1BD/1BA vacation unit, building just had a multi-million dollar renovation
- recent upgrades to kitchen include all new cabinetry, appliances and countertops

6.    Good Price, Wailea  $559,000.00
- upgraded ground floor 2BD/2BA vacation condo with golf and tennis privileges
- new appliances, tiled floors throughout, granite counters, large lanai with ocean view

7.    Solid Bookings, South Kihei  $649,000.00
- top floor 2BD/2BA unit with nice garden and ocean views on the sunny side of the complex
- tiled throughout, nicely updated kitchen and baths, across street from beach park

8.    Best Buy, Wailea  $849,000.00
-  3BD/2.5BA residential condo surrounded on 3 sides by the Wailea Blue Golf Course
- gated complex, with 75' infinity pool, fitness center with steam rooms
- high ceilings, travertine and granite, stainless steel appliances, plantation shuttersPolo Beach in Wailea Maui HI 96753

9.    Beachfront Penthouse, Wailea  $2,950,000.00
- still my favorite Wailea condo, this 2BD/2BA 8th floor unit is a work of art with amazing views
-exotic woods, mosaic glass tiles, limestone flooring, Strini Glass
lighting, imperial plaster walls
- underground parking, elevators, very well maintained building


Did you hear about the dolphin rescue in Kihei?  About 10-20 dolphins were
trying to beach themselves in front of Sugar Beach late one afternoon, when
passersby jumped into the water to help them.  About 40 people got in the
water and wrestled with the dolphins to turn them around.  Some dolphins
kept coming back to shore and 3 or 4 actually got to the sand.  After much
struggling they managed to get the dolphins back out to deeper water and
they all swam off.  Though this isn't the preferred method of saving
dolphins, but it seemed to have worked.  If you encounter such a situation
you are requested to call the stranding and entanglement hot line at (888)
256-9840 for advice.


Georgina M. Hunter R(S) e-Pro
Paia, HI  96779  (808) 283-0635

Jim Sanders Realty Inc.
PO Box 792050, Paia, HI  96779   (808) 579-8255  FAX: 579-9004

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Comment balloon 3 commentsGeorgie Hunter R(S) 58089 • December 13 2009 08:12PM


That was interesting about the dolphin rescue. I wonder what makes them want to beach themself. Glad they got them turned around and back into deeper water.

If I ever hit the lottery I'm coming to Hawaii .

Posted by Carl Winters over 9 years ago

Ceil - I suspect it's the deep water sonar testing that the navy does.  Then again maybe they got spooked by sharks... there have been some sightings near the beaches lately.

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

We have the same thing happen here from time to time - they beach themselves and often when taken back out in deep water they turn around and beach themselves again - often they are taken to a rescue center and treated for parasites and other problems. I don't know if the navy is to blame for this one................then again, who knows.

Posted by Barbara-Jo Roberts Berberi, MA, PSA, TRC - Greater Clearwater Florida Residential Real Estate Professional, Palm Harbor, Dunedin, Clearwater, Safety Harbor (Charles Rutenberg Realty) over 9 years ago

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