Maui Blog - Georgie Hunter R(S): SOLD - Vacant Land in Haiku Maui Hawaii

SOLD - Vacant Land in Haiku Maui Hawaii

tall palm trees off Awalau Road Haiku Hawaii

SOLD - HAIKU VACANT LAND

Sale price:  $475,000.00 FS

Sale date: October 30, 2007

Size: 2.36 acres

Address: 580 Awalau Road, Haiku HI

This was a pretty quick sale, due to smart pricing.  Recent SOLD comps in Haiku were $475,000 for other 2 acre lots with no water meter.  This Haiku property entered the market at $479,000.00 and was in escrow within a few weeks.  The buyer purchased this beautiful vacant lot with all CASH. 

The vacant lot has some incredible ocean views, and a nice building site overlooking the view.  These tall and elegant palms on the property had been planted over 35 years ago.

vacant land with ocean view in Haiku Maui

 

Awalau Road is located "behind" Hanzawa's Store, off Kaupakalua Road.  It goes back for a number of miles, with an assortment of homes and farms along the way.  Many of these properties don't have any Maui County water service, and homeowners rely on water catchment systems, which work well in this wetter part of Haiku.  This area is somewhat remote, and very peaceful and quiet for the most part.  The elevation of this parcel is about 1,350 ft, so the weather is nice and cool for sleeping.  There are some other homes and land for sale in this part of Haiku, and I can help you to find them.

link to eastmaui.com website for The Hunter

 Call or EMAIL directly to The Hunter  808 283-0635

Maui real estate agent Georgina M. Hunter R(S)

Team member: Jim Sanders Realty Inc.  Paia HI 96779

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Comment balloon 3 commentsGeorgie Hunter R(S) 58089 • November 07 2007 05:42PM

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Beautiful property!!
Posted by Elaine Stewart, RE/MAX Consultants Palm Desert (RE/MAX #1 Agent 2018 to 2010) over 11 years ago
Moral of the story- you price it right and it will sell.  Good for you.  I love the scenery
Posted by Judy Greenberg, Coldwell Banker - Buffalo Grove - Long Grove Homes (Coldwell Banker Long Grove) over 11 years ago

Thanks for the comments, yes it was a really unique property, and the trees were special.  You just don't' see so many in one place usually.

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 11 years ago

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