Maui Blog - Georgie Hunter R(S): Maui Market Update - Peahi Farms at Opana Point - Paved Roads!

Maui Market Update - Peahi Farms at Opana Point - Paved Roads!

new paved road at peahi farms maui opana pointPeahi Farms on Maui gets an upgrade.  Paving crews have been busy making miles of smooth black roads into this new planned community subdivision at Opana Point on Maui's north shore.  During the months of October and November the blacktop has gone down and the entrance to the Hana Highway is almost complete.  Road work is a major improvement for this north shore Agricultural oceanfront subdivision.  Sales will surely be moving smoothly now with easy access to the string of cliff front vacant parcels.

Buyers of this prime oceanfront location should be aware of any issues that pertain to Special Management Areas(SMA's), and Shoreline Areas in Hawaii.  Contact your favorite Maui real estate agent for more information and updates.

This ambitious project has been a long time in the making, and is finally reaching completion, with the first property closing escrow last month, for $2,100,000.  More upgrades are on the way, and this promises to be a well planned Haiku Maui neighborhood.  Final subdivision approval was granted December 14, 2006. Land court approval granted on September 12, 2007.  Currently there are 14 MLS listings of vacant land for sale at Peahi Farms, priced between $1,300,000 to $2,995,000

 

 

Are you looking for some Maui oceanfront land to build your dream home in paradise?

road paving equipment at Peahi Farms Maui

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

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Comment balloon 2 commentsGeorgie Hunter R(S) 58089 • November 10 2007 03:29AM

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I love the Hana Hiway, although I haven't driven it in several years. Have a great day on Maui.
Posted by Sam White, Integrated Marketing - Bryan College Station, almost 12 years ago
Sam, thanks for stopping by.  The Hany Hiway is as busy as ever, especially since you can't drive "all the way" around now - there's a bridge been out in Kaupo area for over a year.
Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) almost 12 years ago

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