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A taste of Tuscany in West Maui’s backyard

By Staff | Sep 3, 2009

Owners at Ka‘anapali Coffee Farms are treated to views of manicured coffee orchards and breathtaking panoramic ocean views — the perfect community to plant new roots.

KAANAPALI — For those seeking a taste of the good life — reminiscent of a day in Tuscany — one only has to look in West Maui’s own backyard, home of Ka‘anapali Coffee Farms.

Watch for the vintage red Chevy truck at the corner of Honoapi‘ilani Highway and Kaka‘alaneo Drive; the road leading to this breathtaking community — one of the few “true” agricultural communities on Maui. What awaits may surprise you, but mostly, it’s an experience that will take your breath away!

Here lies a world set apart from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Treat yourself to spectacular 360-degree views of West Maui, breathtaking sunsets and the sound of nature everywhere you turn. 

For those fortunate enough to live in this one-of-a-kind community, you’ll take pride in your own working coffee plantation. A team of experienced farmers tend, harvest and market the coffee on your lot, yielding some of the most prized coffee beans in the world — leaving you and your family time to enjoy paradise.

On approximately one acre of your four- to seven-acre lot, you can build a dream house, cottage and/or artist’s studio.  There’s also the perks: living just minutes away from world-class golf, beaches, spas and restaurants, yet far enough removed to enjoy the peaceful serenity in a rural setting.

And yet it is the elements behind the scenes — the intangible things often felt — that make Ka‘anapali Coffee Farms a place where one’s spirits soar. It is the rich agricultural heritage preserved for generations; a deep sense of community that has encouraged the developer to preserve the area’s cultural and historical sites, and the pride that new homeowners experience as they plant new roots — a place like no other.

For more information on Ka‘anapali Coffee Farms, visit us at our Information Center located behind the Sugar Cane Train station on Puukoli‘i Road, or call me at (808) 870-0503 for a private tour. You can also visit our website at www.KaanapaliCoffeeFarms.com.