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Home sweet beautiful homes

By Staff | Oct 29, 2009

Roger and Joyce Amadon at home in Ka‘anapali Coffee Farms.

KAANAPALI — The premier agricultural community of Ka‘anapali Coffee Farms is in the midst of a flurry of home building activity. The spectacular model home on Lot 1 is nearing completion, with the finishing touches being made before its December unveiling. Then, there’s the anticipation of welcoming the community’s first official onsite residents — Roger and Joyce Amadon.

The Amadons were one of the first buyers to purchase a homesite in Ka‘anapali Coffee Farms. 

“We knew after seeing this property that this was the place we wanted to establish new roots,” said Roger. “The panoramic views are absolutely breathtaking, we find the agricultural concept of having our own mature coffee orchard very appealing, and the location and climate here are the perfect complement to our lifestyle.”

The Amadons are proud of the dream home they created — a plantation-inspired, three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath residence with over 3,600 square feet of living space and 1,200 square feet of lanais capturing panoramic mauka and makai views. Working with their architect, Fred Loesberg, and contractor Dan McDermott of McDermott Homes, they succeeded in not only building a beautiful home, but a retreat that suits their unique lifestyle to a “T.” 

Everything was taken into account, from the gourmet kitchen and Great Room perfect for entertaining, to the three-car garage that accommodates their vehicles and a boat. “We couldn’t be happier with both the quality of the home, and the entire design and building process which went smoothly and was an enjoyable experience,” said Roger.

For buyers looking to build their own dream home, Ka‘anapali Coffee Farms offers various options to help make this a reality. Efforts include recommending reputable architects, builders and design/build companies. The land developer is also working on a program for qualified owner/builders that will encourage home building by deferring lot payments. 

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: www.KaanapaliCoffeeFarms.com.