Private Napili residence offers spacious living
NAPILI — Located above a state-owned gully, this home provides: quiet, privacy, tranquility, a large yard for extra open space, lots of interior storage and a separate ohana.
Walk in the beautifully designed front door, and you know you have stepped into your new home. The main floor is well-appointed with bamboo flooring in the great room, stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, granite countertops and a separate area for a large dining table.
Did I forget to also mention a large laundry room on the first floor and an additional area for TV viewing?
Extensive storage is another very impressive feature of this home. It is an easy walk to your kitchen, from the two car garage with no stairs or ramps to climb. A bedroom and bathroom round out the lower level living space. Artistic touches include: tile inlaid island collage on the lanai, two engraved glass doors and stainless steel insets in the kitchen.
Upstairs the master suite has a large lanai and a walk-in closet. The view from the master suite includes: Cook Pines, former Kapalua Pineapple Fields, the 13th hole of the Kapalua Bay Course and the occasional moon rise.
Large windows provide light and tropical trade wind breezes most days. If you prefer a controlled temperature year round, the home has central air conditioning. The interior living area is 2,759 square feet, and the home and ohana are situated on 10,358 square feet of land.
There are five homes in this small private subdivision.
There is also a free standing ohana with a garage. The ohana has tile floors, a washer-dryer and additional storage.
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Please call Laurie Lowson 808-276-8001 to set up a private showing. The asking price is $1,075,000 for this four bedroom / three bath home and ohana.
The following is a quote from the Realtors Association of Maui in regards to the first quarter of 2010. “In a nutshell… the good, the bad… and the road ahead…The market is stirring, with mixed indicators showing increased activity and new sales. Inventory was decreasing, yet bumped up for homes the last three months. Median Prices are showing some small upticks. The inventory includes many short sales and REO (bank-owned) properties, which will need to be absorbed as sales before we can move ahead to a more normal marketplace, at which time prices will eventually start to rise. Interest Rates have started to rise from historic record lows, and the qualifications are stiffer.”
Talk to your realtor and lender. Now is a good time to buy a home.