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Seeking a cooler climate? Dream home available in Kula

By Staff | Oct 23, 2014

Completed in 2009, 11 Huina Place is a “plantation-inspired” home with high-end finishes.

KULA – Yes, these past few months have been hot and humid on West Maui. Do you ever dream of moving to Kula? Realize your Maui dream! This is an incredible opportunity to own your piece of “open meadow” Upcountry.

A Kula residence with a detached ohana gives you a magnificent view of the isthmus and neck of Maui. Just above the lei of clouds is a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home of approximately 1,500 square feet on a half-acre of land. The home includes a one-car garage, laundry room and office. An enclosed lanai enhances the living space.

The detached two-bedroom, one-bathroom, 700-square-foot ohana has a one-car garage and a separate driveway. Completed in 2009, 11 Huina Place gives you a spacious, open concept, “plantation-inspired” home with high-end finishes like granite countertops, travertine showers and baths.

A fireplace and rich wood finishes throughout complete your Upcountry dream home. You will love the convenience of being in close proximity to shopping, restaurants and schools. Think of immersing yourself in the paniolo culture and agriculture of Kula! For further information, please call U’ilani Todd, Realtor (S), of Lowson & Associates at (808) 205-7649

Information from the Realtors Association of Maui September Statistics:

“September’s Sales Unit Volume: Residential sales increased to 95 homes sold while Condominium sales decreased to 79 units sold. Land sales remained steady at 12 lots sold.

September’s Median Sales prices: The Residential median price held steady at $570,000, while the Condo median price rose to $465,000. Land median price increased to $520,000.

Monthly Residential Sales Unit numbers recover from August dip; Monthly Condo Sales Unit numbers take their turn to dip somewhat. Inventory declines somewhat…

Year-to-Date Median and Average prices are rising in Residential and Condo markets despite lower number of unit sales. Increased showings and sales; multiple offers on ‘well-priced’ listings. For several months, approximately 44 percent of all sales were CASH.

Inventories in Residential and Condo classes remain relatively steady as Sale Prices increase. REO (Foreclosures) and Short Sales are dwindling, with any ‘hidden inventory’ slowly trickling onto the market. Mortgage Interest rates are inching up slightly. Savvy Investors are buying with Cash, giving them a strong negotiating position, no financing/appraisal hassles and a quick closing.”

For further information, e-mail Laurie@Lowson.com or go to www.Lowson.com.