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By Staff | Feb 19, 2015

The home features an endless pool, beautiful master bathroom and formal dining area.

NAPILI – This breathtaking and beautifully maintained home is very private and tucked away on an emerald green glade and watershed in Napili, which borders on Pineapple Hill Estates and the world famous Kapalua Bay Golf Course.

Stepping through the foyer gives one a complete sense of open space and tranquility.

Quality construction and top-of-the-line upgrades enhance all the features that make this family haven an ideal nest to call home.

The home also features a seamless flow from the great room, kitchen and dining room into the stone patio. An endless pool, beautiful tropical plantings and barbecue area are bordered by a large, green, grassy lawn with several citrus trees.

Make this nirvana a reward to be enjoyed daily. The first of two stories consists of the kitchen, living room, dining room, den, laundry room, full bath, guest bedroom, and the two-car garage. There is lots storage.

The second story features three bedrooms and two baths.

The master suite is spacious and has a beautiful lanai that overlooks the back yard. The master suite also features a must-see, sinfully indulgent spa bathroom and large walk-in closet.

The sellers have furnished this home impeccably, and some of the furnishings might be included in the sale. That would certainly be negotiable.

Another of the unique features of this property is that it is legally zoned for a freestanding cottage/ohana. The cottage features beautiful vaulted ceilings and a one-car garage. There is complete privacy from the cottage to the home.

This particular property will more than likely be something utilized by full-time residents; however, if you want to scoop your future home on Maui at this phenomenal time, you do have options of renting both homes separately, or keeping one available for yourself when you are lucky enough to come back home to the most magical spot on Earth: Napili. I’m biased, but then our family has lived in Napili for 30 years.