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By Staff | Mar 22, 2018

1343 Kahoma St. is a recently renovated, 1,796-interior-square-foot, six-bedroom/three-bath home on a 6,175 s.f. parcel.

LAHAINA – 434 Alio St. is located in the Aholo Subdivision in South Lahaina Town.

These wonderful homes were originally built in the ’70s and were constructed of cinderblock with a Plantation-style floor plan.

This lovely three-bedroom/two-bath, 1,116-square-foot home has a covered carport as well as an additional enclosed area that used to be an outside patio. The spacious 7,940-square-foot parcel allows for additional construction of a freestanding 500-square-foot cottage as well as a build-up potential.

This home has been well-loved by tenants for 30 years and is in pretty original condition.

Its proximity to the ocean (which is about three blocks away) as well as the community pool, baseball, soccer fields, basketball court, Puamana Park (numerous surf spots), and a wonderful walk to Lahaina Town, make this a beautiful place to call home. Listed price is $749,500 (FS).

1343 Kahoma St. is a recently renovated 1,796-interior-square-foot, six-bedroom/three-bath home on a 6,175-square-foot parcel. It’s in the Wahikuli Subdivision, located in the hills above Northern Lahaina Town.

It also has a Plantation-style floor plan and a covered carport.

This beautiful home was completely painted throughout, new flooring, ceiling fans, new roof, in 2017.

The home was originally a three-bedroom/one-bath wood frame home, and the permitted additional three-bedroom/two-bath cinderblock half was added after the fact.

The extended family enjoyed living in it for many years. It’s set up so that it may be enjoyed by two families with separate entries.

There is a build-up potential; however, this parcel is not large enough to allow for a freestanding cottage.

It is vacant and on lock box. Listed price is $849,500 (FS). Appointments must be made to view these two treasures in the fantastic place we call home!!!

(The Lahaina News apologizes for running the wrong photo when this article ran in the March 1 issue.) n