When you think of luxury Hawaii homes, you know there will be a beautiful kitchen, a gorgeous pool and a fantastic view, but how about a carriage house for your collection of off road vehicles? LUVA Real Estate agent, Kimi Correa, is listing a unique property in the beautiful town of Kula on Maui with a selling price of $15 million. Here is the property description:
Nestled amidst the clouds in Maui you will find a Hawaiian estate like no other. Welcome to Moemalie, “A Place of Peaceful Rest”. Exquisitely landscaped and furnished, the Estate boasts a Mansion ( with a traditional accordion cage elevator), an apartment above the 3-car garage, a single level cottage, a two-story gate house, a 9 car garage building, a pool pavilion with an over-sized infinity pool, and an expansive barn next to the approximately 9 acres of Koa tree forest (part of this estate, as well). The Estate is being sold with most of the furnishings. Remodeled in 2016, the owners added photo voltaic, smart home technology, and high tech security and a bevy of upgrades. This property is nothing short of magical. The sale of 50 Oluolu includes two other parcels – A roadway parcel and 80 Kawehi Place together make up the 23 acre privately gated compound.
Located in Kula, near a neighboring lavender farm, the property location is an upcountry getaway in a tropical paradise. Upcountry is more than just a location; it’s a way of life. It’s the perfect balance of country and secluded Hawaii. Kula is famous for its farms and botanical gardens and is known for being a quaint, rustic area on the slopes of Haleakala. Located in the central part of the island, Kula is also at the center of its culinary resurgence, with much of the exotic produce served at Maui’s best Hawaii Regional Cuisine restaurants grown in the rich, volcanic soil. Kula also offers the best views in Upcountry Maui, with sweeping views of Maui and the Pacific Ocean.
Places to visit nearby are Grandma’s Coffee House and the Alii Kula Lavender Farm. Roll down the windows as you drive up Waipoli Road to the lavender farm and the scent will envelop you. The mesmerizing smell and sight of lavender growing on the slopes of Haleakala volcano is a treat for the senses. There are 45 varieties of lavender grown on the farm’s 13.5 acres. Founder and owner Alii Chang began to grow lavender after he was gifted the shrub by a good friend. The plant flourished on Chang’s 4,000-foot-elevation farm, and a new business was born. The farm has numerous daily walking tours and a gift shop with lavender bath and body products, essential oils, tea, chocolate and honey.
Grandma’s Coffee House. The cozy coffee shop is located in a historic building, painted bright green with a white trim. Grandma’s is a fourth-generation family business founded in 1918. A century later, you can still get locally grown and roasted coffee, plus a made-to-order breakfast or baked goods to go along with your Upcountry coffee. Grandma’s is a small, simple, and charming café alongside a country highway. Service is great and the baked goods are the kind you take home to your ohana.
If you are looking for a spectacular estate AND location to call home, please contact Kimi at LUVA Real Estate today for more information and a tour.