Renovated Plantation Style Maui Home with Ocean Views in Haiku

Ha’iku Maui on Peahi’s North Shore is (in my opinion) the best place to live. Take that a step further, and add a Holokai address, and you are at the top of the world.

yard view

A gorgeous setting and view from this magnificent home

Plantation Style Masterpiece

My new listing is just that. This lovely plantation style home was inspired by the famed Olowalu House and has had a renovation from top to bottom, inside and out (MLS# 353714).

house view

Linda Lange is a renown designer on Maui – and she has outdone herself! What first strikes you is the unique architecture, large lazy lanais, and exquisite use of space. Over 4,200 square feet of interior living make it a grand space for any living arrangement.


The main home has four bedrooms with in-suite baths and an additional powder room. There is also a guest suite that is attached to the home that is the perfect place for live-in parents or friends to visit.

The master bedroom is one of the largest I have ever seen. It has a walk-in closet, library, and the most gorgeous bathroom imaginable, all with views of the grand Pacific Ocean.

Gorgeous Chef’s Kitchen

Brazilian Tiger Wood covers most of the floors in the living areas, and you will find the classic crown molding to add to the charm. The kitchen is a chef’s dream with ocean views to match. There is a wonderful flow from the kitchen, to the lanai, to the living area, and makes for perfect entertaining.


The kitchen is a chef’s dream!

Charming Lanai with Views

The lanai is my favorite part of the home as it is reminiscent of lazy days of Hawaii’s past…or perhaps a riverboat churning down the Mississippi? Large white corbels, classic lighting, and architectural details couple with the gentle trades blowing through the trees…Ahhhhhhhh.


Relax on the spacious lanai and enjoy the amazing ocean views

Kristina has lived in Haiku for 15 years now, and is a Broker Associate with Hawaii Life.

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2 Responses to “Renovated Plantation Style Maui Home with Ocean Views in Haiku”

  1. Jeremy Stice
    November 8, 2012 at 5:28 pm #

    Beautiful property Kristina! So did Linda Lange design the Olowalu wedding property as well because I can definitely see the strong similarities?

    • Kristina Shugars
      November 13, 2012 at 6:27 am #

      Good question and I am not sure of the answer….I know that Linda has created many in Olowalu….I will try and find out….

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