Pe’ahi Farms at Opana Point
Set atop 130-foot-high bluffs at the northernmost point of Maui’s rugged North Shore, Pe‘ahi Farms is naturally secluded. Careful planning integrates just 16 custom estate sites centered around agricultural open space. These shovel ready building sites are ready to be built upon. The community takes its name from the nearby big wave surf break commonly called Jaws, whose Hawaiian place name is Pe‘ahi, meaning wave. Pe‘ahi Farms offers sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean, upcountry Maui and the slopes of Haleakala, the West Maui Mountains, the island of Molokai, and the rugged coastline that hugs the winding Road to Hana. The breezy bluff property, cooled by prevailing trade winds, gently slopes and undulates, enhancing views and privacy by design – each home site is purposefully chosen to maximize both. Pe’ahi Farms is conveniently close to restaurants, shops, beaches, and towns.
It takes about 15 minutes to drive from Pe‘ahi Farms to Pā‘iaTown, which has a grocery store, post office, bank, gas stations, art galleries, restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, yoga studios, hair salons, and a youth center. Some of Pā‘ia Town’s most popular restaurants include Flatbread Company, which serves wood-fired flatbread pizzas; Milagros Food Company, a family-run restaurant that serves island-inspired Tex-Mex fare; Café Des Amis, renowned for its crepes and Mediterranean and Indian cuisine; Lima Cocina + Cantina, which serves traditional Peruvian cuisine; and Mama’s Fish House, whose accolades include being named one of the Top 10 fine dining restaurants in the United States by TripAdvisor and the country’s second most popular restaurant by OpenTable. Other offerings include nyloS,SURFCLUB Tacos, Choice Health Bar, Paia Fish Market, Café Mambo, Paia Gelato,Tobi’s Shave Ice, Paia Bay Coffee, and Mana Foods, a grocery store, bakery, and deli.
Ha‘ikū Town is about five minutes away from Pe‘ahi Farms. The town has a grocery store, hardware store, restaurants, coffee shops, a post office and a gym. Restaurants include Nuka, an Izakaya restaurant and sushi bar; Colleen’s at the Cannery, a casual spot with a wide-ranging menu; and Baked on Maui, a family-owned bakery that serves breakfast and lunch. Other offerings include Wailuku Coffee Company, Mediterranean Grill, and Veg Out.
It takes about 20 minutes to drive from Pe‘ahi Farms to Makawao Town, which has a general store, public library, dog park, veterinary clinic, restaurants, coffee shops, and boutiques. Restaurants include Polli’s Mexican Restaurant, Makawao Garden Café, and Casanova Maui, which serves traditional Italian fare.
Pukalani is a 30-minute drive from Pe‘ahi Farms. Pukalani has two grocery stores, Foodland and Pukalani Superette, along with pharmacies, medical offices, a hardware store, post office, banks, restaurants, shops, nail and hair salons, a golf course, skate park, and a public pool. Restaurants include the Pukalani Club House Restaurant and Bakery, Serpico’s Pizzeria and Restaurant, and Marlow, which serves Neapolitan-style sourdough pizza. Pukalani is also home to the Upcountry Farmers Market, which is held every Saturday from 7 to 11 a.m.
For more information about Pe‘ahi Farms or to schedule a tour, please contact:
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