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Hawaii Life Represents Maui Home Named Winner in 2018 HGTV Ultimate House Hunt

Listing voted most popular in Waterfront category. 

Napili, Maui  – Hawaii Life sales associate Anna Severson represents a home that was selected as a winner in the 2018 HGTV Ultimate House Hunt after receiving the most votes in the Waterfront category. The HGTV Ultimate House Hunt is a month-long online promotion on, which attracted over 880,000 votes and 84 million page views.

The award-winning home known as the Hawaiian Bungalow or the Tahitian Pavilion is situated on the South West tip of Papaua Place in Napili, bordering Kapalua and the property is currently listed for $8,900,000.

We are pleased this home is getting worldwide recognition since being listed in February 2018 to connect the right person with this one-of-a-kind property that offers ocean access and a front yard playground where you can swim with turtles or catch a wave.

A search for the world’s most extraordinary homes for sale, the Ultimate House Hunt allows HGTV’s extensive audience to vote for the properties they find most appealing. This is the seventh consecutive year HGTV has aligned exclusively with Leading Real Estate Companies of the World and its luxury marketing division Luxury Portfolio International for the House Hunt, which is one of the most popular contests on Hawaii Life is a member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, a selective global real estate community of more than 565 market-leading real estate firms and participates in its luxury marketing program, Luxury Portfolio International.

To view the Ultimate House Hunt winners, visit

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