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Just Listed: 2.92 Acres of Some of the Best Agricultural Land on Maui

Welcome to one of the most pristine and rare parcels of land on Maui!

1906 Naalae Rd CPR lot C sits on 2.92 acres of some of the best agricultural land Maui has to offer.


Lot C has already been graded and offers approved plans with active permits for an exceptional 1,000 square foot dwelling including a 1.5 inch water meter between CPR’s.


Exceptional views of Haleakala Mountains. Ocean views with North and South facing shores.


This property, inspired by its neighbor, Kupa’a Farms, has already planted several fruit trees including Avocado, Orange, Mango, Tangerine, Grapefruit, Lime, Lemon, Tahitian Lilikoi, Hawaiian Lilokoi and Hawaiian Chili Peppers. Irrigation has been run to the farm area, all around the property and water has also been run to the lower parcel.

Meet The Neighbor, Kupa’a Farms

There are numerous possibilities on this vacant lot. As I mentioned, one inspiration is the property next to this parcel, which is now known as Kupaʻa Farms. This video will help us envision some of the possibilities on this land:

Living in Kula

Located on the slopes of Haleakala, Kula is a district that spans across the face of the mountain from about 1800 ft above sea level to 4000 ft above sea level where homes are located. Kula is on to the top of the mountain at 10,000 feet. It is bordered on the northeast by Pukalani and Makawao and on the south Keokea and Ulupaulakua. Temperatures range from the low 70s to the mid 80s and then from the high 30s to the mid 50s.

This new listing is an extremely rare offering to own such a unique parcel of land to build your Maui dream home in Kula.

Want To Know More?

Call me at (808) 269-7841 or contact me via my website for more information.

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