The cool upcountry climate in Kula, Maui makes it a prime region for agriculture. Much of Maui’s fresh produce comes from family farms in Kula, where they grow a wide range of fruits and vegetables in the rich volcanic soil. Have you visited Nui’s Farmers Market yet?
Kula has some charming country roads that connect the upper Kekaulike Highway with the lower Kula Highway. One of these is Kamehameiki Road, with its rustic rock walls and fruit orchards. Midway up Kamehameiki Rd., you’ll find a sweet little slice of Old Hawaii on 4 acres.
980 Kamehameiki Road – 4 Beautiful Acres in Kula
This old homestead comes with a few wooden buildings from a bygone era, an old cistern, and tons of charm. The gently sloping land has been hand cleared, creating rock walled pastures and terraces. Back in the day, when they had to grow their own food, they planted fruit and nut trees, and raised animals.
Ocean views at 980 Kamehmeiki Rd., Kula, Maui, HI.
Today those trees are still producing loads of avocados, persimmons, loquats, almonds, and macadamia nuts. Paddocks for grazing can be rotated to maximize the lush grass from seasonal rains. A precious Maui County water meter is in place and already connected to the pasture. The ocean and sunset views are peaceful and plentiful from many sites on the property.
Words can’t describe the magical feeling you’ll get when walking over the ground of this special parcel. You can feel the connection to the land, the a’ina. The old timers knew this was a great place to live, and you’ll know it, too.
980 Kamehameiki Rd., an old home on 4 beautiful acres with ocean views (MLS# 360708)
If you’re interested in owning 4 acres in Kula, with some history and charm, then this unique parcel will really appeal to you. The sellers will include house plans and septic system plans to help you realize your dream. Come on up to cool Kula and take a tour back in time, when life was simpler. Being offered for $845,000.
Georgie Hunter, R(S), e-Pro
(800) 667-5028 ex 8241
Direct: (808) 283-0635