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New Listing: Waterfront Home on Molokai’i Priced at $1,175,000

This beautiful and unique property is located in idyllic Puko‘o on Moloka‘i’s scenic southeast coast. The home overlooks the Kupeke fishpond, one of the many traditional Hawaiian fishponds that line the island’s southeastern shores

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The culturally and historically significant fishpond encompasses more than 33 acres and is encircled by a nearly 2,210-foot-long sea wall. Apart from its rich culture and history, Molokaʻi offers a variety of outdoor activities, including hunting, fishing, hiking, stand-up paddleboarding, and other water sports making it ideal for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.

The 3,362-square-foot three-bedroom, three-bath home has an eye-catching Japanese-glazed blue-tile roof and a 1,500-plus-square-foot covered lanai that captures views of the Pacific Ocean and Maui’s northwestern shores.

The home’s vaulted and open-beam construction creates an open and airy feel. The main living space has a chef’s kitchen, living area, dining area, wine/wet bar, and a second-story loft space where a library and lounge are located.

Each bedroom offers ocean views and access to the wraparound lanai.

On the mauka (mountain side) of the house, there is an oversized garage and an area for an office, guests or caretaker. The home is built on pilings, and during high tides, ocean water drifts underneath the house and fish are visible from the lanai.

This property has its own septic system and is serviced by public utilities, including water, electric, and cable internet. Sold partially furnished with an inventory list to be provided.

For more information or to schedule a tour, please contact the listing broker, Josh Jerman:

Josh Jerman,
REALTOR (B), RB-19728
Phone: 808.283.2222
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