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Maui

Pe’ahi Farms at Opana Point: Farmlands Living on Maui’s North Shore

Farmlands Living on Maui’s North Shore

Imagine a sun-drenched bluff with native grasslands rustled by trade winds all around you, with breathtaking views in every direction and the deep blue of the Pacific at your feet.

Located at Opana Point on the northernmost point of Maui’s North Shore, Pe‘ahi Farms sits atop a 130-foot-high bluff and offers views of Upcountry Maui, the slopes of Haleakalā, the West Maui Mountains, the deep blue of the Pacific, and the island of Moloka‘i in the distance. Pe‘ahi Farms is minutes away from the small towns of Ha‘ikū and Pā‘ia, where residents can enjoy farmers’ markets, farm-to-table dining, local festivals, and shopping, among other amenities. The farmlands are also located just 30 minutes from Maui’s commercial hub, Kahului, and the island’s main airport.

Pe‘ahi Farms is located just minutes from the charms of small-town Maui life in nearby Haiku and Paia. Residents can enjoy local farmers’ markets, farm-to-table dining, nearby coffee and chocolate producers, local festivals, boutique shopping and art galleries, and paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) towns turned artist colonies. All of this is just 30 minutes from the convenience of Kahului International Airport, with direct flights to dozens of major cities.

A Community With Farming At Its Heart & Center

Pe‘ahi Farms is composed of 16 custom estate sites centered around dedicated agricultural space. Each of the 16 sites is carefully positioned to maximize their respective views, as well as privacy. It is a unique residential development concept inspired by a deeper purpose: To preserve Maui’s rich agricultural heritage and traditional ways of living. Pe‘ahi Farms’ open space and farmlands are essential to this concept. It’s a development idea inspired by a deeper purpose, to preserve Maui’s rich farming heritage and traditional ways of living. Green space and farmland are essential to the concept, making it a unique, low-density use of some of the most spectacular land in the state.

“We are proud to be a part of this intriguing development concept that focuses on Maui’s rich farming heritage,” said Hawaii Life CEO Matt Beall. “Conscientious planning by the developers integrates the estate home sites and farmlands. It’s a very unique, low-density approach that’s distinct from the typical, condensed land use we often find in Hawai‘i.”

When it comes to farming, there are numerous possibilities, Stice said. “We met with a local agricultural specialist who recommended some potential plantings for the property,” he said. “Aside from local produce, just some of the possibilities for this property include palms, ti, dragonfruit, lilikoi, Samoa coconuts, and dry land taro. In addition to growing local tropical plants, using the acreage for keeping animals is also allowable.”

Exclusively Represented by Hawaii Life

Pe‘ahi Farms is exclusively represented by Hawaii Life and Hawaii Life Realtor-Brokers Josh Jerman and Tim Stice, both Maui residents, are the exclusive listing agents of the development.

“Residents at Pe‘ahi Farms will benefit from privacy by design,” Jerman said. “While simultaneously supporting the local farming which is essential to Maui’s future.”

When it comes to farming, there are numerous possibilities, Stice said. “We met with a local agricultural specialist who recommended some potential plantings for the property,” he said. “Aside from local produce, just some of the possibilities for this property include palms, ti, dragonfruit, lilikoi, Samoa coconuts, and dryland taro. In addition to growing local tropical plants, using the acreage for keeping animals is also allowable.”

The estate sites range in size from 2.7 to 25 acres, with prices ranging from $1.45M to $2.95M. Infrastructure is in place for each of the build-ready lots, including underground utilities, private wells, and paved roads.

About Hawaii Life & Conservation

Founded in 2008 by Winston Welborn and Matt Beall, Hawaii Life is now celebrating our 10th year in operation. We have long been dedicated to land conservation in Hawaii, recognizing our responsibility to future generations. Hawai‘i Life and the company’s CEO and principal broker Matt Beall have been actively working in support of land conservation in Hawaiʻi through their leadership at the Hawaiian Islands Land Trust (HILT).

HILT was founded in 2011 through the merger of four island land trusts, combining their resources to take land conservation in the state to the next level. Hawai‘i Life and the Hawai‘i Life Charitable Fund joined a group of visionary donors as HILT’s Founding Few by making three-year financial commitments at HILT’s inception. We believe strongly in their ission “to protect the lands that sustain us”. To that end, Hawaii Life recently appointed a dedicated Director of Conservation and Legacy Lands. To read more about Beth Thoma Robinson, please click here.

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Lois Meng

January 11, 2019

Aloha,
This is stunning property, and my husband and I are looking for upcountry with a view, or something like what you are offering. I love the farm centric idea. My question is, since it’s all well water (which is slightly concerning to us, we prefer a water meter). Will the farm be 100% organic ? It would be awful for nasty pesticides and fertalizers to seep into well water. This would be a deal breaker for us.
Mahalo!
Lois and George Meng

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