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Puunoa: Lahaina’s Only 5+ Acre Lot Community

Lanai from Puunoa Lahaina Maui Hawaii

Lanai from Puunoa Lahaina, Maui Hawaii

Situated just above the newly opened Lahaina Bypass (Route 3000) at Hokiokio Place on the southern end of Lahaina sits Puunoa (Pu’unoa). With sweeping views of Lanai and Molokai, Puunoa consists of 28 agricultural (zoned) lots ranging in size from 5 to 37 acres. Puunoa participates in a hiking, horseback riding, and cycling trail system connecting the neighboring communities of Makila and Launiupoko on West Maui. With a minimum of five acre lots (per HOA rules as of April 2019), Puunoa is ideal for people who dream of pursuing equestrian or farming endeavors and enjoy being a part of the West Maui community.

Twilight in Lanai from Puunoa Lahaina Maui Hawaii

Twilight in Puunoa Lahaina, Maui Hawaii

What has sold in Puunoa?

  • Home sales in Puunoa have ranged from:
    • $1,000,000 (in 2017 with 2,004 square feet)
    • $5,500,000 (in 2008 with 5,831 square feet)
  • Land sales in Puunoa have ranged from:
    • $790,000 (in 2011)
    • $1,500,000 (in 2018)

What’s for sale in Puunoa?

Entering the gated community of Puunoa heading east on Hokiokio Place, stunning views of the majestic West Maui mountains are almost overwhelming to the senses.

West Maui Mountains behind Puunoa Lahaina Maui Hawaii

West Maui Mountains behind Puunoa Lahaina, Maui Hawaii

Turning around and facing west, both Lanai and Molokai come into clear view. And, like a postcard, stunning year-around sunsets disappear behind Lanai and then into the Pacific Ocean.

Sunset over the Pacific Ocean from Puunoa Lahaina Maui Hawaii

Sunset over the Pacific Ocean from Puunoa Lahaina, Maui Hawaii

Want to know more about Puunoa in Lahaina? For more immediate information, or if you have any questions, contact Peggy Lyn Speicher.

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