Rare Opportunity To Own 2 Adjacent Lots in Spreckelsville on Maui’s Famous North Shore
Spreckelsville – A Historic Maui Community
Maui’s North Shore is internationally famous and a popular location to live and enjoy the incredible beauty of its coastline. Spreckelsville, is a small enclave community created in 1878 by one of the era’s original sugar barons, Claus Spreckels. And by 1892, Spreckelsville grew to become the largest sugar plantation in the world. The beautiful sandy stretch of approximately 1.9 miles of pristine beach was called Spreckelsville Beach. Today it’s known by different names, including Baby Beach. Residents of Spreckelsville enjoy unsurpassed, fresh ocean air and easy access to remarkable ocean waters. Popular for swimming, paddle-boarding, surfing, snorkeling, and windsurfing, this stretch of coastline offers a variety of entry points and striking views of the West Maui Mountains. The Maui Country Club formally opened in 1927, making it the oldest golf club on the island. The historic clubhouse was completed in 1932 and was renovated in 2009. Residents and visitors enjoy golf, tennis, pickleball, swimming and easy beach access along with all club amenities. Visit the Maui Country Club at: mauicountryclub.org
301 Paani Place, Lot A & 37 Nonohe Place, Lot B
These two adjacent lots are part of the original country club community with a combined area of over 35,000 square feet and over 3,000 square feet of combined living space. The two-story main house, 301 Paani Place, Lot A was built in 1941 in the Dickey style of classic plantation architecture, designed to capture the fresh ocean air and accommodate open concept living in the primary living area. This corner lot has over 2,400 square feet of living space, a garage, and an array of greenery and full growth trees on the property. The adjacent property, 37 Nonohe Place, Lot B has a one bedroom one and half bathroom house that was built in 1963 and is also surrounded by greenery and full growth trees. This location is walking distance to Baby Baldwin Beach, a pristine reef-protected area for swimming through the year that connects to the larger Baldwin Beach by beautiful golden sand.
Paia Town, Mama’s and Ho’okipa
Residents of Spreckelsville have a short drive to the many shops, services, restaurants, and cafes in Historic Paia Town. Steeped in plantation-style design, Paia is on the map as one of the most popular visitor locations on the island. From the Paia Fish Market to an array of casual eateries offering great menus to the Amakua Kava Lounge, this town has so much to explore. Mana Foods’ produce department has a healthy selection of island-grown organic fruits and vegetables and is a great place to pick up prepped food, fresh juice, or smoothies to go. Many diverse boutiques and jewelry stores make Paia a fun shopping destination. Just about a mile and a half away by car along the coast is Mama’s Fish House, famous for fine cuisine prepared with Maui’s fresh seafood with a scenic oceanfront location. And minutes away is Ho’okipa Beach Park, one of the most famous windsurfing destinations in the world, and one of the best locations to enjoy colorful sunsets and, when they come in, to watch those huge North Shore swells.
MacArthur Team Maui has a wealth of knowledge, and as 2nd and 3rd generation Maui realtors, we’ve grown up here and know first-hand all that Maui has to offer. Brad grew up in Spreckelsville! We are here to represent you!
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