Who Wants to Live Walking Distance to a Sandy Beach — in a New Plantation Home in Lahaina?
376 Kahoma Village Loop, #59
Yes, dreams come true! Your four-bedroom, free standing home, is now available in Lahaina town. Ready to experience carefree living in your new home (built in 2020) where you can walk to Baby Beach or bike to town and beat the heat with the split AC system — in the best location in Kahoma Village. Priced at $1,295,000. Click here for more details.
A five-minute walk from your front door is a favorite for families and pets — Baby Beach!
Ocean & Sunset Views
Enjoy ocean and sunset views looking out over Mala Harbor from the upstairs bedrooms, and West Maui mountain views from downstairs. Located in the NW corner of Lahaina’s newest neighborhood along Kahoma Stream and Front Street, this home has a private fenced-in garden area and is bordered on two sides by open land easements.
HOA & Maintenence Fees
This property looks like a house but is technically a residential condo with a homeowner’s association and maintenance fees. Monthly fees are $255 and cover internet, common property maintenance and the best part is, being a part of a homeowner’s association, the streets and garden areas are kept nice and orderly. (You can do whatever you want in your backyard — maybe add a water feature?!)
Bring Fido as pets are welcome! Grab your beach chairs and boards and cross the street to hang out at Maui’s favorite Baby Beach or catch some waves at Mala Wharf.
Floorplan & Upgrades
The current owners were one of the first on the list to purchase a new home in Kahoma Village and they waited to get their first choice of homes; 59. This “Ho’opae” floorplan 5 features 9-foot ceilings on the first floor with carpeting throughout. All four bedrooms are located on the second floor. Upgrades include stainless appliances, split system AC, solar water heater, custom blinds, upgraded laundry area in the garage, landscaping, and exterior sprinkler system.
Great Location in Lahaina
Walk across the bridge to Star Noodle, Mala Tavern, Honu, Fridas, and the Cannery Mall. A 5-minute drive and you arrive in the Ka’anapali Beach Resort and 15 minutes to hop on a plane at the Kapalua airport. In the evenings, bike down Front Street to historic Lahaina Town for a blackened ahi burger, sweet potato fries, and a glass of pinot at the Paia Fishmarket across from Lahaina harbor.
History in Lahaina, Maui
It is clear why royalty chose this temperate spot for their capital; the Kamehameha lineage ruled the Hawaiian kingdom from a sacred area called Moku’ula, in Lahaina. The weather here is almost always sunny, in the 80s with the ocean a few degrees cooler, with light trade winds to cool off the beach. The ocean is usually calm, protected by the outer reef, and fish are abundant inside the reefs. Turtles and monk seals are often found on the beach. Several easy waves break out front (surfing was a royal sport after all). The sun sets out front creating a colorful evening show before the cool nights.
Whalers also dreamed of coming ashore to Lahaina for many of the same reasons: The delicious array of fresh foods, the strong rum drinks, and the beautiful local women. They probably also enjoyed a refreshing swim and a bath after so many months at sea…
In the 1800s, hundreds of ships could be seen offshore. In fact, the whalers enjoyed themselves so much so that the king built a prison principally to keep the sailors out of trouble while they sobered up. The Colonial, Plantation, and Craftsman architecture of Kahoma Village echoes the whaling days and fits in with the Pioneer Inn and other historical buildings in town. This particular home has plantation details.
Then the missionaries arrived… the Eagles sang about the “Jesus Coming Soon” neon sign in “The Last Resort” … a local landmark located directly across the street.
Want to Know More?
This house is currently tenant-occupied — call me to set up a private showing. Aloha!