39 Papaua Pl

  • $9,500,000
  • 4 bd
  • 3.5 ba
  • 3,170 sf living
  • 0.15 ac land
Annaseverson

Listing Agent

REALTOR(S)

Listing Agent

Annaseverson

Anna Severson

REALTOR(S)

The Tahitian Pavilion: a distinctive oceanfront home situated on Papaua Point in Napili, Maui. Designed by architect Kendrick Bangs Kellogg and completed in 1982, this tropical beach house has been beautifully maintained and is now on the market for the first time in over 20 years. Among the highlights are: panoramic views of the islands and sunsets, the surf spot directly out front, the Koa and exotic wood work, the oceanfront heated pool with jets and a waterfall, the open design that allows the Napili Breezes and ocean sounds to enter, the hexagon roof designs, the skylights and a lava-rock fireplace. There is also an open-air hot tub in the master bath room. Offered furnished including treasures such as hand-sewn Hawaiian quilts and an extensive artwork collection with original pieces by Jan Kasprzycki, Pegge Hopper and Phillip Sabado. A white sandy cove is just a few steps away across the rocks. Papaua Place is a gated community of 10 homes bordering Kapalua Resort in West Maui.

Property details

  • MLS # 377677
  • Property Type Residential
  • Lot Size (Ft) 6,447
  • Floor Area (Sq.Ft) 3,170
  • Baths 3.5
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Year Built 1982
  • Land (Acres) 0.148
  • Waterfront OceanFront
  • Listing Brokerage Hawaii Life (L)
  • Type Of Dwelling Single Family
  • County Data Click Here

Taxes

  • Tax Id 2430070170000

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