$14 Million Sale Marks Maui’s Highest Closing So Far This YearAugust 15, 2019, 8:06 AM HST · Updated August 16, 7:49 PM 82 Comments
A beachfront custom “mega-mansion” overlooking the south shore of Maui sold today for $14 million, making it the island’s highest residential sale year to date. Mark Waite, Realtor with the SoMa Island Living team at Elite Pacific Properties represented the seller.
“This property is more than just a home- it’s a transformative experience and incredible way to fully immerse oneself in the way of living aloha” said Waite. “It’s a strong symbol of how much the luxury second home market is thriving here in Hawaiʻi, and we expect this trend to continue to grow as the year goes on.”
The home is located directly across the street from ʻĀhihi Bay and the Mākena coastline.
The sprawling contemporary 5,680 square foot complex boasts four en-suite bedrooms and ocean views from every room. Waite said views will “never be obstructed” due to the home’s proximity to the shoreline.
Named “Hale Imi Ola,” this Mākena property features an open floor plan and “encourages a harmonious balance of indoor/outdoor living,” according to the realtor.
Built on a full acre, the residence is surrounded by a rock wall and has a gated entry. It is surrounded by lānai, gardens and a hot tub and pool bejeweled with Italian-made Bisazza glass pool tiles.
The Seller and visionary behind the development of this property is MMR LLC.
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