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Home Pick of the Week--Maui

Home Pick of the Week

The home picks of the week is a property that I highlight as a special opportunity for buyers.  Picks may be based on features, location, value, or other criteria that I believe makes the property worthy of special consideration.  I do not accept fees for featuring a property.

This week's pick is a 5+ acre estate located on the island of Maui in what is called Upcountry because it's on the slopes of the dormant Haleakala volcano.

Home Pick of the Week

Maui Upcountry Estate--Panoramic Views
For your convenience, view this listing HERE.

Home photo
Selection Criteria Panoramic views, privacy, acreage
Bedrooms  3
Baths  2.5
Living Area   4,210 sq ft
Land Area  5+ acres
Parking  ~10+ car garages
View Coast-Coast ocean plus mountain
Bonus Features 500 sq ft Ohana,  1bedroom/1 bath.
~3,000 sq ft shop.

Lush tropical flowers, cool breezes, starry nights, golden sunsets, views of both coasts, multi-level decking, car lifts, & so much more!

Offered at $2,890,000 (FS)

Maui MLS 331208

Contact Richard Dolbeare (RA), ABR, CRS, e-PRO, Century 21 All Islands,     (808) 651-4550     for information

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Comment balloon 8 commentsRichard T. Dolbeare • November 14 2008 06:51PM

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Richard,

Thanks for the link to the listing (and for commenting on my blog.)

Mike in Tucson

Posted by Mike Jones, Mike Jones NMLS 223495 (SUNSTREET MORTGAGE, LLC (BK-0907366, NMLS 145171) ) about 10 years ago

Hey Mike - You're welcome.  I enjoyed youir photo of the fake officer.

Aloha,  Richard

Posted by Richard T. Dolbeare, R(B), ABR, CRS...Hawaii Multi-Island Specialist (Keller Williams Realty Maui) about 10 years ago

There has to be something bad about being at the base of a volcano.  Even a dormant one would make me nervous.  Of course that is Hawaii :)

Posted by Wayne Warshawsky, Realtor, ABR,IRES,CDPE,SFR Your Texas (RE/MAX Four Corners) about 10 years ago

I like your idea of doing a "Home Pick Of The Week"! I bet the views are beautiful from this home. How long has Haleakala been dormant for?

Posted by Terrie Leighton, Reno Real Estate Agent ~ Selling Homes in Reno (Ferrari-Lund Real Estate ) about 10 years ago

Wayne - It's thought the last eruption was around 1790 in a remote area.  It did flow down to the ocean so a little beachfront home in the wrong area would have been scortched.

Personally, I'd be more worried about my home being struck by lightning although that's very remote as well given that lightning storms in Hawaii are extremely rare.  I can only think of 2 or 3 such storms I've wittnessed in the last 4 years and none of them produced cloud to ground lightning.  I'd guess that maybe tsunamis are the biggest risk.  There are reports that there was one in 1946 that killed 14 people and destroyed 77 homes.

This data makes me feel like I have picked one of the safest places to live.

Posted by Richard T. Dolbeare, R(B), ABR, CRS...Hawaii Multi-Island Specialist (Keller Williams Realty Maui) about 10 years ago

Hi Terrie - See my comment to Wayne on dormancy.  People love upcountry because the higher you go the cooler it gets.  Fireplaces can even become useful in the evenings at some elevations.  Yet the beaches always beckon with their near-perfect temperatures.

Posted by Richard T. Dolbeare, R(B), ABR, CRS...Hawaii Multi-Island Specialist (Keller Williams Realty Maui) about 10 years ago

Richard, that is a view of a lifetime. I do not know a buyer that could turned that down.

Posted by Danny Thornton, WordPress Guru (R & D Art) about 10 years ago

Danny - Not only do you get a "king of the mountain" feeling but it's awesome that you can see ocean on both sides of the island. 

Thanks for your comment.  Aloha!

Posted by Richard T. Dolbeare, R(B), ABR, CRS...Hawaii Multi-Island Specialist (Keller Williams Realty Maui) about 10 years ago

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