Check out this cool CONTEMPORARY home with a detached Ohana// Secluded on Maui's North Shore you will find this 3 acre retreat overlooking the ocean. This home has an OPEN floor plan that boasts high ceilings, GLASS walls, and a 500 sq ft. covered lanai that brings Maui's beauty in! Designed and built by one of Maui's premier LUXURY builders, WildCo. @wildcoconstructioninc - This property features state of the art off-grid power & water systems, a 624 sq. ft. two car garage, an exceptional detached Ohana, a studio previously used for pottery, yoga, & art, and an 842 sq. ft. barn/shed. Such a creative and private space. I'd love to show it to you!
Stephanie Mascak R(S) - 79818
Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers
Listed by: Klaus Simmer
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Getting hits on this Oceanfront Unit! Price reduced to $388,000 (FS)🔥🔥💎
Building: Maalaea Mermaid
Photo-Voltaic Installed: Yes
Beds/Baths: 1 / 1.00
Living Area: 648 SF
Land Area: 0.71 Acre
Maintenance Fee: $516.00
Great location and BEAUTIFULLY REMODELED Top floor Unit! Wonderful ocean views right off the living room and covered lanai. Enjoy a short walk to the beach, Maalaea Harbor, restaurants and Maui Ocean Center. Just a 15 min. drive to the airport and Kihei. This building offers a secured entry, photovoltaic system for the common area and a centralized hot water system. Coin operated washer/dryer and Tradewind Mart & Deli are right downstairs. Maalaea Mermaid is an intimate 39 unit complex on the oceanfront and includes one unassigned parking stall, concrete construction with elevator service and washer/dryer hook up in the unit.
Upgrading or improving your home can be one of the most rewarding activities you could undertake — and that includes monetarily, because depending on the improvement, you can boost your home’s value and recoup some of your investment when the time comes to sell. However, it’s important to remember that upgrading your house isn’t exactly a dollar-for-dollar investment; you probably aren’t going to make all of your money back that you sunk into the improvement, so pumping $5,000 into your kitchen and then expecting to just tack on an additional $5,000 to your listing price when you sell it is very likely unrealistic.
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