130 Kalo Rd,
Hale Kolea, named after the famed golden Plover, is one of few working farm estates in Hana, Maui. Located at the foot of the Haleakala volcano in the desirable Kaâ€™eleku district, a few miles from Hana Town, this over 10 acre property produces Hearts of Palm, Cacao and a variety of Bananas for the retail market in addition to plentiful fruit trees, spices and flowers. An approximately Â¼ acre drive through palms, orchids, scented gingers, jasmine and other tropicals, leads to a two story modern plantation home recently renovated by the architect owner. Thoughtful of the ample light, excellent elevation and Easterly tradewinds, this home stays cool & bright with expansive ocean views. There are three ensuite bedrooms and two additional rooms that can be used as art studios, offices, or additional bedrooms. The entrance serves as a library, the â€œgreat roomâ€� has soaring ceilings with open beams and the kitchen has been renovated with granite counter tops, a large island for food preparation, newer appliances and plenty of storage. On the main level there is an enclosed lanai currently used for exercise, a â€œjungle roomâ€� for entertaining or relaxing and an ocean view lanai. There is also a two-bedroom guest house, built in 2004 and completely private from the main house, with its own driveway that is currently used as a rental to supplement the farm income. In addition to a water and electric meter, the property has solar power and water catchment.
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