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Stunning 1900s Hawaii estate on 60 acres asks $3.8M

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Located in Maui’s Upcountry region

A large two-story red-framed lodge-style house with verandas on grassy lot surrounded by trees.
The Upcountry retreat was built in 1912 by H.A. and Ethel Baldwin.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Makawao, Maui, Hawaii

Price: $3,800,000

Located on 60 acres in the Upcountry region of Makawao in East Maui, Hawaii, is this incredible historic estate built in 1912 by Henry Alexander Baldwin, a sugarcane plantation manager and politician, and his wife Ethel.

The legacy residence perches on the hills of Olinda and unfurls across 4,490 square feet, offering six huge bedrooms, four bathrooms, an expansive living room with a red brick fireplace, formal dining, spacious kitchen, plenty of windows, and verandas.

The lodge-style home is characterized by an abundance of early-1900s details including solid wood floors, a mahogany staircase, exposed beams, and gorgeous millwork like paneling throughout, while a butler’s bar and other charms abound.

There’s even a cottage and breezeway offering an additional 1,600 of livable space, with a garage and workshop rounding out the property. Mature landscaping including Koa groves are found on the grounds, which are surrounded by state and Haleakala Ranch lands.

Located at 2725 Olinda Road, this Upcountry retreat is offered at $3.8 million.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty