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Hawaiian midcentury home with dramatic views wants $1.1M

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Midcentury architecture meets the island life

Single-level ranch-style home with pitched entryway on grassy lot.
The home in Kula Highlands was built in 1975.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Kula, Maui, Hawaii

Price: $1,099,000

Combining the best of island life and midcentury modern architecture is this Eichler-esque home in Kula, an “upcountry” district in Maui, Hawaii. Built in 1975, the cedar-frame residence perches atop a hillside in the Kula Highlands neighborhood and frames dramatic ocean and mountain views from Wailea to the North Shore.

A pitched-roof entryway continues inside, where vaulted, wood-clad ceilings extend toward the back of the open-plan living room, where floor-to-ceiling glass offer incredible vistas of the landscape, while a retro freestanding fireplace keeps it cozy. Sliding glass doors open onto a small deck.

From there, a spacious corner kitchen with a breakfast bar and lounge with wood-burning stove follows, then a master bedroom suite with private balcony and bath, two additional bedrooms, and two baths round out the more-or-less original-looking house. Rounding out the property is a one-bedroom guest cottage with vaulted tongue-and-groove ceilings, large picture windows, and a tiny kitchen.

Measuring 1,656 square feet on just over half an acre and located at 171 Holomakani Place, the home is offered at $1.099 million. Take a look.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty