Maui is still open for business. And despite all the lockdowns and closures closer to home, it’s a great place to get away and spend the holiday season.
Set up camp in one of these finds built for island life and you’ll forget all about the chaos of 2020 — just make sure you get a COVID-19 test before you board the plane.
Which is more you? Take your pick in our latest Splurge vs. Steal. Social distancing never looked so good!
Splurge: Beachfront Gated Hawaii Luxury With Infinity Pool And Ocean Views For $11.5M
Welcome to paradise! This is the ultimate luxury buy for those who want a slice of Hawaiian life right outside their door. The five-bedroom, six-full-and-one-half-bathroom gem sits on lush lot with dramatic ocean views and all the upgrades.
This includes a great hall with custom mahogany and glass staircase, plus a soaring 40-foot-long sliding glass wall that brings the outdoors in.
There is a sparkling infinity-edge pool, two custom spas, a media room, gym, and more. We think you’ll love the play on all the textural elements. Water, sun, and surf await!
Chaney Padaca with Hawaii Seaside Realty has listed 7 Kapalua Place, Lahaina, Hawaii for $11.5 million.
Steal: Rare Hawaii Beachfront With Remodeled Interiors, Ocean Views, And Separate Quarters For $6.45M
Now for millions less, you can still live large in Maui at this exquisite find. According to the listing its an “Extremely rare Maui beachfront home and ohana. The current zoning law allows the home to be used as a grandfathered vacation rental. No permit is required, which very few exist.”
Aside from the jaw-dropping ocean views, you’ll enjoy access to white sandy beach and plenty of space to roam. The living quarters are all luxe yet comfortable.
The whole family will love opening the glass garage doors form the game room to the pool! An outdoor barbecue with hot tub, separate gated entrances for the main house and the ohana, plus ample parking make it a keeper.
Terry Alling with Coldwell Banker Island Prop(W) has listed 1440 Halama Street, Kihei, Hawaii for $6.45 million.