Hawaiiana Hale at Ōma'opio Ridge (Lot 3)

Status:
This home has been sold and is no longer available.

Lot 3, Phase I Home - Front of house.
 
Lot 3, Phase I Home - Back of house.

 

Architectural Inspiration:
This home was designed to reflect the tradition of Hawaiian houses that were constructed in the early 1900s -- simple, elegant homes built of available materials. The best known architect of that era was C.W. Dickey, who designed many homes on Maui, and this home, with its distinctive split-pitch roof, is a tribute to his legacy.

Amenities Include:
Water fountain in entry courtyard, imperial-plastered walls, almost two feet thick à la Italian country villas. Top-of-the-line all-electric kitchen appliances by GE Monogram; Maytag washer and dryer; reverse-osmosis water filters in the kitchen and master bath. The first owner constructed a separate studio/Ohana, and the current owners have added a swimming pool.

Area:
Total Home: 3,600 sq. ft. plus covered lanai of 700 sq. ft.
Garage: 480 sq. ft.

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From the master bedroom lanai the sweeping view includes Mā‘alaea Bay, the West Maui Mountains, and the North Shore. This is the typical view from all of Ōma'opio Ridge’s lots.
The view through the fountain courtyard up toward Haleakalā.
Taken from the living room toward the dining room and courtyard, this picture shows the thick Imperial plaster walls and polished stained concrete floors.