Lot E -- 156 Ikena Kai Place, Kula, HI 96790

Status:

This lot has been sold and is no longer available.  It was offered at $695,000.

Description:

This is the most secluded lot in Ōma'opio Ridge, with a long driveway to the relatively level home site. There are Kihei shoreline views to the southwest, over banana and Plumeria trees in the Kula Ag Park on the other side of Pohakuokala Gulch, and a good Haleakalā view toward Ulupalakua. The lot is suitable for either a 1-story or a 2-story home.

 
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A view of Haleakala Mountain from Lot E.

A view of Haleakalā Mountain from Lot E.

A view of Mā‘alaea bay from Lot E.  The West Maui Mountains are at the right, with the island of Lana’i barely visible behind.  The small Panini cactus at the left and the grass line mark the edge of Pohakuokala Gulch.

A view of Mā‘alaea bay from Lot E. The West Maui Mountains are at the right, with the island of Lana'i barely visible behind. The small Panini cactus at the left and the grass line mark the edge of Pohakuokala Gulch.

A view of the West Maui Mountains from Lot E.

A view of the West Maui Mountains from Lot E.

This photo was taken from inside one of the rock overhangs at the bottom of Pohakuokala Gulch.

This photo was taken from inside one of the rock overhangs at the bottom of Pohakuokala Gulch.

One of the ancient petroglyphs that have been carved into the rock face at the bottom of Pohakuokala Gulch.  Archaeologists report that there are 13 figures in the petroglyph, including dogs and hula dancers.

One of the ancient petroglyphs that have been carved into the rock face at the bottom of Pohakuokala Gulch.  Archaeologists report that there are 13 figures in the petro glyph, including dogs and hula dancers.

A September sunset viewed from Lot E.

A September sunset viewed from Lot E.

 
Note: The southwestern boundary of Lot E is the centerline of Pohakuokala Gulch. There are some sites of archaeological significance in the gulch that must be protected, according to the Hawaii State Historic Preservation Division. These include the cave and the petroglyphs in the photographs above. For details, click here.
 
Please contact Wendy Peterson
for updated details on the pricing of the lots.