You could spend the same amount of money acquiring a resort condominium in Wailea and Kaanapali as you would in Kapalua. A key difference with the Kapalua option is its low-key, relaxed ambiance. Its shoreline is not crowded with high rise resort hotels. Its condo options are mostly townhomes that start at the water’s edge and march up the mountain slope – all with magnificent views of the ocean, sunsets and across the channel to Molokai. Kapalua’s tone reflects the spirit of its original developers, folks of the land who were determined to maintain the spirit of Maui, as they transitioned from pineapple farming to resort development. That spirit permeates Kapalua. Quiet, peaceful, lovely.
Another difference from the other major resorts is that Kapalua is not so fully sheltered from the tradewinds as the other resorts are. If you want to live where the sun bakes the land most days, Kapalua may not be for you. It is located on the island’s northern edge, a bit out of the lee created by the West Maui Mountains, so it gets more of a breeze, some more showers, and is more naturally green than the other resort areas. And for sure, it also gets plenty of sunshine. Like its quiet ambiance, that also sets Kapalua apart.
Kapalua has its own unique story and real estate characteristics that make it a special place to live. To find the Kapalua property that best fits your needs, contact the Smith Team. They bring knowledge and experience that will successively guide you to the condo, home, or land to build your dreams on.
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