Tastefully renovated. Lower Village, Greenbelt
Hawai Tax ID: TA-148-748-0832-01
Perfect Ekahi condo, tastefully renovated! Bamboo hardwood floors recently installed in the living area. Air conditioning in the living room and bedroom. Free local calls and free long distance to the US mainland and Canada. Wireless Internet in the unit since you have to stay connected, even on vacation! Ipod...
player, so bring your favorite music. Sleeps 4 in comfort (5 with the blow-up mattress), with 2 full bathrooms. 3-day minimum stay unless the calendar has a 2-day gap.
Center lower unit in building 13, so no stairs to deal with, and a short, level walk from the parking lot. We have the largest lanai in Ekahi (with 2 chaise lounges, loveseat, gas barbeque, table & 4 chairs), which opens directly onto a lawn. A quiet and secluded adult pool is close by, and the family pool, pavilion, and Keawakapu beach are just a few steps beyond.
Ekahi is probably Wailea's best condominium development - conveniently located, beautifully kept, with excellent on-site management, and friendly (but very alert) security. It is less than 18 miles or 30 minutes from Kahului airport. You'll probably drive slower, just to soak in the feeling of being on the island!
Ekahi attracts many full-time residents as well as vacationers. It is a mature, peaceful, well-managed condominium complex with beautifully-maintained grounds. Facing west, you'll enjoy fabulous sunsets at all times of the year! Staying in our unit at Ekahi, you'll understand why the locals say "Maui No Ka Oi" ("Maui is the Best").
We bought this unit from delightful long-term resident owners. Lauren personally supervised a major remodel of it, adding exquisite furnishings and air conditioning! She updates it every 6 months, recently installing bamboo hardwood floors in the living area and new cabinet facings in the kitchen and bathrooms.
I was delighted when I found out recently that Ekahi had been designed by the highly-respected San Francisco architectural firm of Esherick, Homsey, Dodge and Davis (EHDD). As an architectural researcher, I wrote an article several years ago on their founder Joe Esherick, which I would be happy to send you.