Without a doubt, Ku’au Bayview is one of the most desired pocket neighborhoods to live in on Maui’s North Shore.
The neighborhood is ideally located in between Historic Pa’ia Town and world famous Ho’okipa Beach Park. From Ku’au Bayview, residents can take a less than 5 minute stroll down Hana Highway into Pa’ia for dinner, organic groceries, shopping and nightlife. If they travel a quick bike ride further, residents will find Pa’ia Bay, Baldwin Beach Park, the Maui Country Club & Golf Course and more.
On Maui’s North Shore, watersports are abundant year round. This area is world famous for waves, beaches and a laid back island life. Surfing, windsurfing, SUP, kite boarding, paddling and spearfishing are part of everyday living. By heading East from Ku’au Bayview, residents can quickly travel to famous North Shore beaches like Tavares Bay, Mama’s, Ho’okipa and a variety of lesser (but, also famously) known watersports hot spots. Before reaching Ho’okipa, residents and guests can easily arrive at Mama’s Fish House, one of the ‘Top 10 Fine Dining Restaurants’ in the U.S. It is a true luxury of conveniences living in this specific area of Maui’s North Shore.
As you can see, Ku’au Bayview’s proximity to Maui’s North Shore hotspots is unpaired. Tucked away in privacy, the neighborhood is also one of the most ideal locales to travel easily to and from OGG Airport, Central, South and West Maui areas.
Many of the homes within this area have gorgeous island views of 10.023 ft Mt. Haleakala, sugarcane fields and the North Shore Maui coastline. Imagine being able to check the surf from your own bedroom window. In Ku’au Bayview, this is most definitely possible.
Homes within Ku’au Bayview were originally offered in 8 models; Plumeria, Hawaiian Rose, Pikake, Ginger, Orchid, Gardenia, New Ilima and Royal Ilima. There are both one and two story homes, 3 or 4 bedrooms, spacious garages, covered lanai’s (decks), and many additional indoor/outdoor conveniences.
Whether you are looking to buy or sell Maui property, this is a neighborhood that is highly coveted. Property appreciation is high, and once a Ku’au Bayview home is active on the market, it does not sit long.
All images above are 25 Hoe Place, a property that was recently sold by Rhonda Smith-Sanchez in the Ku’au Bayview neighborhood