As a continuation of my new feature…..the “Most Expensive Listings in……….”, I am now adding Hawaii to the list.  THe first entru is “The Most Expensive Listings in the island of Maui, HI,”  for July, 2011.  To  see the entire “Most Expensive Listings in……….” series click HERE.  For the details about each listing click on the pictures that follow.

As previously stated, I will continue to add other areas to this feature.  As of today, I am adding “The Most Expensive Listings in Maui, HI.”

The plan is to post a new list every month.  This list will contain the 5 most expensive listing with a link to the details (just click on the picture of the property).  I need to make it clear that these are not necessarily my listings.  On the links, the listing agent will be referenced.

The 5 most expensive home listings in Maui, HI, with pictures and details.

1) $55,000,000 – 0 Haneoo Rd., Hana, HI 96713

2) $23,800,000 – 20 Kai Ala Drive, Lahaina HI 96761

3) $22,000,000 – 6900 Makena Road, Kihei HI 96753

4) $19,500,000 – 5520 Makena Road, Kihei HI 96753

5) $15,900,000 – 4809 Lower Honoapiilani Road, Haiku HI 96708

As of July 16, 2011, the above 5 listings are the Most Expensive Listings on Maui, HI.  These listings are available and active as of the day of this post.

Disclaimer – The “Most Expensive Listings” feature is INFORMATIONAL ONLY.  In all cases, unless otherwise indicated, I am not the listing agent.  You can find the listing agent at the end of each link, however, I would welcome the privilege of working with you to find the home of your dreams or investment property that meets your needs.

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