New pricing reduces inventory
Since the developer announced new pricing on select estate lots in Ka`anapali Coffee Farms, buyers’ interest has been at an all-time high. Recently, Lots 15 and 26 were sold, and the real estate buzz continues over these exceptional offerings. Now is the time to take advantage of this extraordinary opportunity with four- to seven-acre lots starting from $525,000.
Good news amidst coffee industry’s ‘Perfect Storm’
MauiGrown Coffee, growers of the only certified 100 percent MAUI Origin coffee in the world, anticipates a good year. Although they estimate a short crop in 2011 — 230,000 pounds of green coffee versus 323,000 pounds the previous year — they’ll still come out ahead thanks to the global coffee market’s “perfect storm.” Factors which are helping to boost business for growers like MauiGrown Coffee are directly linked to the scarcity of coffee worldwide, the recent inventory reduction of Hawaiian coffee and consumers’ growing demand for specialty coffees.
MauiGrown Coffee farms approximately 400 acres set amidst the spectacular Ka`anapali Coffee Farms community. Lot owners enjoy their own mature coffee orchard — just one of the many perks of living at Ka`anapali Coffee Farms.
A tank with history
If you haven’t visited Ka`anapali Coffee Farms lately, you’re in for a treat! A recent beautification project has put back the shine on the old Ka`anapali Water Company Sand Filter Tank. Located at the entry to this community, the old filter tank on Wili Kope Road is a remnant of West Maui’s past, marking the transition from a once-thriving sugar plantation to resort development.
Self tours of Ka`anapali Coffee Farms are available seven days a week, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. See the model home open house Wednesdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, call (808) 662-0000 or Rohn Stark, R(B), of Prudential Maui Realtors at (808) 870-5571, or visit www.KaanapaliCoffeeFarms.com.
The master planned community of Ka`anapali Coffee Farms offers expansive homesites set amidst your own coffee orchard. Photo by Randy Miller.