Kaanapali Homes at The Pinnacle


May 7, 2010

If you’ve already heard of The Pinnacle Kaanapali, we’re not surprised. It’s earned a great deal of attention lately and has become one of the hottest properties in West Maui. What’s so great about it?

1. The views! They are, in a word, breathtaking. From its perch in Kaanapali, the sweeping vistas from Lahaina to Lanai and Molokai are just incredible. Maui is all about natural beauty, and you’ll find no better place from which to soak it all in.

2. The location! From here, you have easy access to gorgeous beaches, world-famous Kaanapali Golf courses, all the amenities of the Kaanapali Resort and all the buzzing activity of Lahaina. The Pinnacle sits on a lush hillside that’s known as the Kaanapali Golf Estates and includes 33 estate-sized custom home sites.

3. Freedom to build! It’s rare to find luxurious and large sites in Kaanapali where buyers can build their own custom homes, but that’s exactly what you can do here. It’s a great opportunity to make your Maui dream home a reality. All the home sites are spacious, between 18,500 and 28,000 square feet so you have room for a beautiful home, swimming pool and setback for privacy.

4. Beautiful and secure grounds! Common areas are an elegant blend of contemporary and Hawaiian styles in a private setting with underground utilities to ensure those lovely clear views. The sophisticated sliding entry gates and internal security system help provide peace of mind for safety.

5. Amenities and activities! Thanks to proximity with the world-renowned Kaanapali Resort, you’ll find everything from tennis, golf and hiking to water sports. There is plenty of shopping to be done, the beaches are divine and the winter whale watching is awe inspiring.

Check out The Pinnacle Kaanapali home listings or land listings to learn more about what’s available now. You may also want a look at the The Pinnacle Kaanapali layout.

If you have any questions or need any assistance, please let us know! You’ll find out contact information at the bottom of the page. Mahalo and thanks for reading this week!

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