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Old 06-29-2010, 12:09 AM
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Hi,

I'm In Haiku right now, and its ok, but would like something more "clean feeling" ... no dis-respect, it's hard to explain, just not my style I guess. I'm more into manicured lots with clean cars in the driveway... and notice again I'm just saying how it is in alot of Haiku. I know there are Haiku country estates, and the other new development which is gated ( forgot the name ) but most of Haiku is kinda to laid back for me. And the rain is also pretty heavy...

Is Kula a better bet, or what should I be looking at in upcountry? Paia is way to hippie and crowded, and Makawao seems a little to crowed and expensive for land ( trying to say under 900k )

I'm looking for a quiet place with 1-2 acres, and just more of a sense of neighboorhood feel, without being up your neighbors nose.. My GF is a writer, and I do work from home to get you a sense of feel, and I have dogs which need land..

thanks for any thoughts, and criticism
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Old 06-29-2010, 10:56 AM
 
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Have you checked out Maui Meadows?
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Old 06-29-2010, 02:52 PM
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Generally, Kula is more expensive than Haiku, so I'm not sure you'll find a nice, tidy 1-2 acre lot with home for under 900K. At that price point for that much land, you'll probably find the same things that are making you think of moving. If you can sacrifice the acreage, then I'd suggest some of the Kula neighborhoods (Kula Malu, Kula Kai) or the Pukalani neighborhoods towards the back of the golf course (Ala Apapa St.).
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Old 06-29-2010, 09:59 PM
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^ thank you guys

I will look into those neighborhoods you mentioned
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