Historic Baldwin Estate

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Maui Historic Baldwin Estate

Maui Historic Baldwin Estate

Historic Hawaiian Estate. Continuously occupied since the mid 1800’s, this plantation style home is the former family estate of the Baldwin Family, one of the original missionaries to settle in Hawaii. Queen Liliuokalani, the last Hawaiian monarch, attended a Luau on the property in the 1800’s. The original home was built in 1878. The main residence is believed to have been built in 1924 and has been remodeled and expanded over the years. The property consists of 2 parcels totaling approximately 39 acres with a 9613 sq. ft. main residence, a guest cottage, and three caretakers residences. The 39 manicured acres are abundant with rare tropical plants and trees from around the world. This is a legacy estate with sweeping ocean views. Offered for sale for $9,900,000. Contact Scott Innes or David Rooks to schedule a preview for qualified buyers.
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Parcel 1:  18 acres w/ main residence, guest cottage, tennis court & pool

Main Residence:  9,613 interior living
10 beds / 10.5 baths
Guest Cottage:  597 interior living
1 bed / 1 bath

Parcel 2:  20 acres w/ caretakers cottages & shop

Caretaker’s Cottage:  1,853 interior living
3 beds / 2 baths
Cottage 2:  936 interior living
3 beds / 1 bath
Cottage 3:  730 interior living
2 beds / 1 bath

4 waters meters & private well
Oversized swimming pool
Tennis court
Children’s tree/play house
Over 120 species of trees
Elevation 400 feet +/-

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Scott Innes has been selling Maui real estate since 2003 and loves working with buyers and sellers. Whether he is helping buyers find their dream home or sellers market their property effectively in todays market, Scott saves his clients time and money.

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