|Minimum Stay||3 - 5 nights|
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This is a lovely one bedroom, 2 bath condo with open beam ceilings and hardwood floors. Ground floor level has a treetop view living area with a large screened lanai, kitchen,full bath, and dining/living room with flat screen TV/VCR, high speed internet/ Wi Fi, and a Queen sized bed which also serves as a second lounge couch. Upstairs has a private spa-like bath with enclosed washer and dryer, and a master bedroom with a King sized bed, TV, CD player and balcony. All recently remodeled with newly tiled kitchen and baths, freshly painted and decorated with a sophisticated, tropical flair. Aloha from our Molokai Treehouse by the Sea.
Paniolo Hale itself is located on Molokai's west end just steps from the ocean. Kepuhi Beach is right out front and great for winter surfing and summer swimming/snorkeling and just relaxing. To the left from Kepuhi and across the old golf course is Papohako Beach… the longest white sand beach in the state of Hawaii. Papohaku is too rough for swimming in the winter months, but searching for sea shells and watching the waves break are awesome ways to spend time there. A short walk to the right of Kepuhi brings you to Make Horse Beach with lots of tide pools for taking a cold tub, exploring or letting the little ones catch tiny fish. For great ocean scenery, there's also a hike to the point.
This unit is listed for sale at $ 239,900. Some showings might happen while you are staying there.
Island wise, we're located:
5 minutes from Maunaloa town where there is a small market open daily to 5PM;
15 minutes from the airport;
20 minutes from the Cook House with indoor/outdoor dining, the coffee plantation, Coffees of Hawaii, with Coffee/ snack bar, gift shop, and other shops nearby: and
30 minutes from Kaunakakai town, the hub for grocery shopping, mini markets, restaurants, equipment rentals, and county offices.
Since there's no traffic problem on Molokai, it's an hour drive to the East end of Molokai where there
are more great little beaches, stops for Takeout foods at markets along the way, and a playground for a kiddie break if need be at One Alii Beach Park..
There are many things to see and do on Molokai, and most are all outdoors. Paddlers can rent a kayak or stand up boards and paddle over our barrier reef. Molokai is about outdoor activity and entertaining yourselves-always careful to respect Hawaii's surf conditions.
Come see! Come stay!
Hawaii State Tax ID# TA-197-369-6512-01