Hale Ilima is named for the native Hawaiian ilima blossoms that abound on this one acre beautifully landscaped property. Like the ilima lei, woven with hundreds of flowers and once reserved for Hawaiian royalty, this property has hundreds of meticulous details woven together to create a stunning retreat. The owners have created a fusion of Hawaiian tropical style with exotic accents from around the world. Perched on a breeze-caressed hilltop, this home was redesigned in 1980 by prominent architect Doug Ackerman. Ackerman added a vaulted 30 foot ceiling, Koa wood bar-top, a wrap-around lanai, rare Ohia posts and a breezeway connecting the main living area to the second bedroom, half bath and outdoor shower. The owners spent two years adding to Ackerman’s vision. They have added a Balinese entry gate, Ipe decking, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. The renovated main bath includes a teak sink with custom made Saguaro cactus faucet, pebble stone flooring, a walk-in shower and a copper tub surrounded by an orchid filled rock wall. The abundant windows throughout the house bring the trade winds and lush Hawaiian gardens indoors. Four terraced levels with historic restored lava rock walls host gardens of various scented and tropical flowers and multiple fruit trees. The rare zoning allows for the addition of multiple dwellings. One owner is also the Listing Realtor.
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Realty Maui-Ka.
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