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Kaanapali Plantation

Located on Kaanapali’s Hillside fronting the Kaanapali Golf Course is Kaanapali Plantation, a 62-unit condominium development on 10 acres, built in 1970. The units are spread across 16 two-story plantation style buildings. Units feature ocean and golf course views and there are 1, 2, and 3-bedroom floor plans available and the floor plans range from 1096 SF – 1545 SF. There is a pool and club house area along with a tennis and pickleball court.  Short-term vacation rentals are permitted and approximately half of the units are being used as short-term rentals (2022). 

Kahehili Beach, or Airport Beach is just down the hill and across the street. This is a wonderful beach for swimming, paddle boarding, or simply watching the sunset. 

Projects: The HOA has been replacing some of the roofs on the buildings as needed in recent years.  


Address: 150 Puukolii Rd., Lahaina, HI 
Number of units: 62
Land Tenure: Fee Simple 
Year Built: 1970
Zoning: R-2/ PUD (residential/ planned unit development)
Community Plan Designation: MF (multi-family)
Short-term nightly vacation rentals: Yes*
2023 approximate HOA fees: $1,267 - $1,385 / month
HOA Fee Covers: water, sewer, trash collection, pest control, landscaping and common area maintenance, parking, common insurance, and capital reserve contributions. 
Pets: Indoor cats, fish, and birds are allowed. No dogs, except for service animals
Air-conditioning: Yes. Air-conditioning is permitted, and it is up to the individual unit owner to install if desired. Some units have central air conditioning, or window, or split system AC’s. 
Parking: 2 uncovered parking spaces per unit. Owners can store a car onsite if desired. 
Storage: No outside storage, other than storage for bikes 
Elevator: No
BBQ: Electric and propane BBQ’s are permitted on individual lanais  
Association Management: Hawaiiana

 
 
This information was compiled at time of writing as a helpful resource only and the information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed, and is subject to change. Buyers should always do their own due diligence to confirm all details material to their purchase. Buyers and owners are advised to refer to current condominium documents for community information and financials, and abide by all current Federal, County, City, and State laws as well as Community Association and HOA bylaws and rules, regulations.

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