Molokai Homes for Sale

Molokai HI homes for SaleMolokai is a small island off the coast of Maui Hawaii. It is considered as one of a collection of three islands that make up the total of Maui or what is officially called Maui Nui. It retains much of its natural beauty and is known as a place to spend some quiet time enjoying Hawaii in its purest form. 

Included below are homes for sale and real estate in Molokai, HI.

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Molokai November 28, 2022
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Listed
145
Avg. DOM
$582.13
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$259,800
Med. List Price
7 Properties
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Molokai Maui Hawaii

Molokai is Hawaii's fifth largest island and is considered one of three islands that make up Maui, officially known as Maui Nui. Molokai is smaller in land mass as compared to other islands in Hawaii. It is 38 miles long and only 10 miles across at the widest spot. On Molokai, you will find the highest sea cliffs in the world and the world's longest continuous fringing reef. 

The culture and atmosphere of Molokai remain very natural and rural, on this small and seemingly unspoiled island you will find the largest population belongs to Native Hawaiians that focus on preserving their heritage and rural lifestyle. Some call Molokai the island where Hawaii's past comes to life. 

Molokai Areas of Interest

Quiet Beaches

Molokai is home to miles of sandy beaches and one of Hawaii's longest white sand beaches, Papohaku Beach Park. The beaches of Molokai are very quiet and often you may feel you are the only one out on the beach. Make sure to use caution as there are no lifeguards. It is important to make sure you are aware of the current weather and surf conditions before enjoying the most beautiful and quiet of Hawaii's beaches. Other beaches on the island of Molokai include Kapukaheu Beach, Kumimi Beach Park, Kawili Beach, and One Ali'i Beach Park

Kalaupapa National Historical Park

This is a beautiful natural preserve with a very interesting history. It is remembered as a site with roots from 1866. Its earliest memories are of a place where 8000 people were imprisoned by King Kamehameha V because of a breakout of Hansen's Disease which today is more commonly known as leprosy. 

Anyone with leprosy on the island at the time was banished to this area of Molokai to pass away isolated from those in good health. Today it is a beautiful area of preserved natural land where you can learn about the history and enjoy undeveloped Hawaii. 

Kapuaiwa Coconut Grove

Named after King Kamehameha V whose name was Lot Kapuaiwa. It is a 10-acre beachfront grove of coconut trees that were planted in the 1860s. There is one tree planted for each warrior in the royal family. It is considered sacred land. Over half of the grove has been replanted since the original trees as they only live for 60 to 80 years, but some of the original trees are still standing today. 

Halawa Valley

One of the most popular and beautiful areas to hike in Hawaii. You can learn from hiking guides about the history of the very people that were born and raised on the land. It is a cultural experience you will never forget that is great for the entire family. 

Real Estate on Molokai

The variety of properties on Molokai is as varied and interesting as its rich history and retention of the original culture. Properties on Molokai are expectedly quiet and in rural settings. You can find everything from condos in small and simple communities, to small plantation-style homes, to large and very private beachfront estates. Molokai is home to some of the most affordable waterfront properties in Hawaii 

Finding Homes for Sale on Molokai

If you are looking for available Molokai real estate listings feel free to browse the above-included listings on this page. If you would like more detailed information or have a question about any of the above Molokai Maui properties please contact us anytime. We can also start a customized home search to meet your specific search criteria. We are knowledgeable in all Maui real estate and are here to help you find a Maui home you love.

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