Wailuku Homes for Sale
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Wailuku is perhaps one of the most beautiful towns in Maui. It sits in the shadows of the West Maui Mountains amongst rich and lush greenery and history as lush as its vegetation. There's a charming downtown area that is home to the county seat of Maui it is full of charming historic buildings and is one of the most unique commercial areas on the island. It is just 10 minutes west of the airport in Kahului making it one of the best-located quieter gems of the island.
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More About Wailuku Central Maui Hawaii
In the western foothills of the lush leeward side of the West Maui Mountains is the old town of Wailuku. This area is full of some of the most charming historic places on the island of Maui. And with the revitalization project, new life has been breathed into the area. It offers a great mix of the rich and intriguing elements of Hawaii's history along with new modern amenities that make this the best small town on the island. It is easy to see why those that live here have fallen in love with this Maui town.
Things to Do in Wailuku Maui
This may be a small and quieter piece of Maui but it is bustling with amazing and interesting things to do.
Exploring Market Street
Market Street is home to the famous wooden store fronts in the town. This is something that every local should experience at least once. market Streets gives the chance to take in the charming old architecture and enjoy charming new local boutiques simultaneously. Meander through local mom-and-pop shops that have been serving unique treats for generations and selling items you won't find anywhere else.
This theater has been standing since 1927 and once hosted big celebrities including Bing Crosby and Bob Hope during World War II. The theater stopped its productions in 1973 after showing a controversial production. The building still stands today and has something to marvel with its Spanish mission-style architecture.
This house has been around since 1833 and is home to one of the most interesting history museums in the area it was once the home of one of Maui's most prominent families that were missionaries to the area at the time. You can peruse Hawaiian artifacts, furnishings, art pieces, quilts, and more. You can also purchase a one-of-a-kind souvenir at the gift store.
Rediscover Wailuku Tour
This is a fun tour that takes you through all of the fascinating historical and cultural sites in the town. You will see some of the areas listed above in the things to do category as well as the 180-year-old Kaahumanu Church and many other fascinating historic hotspots. It is a great way to learn about all of the rich histories of the town.
This outdoor recreational spot may be one of the area's most notable features. The valley is the place to find the 2250-foot-tall Iao Needle. This is one of the wettest places on the globe inside a dramatic mountain crevice where you can sometimes take in thousand-foot-tall waterfalls in the wettest of seasons. In addition to this area are many great hiking spots all throughout the mountains that overlook the small town.
This is a smaller park located within the Lowell Valley State Park and is a great place to enjoy the outdoors without making it a whole day's adventure. The park celebrates the migrant worker and multiple cultures that contributed to the growth and prosperity of the island of Maui. The lao stream flows behind the park and is a fun place to go wading.
An affordable game of golf can be played here according to Maui standards and it is a favorite course to find local golfers. This course offers amazing ocean views as well as a challenging game with less crowding at a lower price tag.
Schools in Wailuku
There are some great schools with smaller teacher to student ratios in the town of Wailuku. Some of these schools include Saint Anthony Catholic School. Hawaii Technology Academy, Henry Perrine Baldwin High School, and Wailuku Elementary.
Real Estate in Wailuku
Real estate in the town of Wailuku is much more affordable than other areas of Maui. There is a nice variety of real estate styles and property sizes in Wailuku. You can find everything from low maintenance condominiums and townhomes to large single-family homes in sprawling neighborhoods. There's even some land left to build on in the area.
Finding Available Homes for Sale in Wailuku Hawaii
You can find current available homes for sale in Wailuku using the listing links above. For more information on any property or to schedule a private showing please contact us anytime. We are also happy to start a customized search for Wailuku homes that meet your specific wants and needs. We are here to help you find a Maui home that you love.