Unit has been recently renovated including, custom cabinets, granite counter tops in kitchen and bath, all new appliances, and Kohler fixtures in brushed nickel. Bathroom has walk-in shower with art-deco glass block wall, raised sink and comfort level commode for ease of access for people of all ages and those with special needs. Living room and bedroom have mirrored closet doors, ceiling fans and a/c units. Hardwood and tiled floors throughout with an Indich design custom area rug in the living room that sets the tropical theme. Living room has a chaise style sofa that makes into a queen size bed. Wicker and cane baskets, end-tables and chairs complement the theme. Our condo is bright, cheerful, and has fabulous ocean views!
Hawaii Transient Accommodations Tax ID #W00089178-01
My wife and I lived in this property for 24 years and loved being there. We would still be living there if not for the fact that our only child, a daughter, settled in western MA and started producing grandchildren. I worked in media and owned a small publishing business with visitor magazines on multiple islands for almost 20 years. Before that I was the Sales Manager of KMVI radio station, now part of the Pacific Radio Group. Currently I am an underwriting salesperson for New England Public Radio broadcasting out of the 5 Colleges at UMass in Amherst.
Tanya was a planned unit development and association manager, highly qualified to manage condominium associations as VP and General Manager of the Maui branch of the largest property managment company in Hawaii. At the end of her career, she left property management, went back to college and worked as a teacher with Hawaii Job Corps. Now she's retired and takes care of our grandson every Thursday, an activity she thoroughly loves.
We were renting 506 in Island Sands, a 2 bedroom, prior to 1986. When 203 came on the market, we decided we loved the complex and we really liked the view from that side and height of the building better so we put in an offer that was accepted and lived there from then on.
Maalaea is just a wonderful place to live. It is close to everything yet fairly private. The building is concrete so you don't hear the neighbors like you might in a wooden building though sometimes it's challenging to hang a picture on the wall! The beach is an easy walk down the street and so is Maalaea Harbor and the Ocean Center.