USA Hawaii Molokai Maunaloa Listing #51482

Paniolo Hale C1 - Maunaloa, HI

19 reviews
Max. occupancy: 2 1 king bed 1 bedroom 1 bathroom No pets 
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Secluded Corner Condo w/Nature Views, Wrap-Around Lanai, Free WiFi, Shared Pool

Your next escapade to Maunaloa will be unforgettable thanks to this 1,000+ sq. ft., garden/ocean view condo featuring an open floor plan, hardwood floors, wood-planked cathedral ceilings, two skylights, and a magnificent fully-screened, wrap-around 400+ sq. ft. lanai) in Paniolo Hale! Here, you'll enjoy a quiet and private escapade–C-1 is a secluded corner condo (only one neighbor) in a three-unit, single-story bungalow (no noisy upstairs neighbors). It is bounded by several huge monkeypod trees and a banyan tree, which form an enormous overhead tree umbrella, rendering C-1 more like a paradise island private home rather than a crowded condominium hotel room.

Convenience is assured at this charming condo! C-1 is accessible via a ground-floor, private, front-door entry and its floor level (no interior steps), your car’s parking spot, and the solid concrete, short walkway connecting the two, are all on the same street level. No steps to climb, outside or inside. This breezy escapade is dominated by its fully-screened (floor to ceiling) lanai and the uniquely Hawaiiannglass wall, consisting of 18 individual wood-encased sliding glass doors, which open off the bedroom and both exterior sides of the living room to let in the sound of the waves breaking on Kepuhi Beach. The lanai is furnished with comfortable teak-wood cushioned deck chairs and chaise lounge, as well as a large dining table, and when you are not on the beach or hiking, that is where you’ll be - at dawn, sipping a morning cup of Molokai coffee, while listening to the chirps and tweets of the multitude of tropical birds departing their monkeypod trees’ nests, and at dusk, your favorite drink in hand, absorbing the birds’ musical warbles and trills as they return to roost, all while watching the magnificent Hawaiian sunset over the Pacific Ocean.

What's nearby:
Paniolo Hale is surrounded on all sides by elongated, grassy open spaces which, from the mid-1970s until 2008, constituted the 10th through 18th fairways of the now-closed Kaluakoi Championship Golf Course. These unused back nine fairways, together with the adjacent, unused front nine fairways, are contiguous to four magnificent sandy beaches which adorn the property and glorify its tropical aura. This condo is a mere one-minute walk away from the 10th fairway trail which is adjacent to the strikingly beautiful Kepuhi Beach. If you proceed to the left (south), the 10th and the 1st fairway trails lie adjacent to and along the entire length of Kepuhi Beach. Continuing in the same direction, a stroll down the 3rd fairway trail leads you to Papohaku Beach, the longest white sand beach in the state of Hawaii, and, if you desire to continue southward, the 4th fairway trail lies adjacent to and along a portion of the beach’s three-mile length. If, however, instead of turning left, you turn right (north) off the 10th fairway onto the 11th and 12th fairway trails, you’ll be trekking for several minutes along a rocky formation dotted with tide pools until unfolding before your eyes, will be Make Horse (dead horse) Beach, a romantic (despite its name), wide sandy beach, bounded by Keawe trees which provide comfortable shade from the ever-present Hawaiian sun. Walk up the 13th fairway trail, turn toward the ocean and climb up the small hill in front of you, and you’ll arrive at two coves, bounded by towering rocky walls, which shelter small sandy beaches in a scene straight out of the South Pacific.

This property is managed by Vacasa Vacation Rentals of Hawaii, LLC.

County permit number: 510030110009

State/province tax number: TA-166-220-6976-01
State/province tax number: GE-166-220-6976-01

You must be 21 years or older to rent this property.



Washer/dryer : Private

Heating & cooling

Central AC
Partial AC

House rules

Not suitable for children

Kitchen & dining





Ocean view

Beach access





On-site activities

Pool : Shared


Gas grill : Shared


Beach towels


Shared Charcoal Grill

Safety & accessibility

Limited mobility access



Map showing the location of the Unit

19 reviews