Real Estate

The Baldwin Estate in Haʻikū

January 13, 2015, 1:02 PM HST
* Updated January 13, 1:06 PM
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Photo by Victoria Hoag.

Photo by Victoria Hoag.

By Alexandra Mitchell

The Baldwin Estate is not just the most expensive luxury property on Maui (price upon request), it is a notable wonder that’s rich in Hawaiian colonial architectural elements.

Occupied by the Baldwin family since the mid-1800s, this historic Maui property visually exposes the missionary past of Old Hawai‘i.

The Baldwin Estate encompasses over 39 acres of luscious North Shore Maui land. Stories of grand galas and lū‘au attended by Queen Lili‘uokalani, Hawaiian monarchy, and missionary families are a many.

Located in the heart of Haʻikū, this impeccably maintained property offers a 9,000-square-foot main house, a guest cottage, three caretakers cottages, a swimming pool, a tennis court, a sweet gazebo, and a private water well.


With four Maui County water meters and two TMK parcels, property opportunities are endless for just the right candidate.


Built in 1924, the main house lives and breathes “Hawaiiana” in the most spectacular ways, allowing nostalgia of Old Hawai‘i, and a sense of mystery and decadence to unfold. The principle residence offers details of plantation classicism that are rare and atypical–hardwood flooring, high ceilings, balustrades, grand stairways, an enveloping covered porch, and Victorian detailing inside and out. With 10 bedrooms and 10 1/2 bathrooms, this Haʻikū estate is fit for royalty.

This private, gated Maui estate is a significant piece of Hawaiian history, illustrating a perfect example of antiquity from Hawai‘i’s Kingdom era. The estate is being offered partially furnished.

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