Kama’aina know this land in Upcountry Maui of as Erehwon —an expansive cattle ranch, whose name spelled backwards, is “Nowhere.” Comprised of 3,285 acres, Erehwon Ranch rises from approximately 4,000 foot elevation to 10,000 feet, just below the observatory at the top of Haleakala. Expansive multi-island and mountain views in every direction. These verdant gently rolling acres of pastureland lend perfectly to continued ranching, farming and the creation of a private legacy estate. Once owned by Robert Gordon “Boy” (1896 to 1976) and Mary von Tempsky, this property is deeply rooted to Maui’s cattle ranching history. Back in the early 1900’s, the name Erehwon may have seemed appropriate as Maui was a mere speck of land in the middle of the Pacific. Today, Maui is a very special place on Earth and Erehwon Ranch is far from nowhere. The Upper section is zoned Conservation and the lower portion is zoned Agriculture. The bulk of the land has been leased for cattle grazing. An older Tudor style home resides on approximately 9.2 acres (TMK 2-2-3-5-07). This listing also includes a small remnant parcel of approximately 1,200 square feet (TMK 2-2-3-5-14). Many possibilities exist for a parcel of this size. Property includes 2 (1” and a 1.5”) water meters. ABSOLUTELY DO NOT ENTER PROPERTY WITHOUT APPOINTMENT!!
Listing courtesy of Island Sotheby's Int'l Rlty(M).
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