Waterfront Homes: Beautiful, Hawaiian Beach Bungalow

This beach bungalow in Maui, Hawaii was completed back in 1982 and has been beautifully maintained over the years. Ocean views, a heated swimming pool and a rock waterfall invite the owners to embrace sand and surf, while four bedrooms and four baths inside give them room to relax.

Photo By: Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Beach Bungalow in Maui, Hawaii

Anyone who's been to Maui, Hawaii knows that the island is a visual wonder, complete with gorgeous waterfalls, bamboo forests and long stretches of golden beaches. This bungalow on Papaua Point in Napili embraces that natural beauty with panoramic views of the ocean.

Aerial View of Scenic Surroundings

From high up, one can see that the home is surrounded by lush greenery and has a surf spot out front. Whether the owners want to sunbathe or catch some waves, the property anticipates their every need.

Tropical Exterior With Wood

Though designed by architect Kendrick Bangs Kellog and completed in 1982, this tropical retreat has been beautifully maintained over the years. The home's exterior features warm wood work, while the interior boasts four bedrooms, four baths, skylights and a rock-lava fireplace.

Tropical Foyer Rich With Texture

A large, handcrafted door makes a great first impression on visitors, as its warm design easily complements a wood accent wall. The rest of the foyer is rich with raw texture, too, like the cement console table and rock wall that extends down the hallway.

Living Room Inspired by the Beach

Taking cues from the home's tropical surroundings, the designers outfitted the living room with seashell pillows, colorful throws and floral sofa covers. Floor-to-ceiling windows fill the space with natural light and help bring the breeze inside.

Dining Room With Ocean Views

Wood beams, tile floors and a rock accent wall ensure that the dining room looks cohesive with the rest of the house. Meanwhile, the table sits before a wall of windows so that the owners and their guests can enjoy dinner and drinks with views of the ocean.

Breezy Dining Space by the Ocean

Just off the kitchen, double doors open onto a breezy balcony. Here, eight chairs surround the long wood table and so give the owners room for dining al fresco.

Serene Master Suite With Balcony

After a long day out in the sun, the owners can retreat upstairs to this serene master bedroom. A large bed with soft blue-and-white linens makes a comfortable crash pad, while a private patio invites the owners to catch the sunset.

Wood Balcony Works Overtime

This beautiful balcony works overtime, with room upstairs for watching the sunset and lounge chairs below for relaxing by the water. Palm trees and other native plants ensure each space feels private.

Comfortable, Covered Lounge Area

On this private patio, four lounge chairs overlook the lawn and water. Wood beams overhead provide shade from the sun and keep the space comfortable year-round.

Swimming Pool Overlooks Ocean

With lush vegetation all around and views of the ocean in the distance, this swimming pool becomes the perfect place to relax. The heated water doesn't hurt, either.

Waterfall Offers Ambient Sound

As if this Hawaiian beach house weren't enticing enough, a rock waterfall provides some soothing ambient sound. Flowering plants surround the feature and further the sense of a private paradise.

Plants Surround Rock Waterfall

From this angle, the rock waterfall is nearly invisible, which makes it feel like a hidden gem on the property. Plants layer the space for a touch of color and privacy.

Beach House Includes Safety Features

Wood posts with rope between them serve as a safety barrier, preventing guests from wandering out onto the rocks. Meanwhile, tall palms draw the eye across the water to the other side of the island.

Sandy Cove and Surf Spot

Thanks to the home's waterfront location, guests can see for miles out across the ocean. On sunny days, they might even want to explore the cove or catch some waves.

Beautiful Beach House at Sunset

Is there anything better than watching the sunset over Maui? As the sky fades from bright blue to pink and purple, the owners can sit back on their balcony and take in the stellar visuals.

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