This extraordinary, Historic, Upcountry home was designed by the well-known, Maui-born, architect Charles W. Dickey (1871-1942). It is located in a part of Maui known as “Sunnyside” – the area where the plantation owners chose to live due to the great weather in this part of the Island! The main home has three bedrooms, four baths, is 2,968 square feet, and has lovely garden, mountain and ocean views. There is also a studio ohana well separated from the home. The property encompasses a total of just under 7 acres, which includes a host of fruit trees, flowering shrubs and herb gardens. Among the incredible features of this home is its Chef’s Dream Kitchen, which features Wolf and Sub Zero state-of-the-art equipment. Located near the charming town of Makawao, it is close to great restaurants, shopping, Montessori School, Seabury Hall and the historic visual art center, Hui No’eau.