About Hawaii

Hawaii

imgHawaii was the last state to be admitted to the Union and is the only one to exist completely separate from another mainland. Geologically the islands are a collection of volcanic features. While other landmasses often shrink, the Hawaiian Islands are distinguished for their ability to grow, thanks to the continual production of lava, the substrata for the islands. In fact, consider the unique ecosystems of these volcanic and tropical islands, in combination with their remoteness to any other landmass, it seems amazing to realize the collection of flora and fauna extant on the islands. As impressive as the evolution has been, though, overdevelopment has made many of the native plants and animals endangered. Hawaii now has the dubious honor of having the longest list of endangered species in proportion to its size.

As far as population goes, Hawaii leads the Union in multicultural residents, number of Asian Americans and a surprising lack of Hispanics, proportionately. Also, if you seek good, clean living, Hawaii now boasts the longest life expectancy of any other state. Besides English, the state recently added the Hawaiian language as the alternative official language. This is why many place names are now given in English and in their Hawaiian version. Native Hawaiians comprise a subset of Polynesians.

Hawaii’s educational system is quite distinct as well. While other states have decentralized public school systems, or those run by local municipalities, Hawaii’s has remained governed by the state’s singular Department of Education.

Pearl Harbor was, and still is, a key Pacific Naval Base. On December 7, 1941, the Japanese attacked it in a brutal and unexpected air strike. This singular event officially launched the U.S. into the midst of World War II. Today Pearl Harbor is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the state.

  Hawaii in Numbers:
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img Horse Population: Approximately 7,000
img Total Economic Impact: over $ -- billion
img Population: 1,275,194
img Land area: 6,423 sq. miles
img Capital: Honolulu
img Counties: 5
img Highest Point : Mouna Kea: 13,796 feet
img Lowest Point : Pacific Coast: sea level
img 10 largest Cities :
 
  • Honolulu : 371,657
  • Hilo : 40,759
  • Kailua : 36,513
  • Kaneohe : 34,970
  • Waipahu : 33,108
  • Pearl City : 30,976
  • Waimalu : 29,371
  • Mililani Town : 28,608
  • Kahului : 20,146
  • Kihei : 16,749
 
$4,275,000
35 Acres of Oceanfront in Maui with World Renowned Horse Ranch

Wailuku, Maui County, Hawaii


$500,000 price reduction. Seller says sell! Ocean front Amazing Equestrian Dream. Priced to sell immediately. If you have been waiting for the perfect horse property, this is it. Currently, a world known ranch offering over 35 acres of land, multiple horse trails, arenas, stables, and unsurpassed views anywhere on Maui. Ride your horse down to the ocean frontage and enjoy the views, whales jumping, and cool Maui Breezes. This property is located in one of the most special places in all of Maui. The home is beautifully appointed with cherry hard wood floors, granite kitchen, and travertine in the bath. The best part is the wrap around lanai that takes in the breathtaking direct ocean front views. You can't help but fall in love with this beautiful property from the moment you step foot through the large stone fence and ranch arch. The property has a meeting area, car ports, multiple barns, and fantastic stables. There is plenty of parking for you and your guests. Keep the property just for yourself and your horses or use it as this is a turn key business. Property can be sold with horses. Your natural retreat if filled with beautiful animals including horses, peacocks, bunnies, chickens, and ducks. You can’t find a better deal on all of Maui. DON’T WAIT. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity so don’t miss it! Make your offer today.

Maria Sims , eXp Realty

35.29 ACRES
4 BEDROOMS
4 BATHROOMS
3557 SQ FT

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