Our journey through the wonderful island of Maui is complete, and now we can move on to explore the other two islands that fall under the umbrella of Maui County real estate, starting with Molokai. The community living on the "Friendly Isle" is similar to Hana in that both places are enriched by deep Hawaiian cultural roots. In Maui County, you'll find the most authentic Hawaiian cultural experience in both these places, but Molokai's population, while small, is much larger than that of the sleepy little town of Hana. That being said, Molokai is one of those places where everybody seems to know everybody else, providing a strong sense of security and comfort to those who live there.
Molokai is located west of Maui, and it's the fifth largest island in Hawaii. If pristine natural beauty is your preference, then the limited development here be a great lure for you. Getting from one place to another is relatively quick and easy, as the island is about ten miles across at its widest point and thirty-eight miles in length. You may want all-wheel-drive to reach the more rugged areas.
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As for Molokai real estate, you'll find a small number of homes, but with a wide price range and no shortage of character. You can expect the same from Molokai condos. This is just a brief overview of what to expect from Molokai living, so please contact us if you would like our assistance or more information. Mahalo for reading this week, and don't forget to check in next Friday for our final stop at the island of Lanai.
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