Remember when life was simple, laidback, and the world seemed to spin a little slower? That timeless charm still exists here in the Sand Hills—an historic enclave of plantation era homes overlooking Maui’s North Shore. Originally built in 1937, this farmhouse style, Wailuku home hearkens back to that halcyon era, when you could walk to the market, play catch in the park, and beat the midday summer heat with mangoes picked right from the yard. The vintage interior is great for hosting friends, where glass doorknobs and Douglas fir floors stand out as classic showpieces. Wander upstairs, past the banister handrail, and gaze out of large, double hung windows that fill the house with natural light and look up toward Iao Valley. The comfortable kitchen is where family recipes are carefully crafted and prepared, before being enjoyed on the outdoor deck for a quiet meal under the stars. Spend lazy days gardening, or working on the landscaping—which awaits the new owner’s inspiration—and the central location means restaurants, shopping, beaches, and schools are all within a few minutes drive. Also included is an adjacent cottage, which can either be used to generate income, or house generations of family.