Sweeping views and a sustainable design make this contemporary plantation home, constructed in 2014, something special. Lofty and light filled, this authentically charming residence boasts 10- and 12-foot ceilings, clean white walls, lustrous hardwood floors, double-hung windows, vintage details and custom woodwork. Designed and built by its owner, a professional woodworker, this three-bedroom, two-bath residence is awash in exotic woods, including monkeypod, teak, cedar, pine and Douglas fir. Natural light is a constant presence in the living and dining rooms, as well as the kitchen—an inviting space anchored by a center island, concrete countertops and custom-made cabinetry. The master bedroom on the main floor features a custom closet and is flanked by a master bath accented with a soaking tub and hand-hewn cabinets. A sleek monkeypod staircase ascends to two large bedrooms, a bathroom with a walk-in shower and ample closet and storage space on the second floor. Outside, a spacious covered lanai looks out toward the Pacific Ocean and manicured rolling lawns compose the picture-perfect grounds. Sustainable features include a rainwater catchment system, photovoltaic panels and green building materials. The property is ideally located just a stone’s throw from the Pauwela Cannery, a few minutes away from Haiku Town, a short drive from Paia Town and 20 minutes from Kahului Airport.