Paniolo Hale condominiums are nestled away on nine lushly landscaped acres with many mature trees. Seventy-six units of varying sizes are clustered in twenty-one town houses. The batten-trimmed plywood walls provide an element of rusticity which cut-shingle gable roofs originally enhanced. Zinc-coated aluminum shingles replaced the wood shingles in 1998, but have not detracted from the character of the complex. The spacious one- and two-story units feature open ceilings and screened lanai. Double bifold doors allow each unit's living room and kitchen to flow onto screened lanai, creating a casual outdoor atmosphere.
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