HOUSE HARE MOA
The Moa, the Polynesian chicken which arrived with the first explorers and settlers of the Island, has always represented an important source of sustenance, in addition to the use of its feathers for clothing and adornment. The Hare Moa are constructions that were used to safeguard the “Moa” and can still be seen on your archaeological tours.
Details: the “Hare Moa” house has 146 m2 (1577 sq. ft.) distributed in 2 bedrooms with ample closets (the master bedroom has a bath en suite), a kitchen which opens onto a dining area, a living room / lounge, a second bathroom, terrace, pantry, laundry room, storeroom, covered parking and a good sized garden with a panoramic view to the Pacific Ocean.