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Hawaiian Homes Land Neighborhood Homes For Sale in Kapolei


Exclusive Oahu Real Estate Information about the Hawaiian Homes Land Neighborhood in Kapolei

The Hawaiian Homes Land neighborhood in Kapolei has 1 listing for sale as of 10/29/ The price range for Active listings is from $, to $, The interior square footage ranges from 1, to 1, The land square feet ranges from 5, to 5,

There are currently 2 listings in escrow. In the last 2 years, there have been 19 listing sold.

There are also 0 listings withdrawn and 1 listings expired in the last 2 years in the Hawaiian Homes Land neighborhood.

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Status: Active

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List Price: $,

Fee: $33

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

List Date:

Address: Kekahili Street

Land: 5,

Year Built:

Days on Market: 7


Beautiful Kanehili Community- Hawaiian Home Lands (buyer must be at least 50% Hawaiian and registered on the Hawaiian Home Lands waitlist). Don't miss this opportunity to be close to everything that Kapolei has to offer (great shopping, dining, and entertainment nearby). This spacious (5 bed, 3 bath) home features and open floor plan and new carpet. The floor plan boasts of 1 full bedroom and bath downstairs. There is a 2 car garage, wonderful yard space, and even Photovoltaic solar system (leased).

Leasehold Lease Rent: $1 /
Buy Fee: $0

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Status: In Escrow Not Showing

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List Price: $,

Fee: $35

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

List Date:

Address: Kinoiki Street

Land: 5,

Year Built:

Days on Market: 14


Rarely available, single-story 3/2 bath home in Kapolei Kanehili Homestead. Large back yard with room to extend or build a large covered patio area to entertain family and friends. Walking distance to Kamakana Ali'i mall, 10 minutes to Aulani Disney, and a few minutes to the freeway. Purchaser must be on the DHHL waitlist, which requires buyers to be 50% Hawaiian. Property to be sold in "As Is" condition. Buyer must have at least 20% down due to appraisal and a pre-approval attached with the offer. No showings:

Leasehold Lease Rent: $1 /
Buy Fee: $0

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Status: In Escrow Not Showing

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List Price: $,

Fee: $42

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

List Date:

Address: Kawaihuna Street

Land: 7,

Year Built:

Days on Market: 64


Welcome home! Seldom available 7, sq. ft. lot with about a foot driveway which allows parking accommodations for at least 10 cars. Desirable private, perimeter location in Ka'upe'a. Comfortable bedroom with full bath on the ground floor level. Master bedroom/bath as well as 2 other bedrooms and a full bath are upstairs. Fertile soils w/amazing fruits, vegetables & herbs - see photos for list.

Just move in: freshly painted inside/out & brand new carpet downstairs. Leased PV system installed a little over 2 years ago so Buyer must agree to the PV lease transfer. Buyer must be at least 50% Hawaiian & registered with Department of Hawaiian Home Lands. No public open house. SATURDAY SHOWINGS ONLY. Call your favorite Realtor to schedule a showing!

Leasehold Lease Rent: $1 /
Buy Fee: $0

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Status: Sold

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Price changed from $,

Fee: $42

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

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Address: Keawanui Street

Sold Price: $,
Sold Date:

Land: 5,

Year Built:

Days on Market: 14


Just what you've been waiting for. Well maintained 4/ bath home in Kaupe'a Subdivision. The home sits in a cul-de-sac with an extra long driveway for up to 6 cars. Brand new stainless steel stove and refrigerator installed recently. Split a/c unit in the living room along with newly installed flooring. Spacious landscaped fenced-in yard with sprinkler system.

Easy freeway access & minutes to Ko'olina, Disney's Aulani & Ka Makana Ali'i shopping mall. Purchaser must be at least 50% Hawaiian and on the DHHL waitlist. Property to be sold in "As Is" condition. Buyers must have at least 20% down due to appraisal.

Leasehold Lease Rent: $1 /
Buy Fee: $0

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Status: Sold

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List Price: $,

Fee: $42

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

List Date:

Address: Keawanui Street

Sold Price: $,
Sold Date:

Land: 5,

Year Built:

Days on Market: 10


Hawaiian Home Lands in Kaupea, Kapolei. Purchaser must be at least 50% Hawaiian and on the Hawaiian Home Lands list. Very well cared for and maintained 2-bed, 1 bath home with alarm system, leased PV/prepaid full term, front yard sprinkler on this spacious fenced in yard. Two car garage with driveway parking. Kapolei, known as the 2nd City is ideally located w/easy freeway access & minutes to dining, malls, big box stores & more.

Enjoy nearby beaches, lagoons at Koolina, Disney's Aulani & Four Seasons. MUST sign COVID19 Notice, MASK and GLOVES worn at all times. Max. 4 people per showing. Buyer must be preapproved with proof of funs. Property to be sold in "as in" condition.

Leasehold Lease Rent: $1 /
Buy Fee: $0

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Status: Sold

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List Price: $,

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

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Sold Price: $,
Sold Date:

Land: 5,

Year Built:

Days on Market: 9


Kanehili-Hawaiian Home Lands. Well maintained 4 bedroom 3 bath with a downstairs bedroom and bath. Remodeled/expanded kitchen. 20 owned PV panels. Big back yard with a new lawn & sprinklers. Purchaser must be at least 50% Hawaiian and on the Hawaiian Home Lands waitlist. Lender must be on the DHHL approved list. Due to Appraisal Buyers need to have at least 20% down.

Leasehold Lease Rent: $1 /
Buy Fee: $0

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Status: Sold

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List Price: $,

Fee: $35

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

List Date:

Address: Kekahili Street

Sold Price: $,
Sold Date:

Land: 5,

Year Built:

Days on Market: 3


Limited Service. Single Family 4 bedroom, 3 full baths, two story, fenced yard, Leased PV system, brand new central a/c throughout the house, pet friendly community. Buyer MUST be at least 50% Hawaiian and registered with DHHL.

Leasehold Lease Rent: $1 /
Buy Fee: $0

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Status: Sold

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Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

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Address: Kealiiahonui Street

Sold Price: $,
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Land: 5,

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Cozy 2 Bedroom 2 Bath SINGLE LEVEL Home with room to expand. Located in Kanehili subdivision of Hawaiian Homelands this "Kukui" Model was built by Gentry Homes in Home includes Laminate Countertops, white wood shaker cabinets, central A/C, 8 OWNED PV panels, Security Alarm System and more.. Enjoy the landscaped backyard from your covered rear patio and grow some of your favorite vegetable in the custom raised garden bed. Buyer must be 50% Hawaiian and on the waitlist.

Leasehold Lease Rent: $1 /
Buy Fee: $0

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Status: Sold

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List Price: $,

Fee: $30

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

List Date:

Address: Kahalepouli Street

Sold Price: $,
Sold Date:

Land: 5,

Year Built:

Days on Market: 12


Sought after home in Kapolei's Kanehili subdivision! "Lokelani" floorplan - 5 bedroom, 3 bath with a bedroom and full bath on the ground floor. Fully fenced with an expanded lanai and equipped with a photovoltaic system (leased) and security system. Mature trees and plants outline the backyard area. Super location - across of Ka Makana Ali‘i shopping center, near the Kroc center, easy access to the freeway, straight shot to entertainment and shopping areas in Kapolei and Ewa Beach. Buyer must be at least 50% Hawaiian & registered with Department of Hawaiian Home Lands.

Leasehold Lease Rent: $1 /
Buy Fee: $0

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Status: Sold

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List Price: $,

Fee: $42

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

List Date:

Address: Kahanalei Street

Sold Price: $,
Sold Date:

Land: 5,

Year Built:

Days on Market: 5


A 2-story, 4-bedroom, 3 full bath home in the Kaupe'a Subdivision. New carpet, new appliances, newly glazed tubs, newly painted garage, new kitchen sink, angle valves & fixtures, 4 split a/c units and new fixtures in bath. There are 10 PV panels that are owned by the seller and room for expansion. 3 minutes to the Ka Makana Ali'i shopping center & the new Foodland Farms! The DHHL blood quantum requirement is 50% Hawaiian and currently on the wait list.

Leasehold Lease Rent: $1 /
Buy Fee: $0

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Status: Sold

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List Price: $,

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

List Date:

Address: Kekahili Street

Sold Price: $,
Sold Date:

Land: 5,

Year Built:

Days on Market: 1


Kanehili - Hawaiian Home Lands.

Leasehold Lease Rent: $1 /
Buy Fee: $0

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Status: Sold

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MLS Number:
List Price: $,

Fee: $30

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

List Date:

Address: Kinoiki Street

Sold Price: $,
Sold Date:

Land: 5,

Year Built:

Days on Market: 69


Hawaiian Home Lands in Kanehili / Kapolei. Open floor plan with one bedroom and one full bath on the 1st floor. Spacious back yard . Purchaser must be on the Hawaiian Home Lands waitlist.

Leasehold Lease Rent: $1 /
Buy Fee: $0

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Status: Sold

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List Price: $,

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

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Address: Kekahili Street

Sold Price: $,
Sold Date:

Land: 5,

Year Built:

Days on Market: 44


Hawaiian Home Lands in Kanehili / Kapolei. Must see this beautiful single story 3 bedroom home. Lots of tasteful upgrades throughout. Photovoltaic 10 panels owned, Central A/C, Solid Bamboo Wood flooring, Ceramic tile in kitchen and bathrooms, crown moldings & baseboards, Plantation Shutters and more Across Ka Makana Ali'i mall and near The KROC Center and UH West Oahu. Won't last long! By appointment only.

Leasehold Lease Rent: $1 /
Buy Fee: $0

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Status: Sold

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List Price: $,

Fee: $30

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

List Date:

Address: Kealiiahonui Street

Sold Price: $,
Sold Date:

Land: 5,

Year Built:

Days on Market: 37


Hawaiian Home Lands Kapolei/Kanehili-Move right in to this well maintained home with a covered lanai. Bedroom and full bath on the first floor. Nice to have that extra parking besides your garage. Across the street from Ka Makana Ali'i Mall and the KROC Center as well as UH West Oahu. Purchaser must be at least 50% Hawaiian and on the Hawaiian Home Lands waitlist.

Leasehold Lease Rent: $1 /
Buy Fee: $0

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Status: Sold

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MLS Number:
List Price: $,

Fee: $42

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

List Date:

Address: Kaupea Street

Sold Price: $,
Sold Date:

Land: 5,

Year Built:

Days on Market: 12


Your Finest Opportunity! Just What You Have Been Looking For! Homes says come in!You'll feel right at home the moment you step into this very well cared 3 bdrm, 2 bath single-story open floor plan home. Renovated in to encompass green home concept. Home features wrap around concrete sidewalk, split A/C units throughout home. New granite counter tops in kitchen and quartz in both bathrooms.

New appliances in kitchen including a tankless water heater. Ceramic tile and bamboo flooring. Owned (22) PV solar panels. Energy saving LED lights throughout home. Irrigation system in backyard. Quiet neighborhood with NO neighbors in the back. Close proximity to schools and shopping center. Minutes away from beach. Fully fenced. Buyer must be 50% Hawaiian and on the DHHL waitlist.

Leasehold Lease Rent: $0 /
Buy Fee: $0

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Status: Sold

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List Price: $,

Fee: $42

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

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Address: Haulele Street

Sold Price: $,
Sold Date:

Land: 5,

Year Built:

Days on Market: 9


Hawaiian Home lands-Kaupe'a subdivision in Kapolei. Renovated in including new kitchen cabinets and appliances and new flooring throughout. Large covered lanai approx. sq. ft. Close to schools and bus line. Part of the Villages of Kapolei Association which has a swimming pool.

Leasehold Lease Rent: $1 /
Buy Fee: $0

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Status: Sold

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Price changed from $,

Fee: $30

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

List Date:

Address: Kinoiki Street

Sold Price: $,
Sold Date:

Land: 5,

Year Built:

Days on Market: 53


Great LOCATION & highly sought after 2/2 bath single story home. This comfy home has a large enclosed fenced yard with room to extend upwards or make that dream party patio in the back yard. This home has 17 PV Panasonic panels, & a brand new solar water heater. New siding, new paint, custom corian kitchen counter tops, central A/C, Dual pane energy efficient sliding windows & a home alarm system w/ window & door sensors.

Extra long driveway to fit many cars. Plus lots of street parking and walking distance to Ka Makana Ali'i Shopping mall. Buyer must be 50% Hawaiian & on the DHHL wait list. Don't wait, it won't last long.

Leasehold Lease Rent: $1 /
Buy Fee: $0

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Status: Sold

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List Price: $,

Fee: $30

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

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Address: Kekahili Street

Sold Price: $,
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Land: 5,

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Hawaiian Home Lands in Kanehili/ Kapolei. Open floor plan with room to expand. Bedroom and full bath on the 1st floor. Spacious backyard which includes two storage sheds. Covered lanai in back and Photovaltaic (Pre-paid Lease) Must be at least 50% Hawaiian and on the Hawaiian Home Lands waitlist.

Leasehold Lease Rent: $1 /
Buy Fee: $0

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Status: Sold

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List Price: $,

Fee: $42

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

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Address: Kahanalei Street

Sold Price: $,
Sold Date:

Land: 5,

Year Built:

Days on Market: 6


Quite island home awaits your presence! Beautiful well-kept Department of Hawaiian Home Lands property situated in the Kapolei community known as Kaupea. This Leasehold 4 bedroom, bath single family detached home sits in a cul-de-sac, with a long driveway, nice size yard for family gatherings, clean, and ready for you to move-in! You need to meet the criteria of the Department of Hawaiian Home Land 50% blood quantum.

Leasehold Lease Rent: $0 /
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Price changed from $,

Fee: $42

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

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Address: Kaupea Street

Sold Price: $,
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Land: 5,

Year Built:

Days on Market: 29


Welcome to the new second city, Kapolei. Island living w/spacious 4 bdrm, bath single family detached DHHL property! Must be 50% Hawaiian, on the waitlist, and meet all of DHHL requirements. Move-in ready home that boasts "pride of ownership". MUST see 2-story home features: fresh interior paint, newly installed upgraded carpet, reglazed bathtub/tile wall, split a/c in all rooms, ceiling fans hardwood flooring downstairs, leased PV system, security system, and much more! Enjoy outdoor living in your enclosed manicured yard with a scent of mock orange, plumeria tree, foliage.

Relax grab a book or have your friends and family over for barbecues under the beautiful covered lanai. Near shops, restaurants, schools, and much more!

Leasehold Lease Rent: $0 /
Buy Fee: $0

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Price changed from $,

Fee: $42

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

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Address: Hoakalei Street

Sold Price: $,
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Land: 5,

Year Built:

Days on Market: 48


NEW LISTING! Beautifully upgraded 2-story 4BD/BA residence located in a quiet cul-de sac in Kaupe'a Neighborhood. Upgrades include freshly painted interior, luxury vinyl plank flooring, stainless steel appliances, solar water heater, ceiling fans, outdoor storage shed, and security alarm system. Leased PV system allows you to enjoy air conditioning without breaking the bank.

Generous floor plan comprises of a large master suite that includes his and her sinks. Extended dining and living room area leads to a large covered outdoor lanai that’s great for celebrating holidays and special occasions.

Leasehold Lease Rent: $1 /
Buy Fee: $0

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Status: Sold

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Fee: $42

Region: Ewa Plain

Neighborhood: Hawaiian Homes Land

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Address: Kaupea Street

Sold Price: $,
Sold Date:

Land: 5,

Year Built:

Days on Market: 13


Hard to be Humble? When your home looks like this impressiveEmbrace the good times together in this attractive 2-story corner-lot family home, perfect for many years of wonderful memories. And if you are starving for space, satisfy your appetite for private living on this large size lot, fully fenced and setup for future expansion. Great for parties! Fruit trees (tangerine, bananas, limes). One bedroom & full bath on first floor.

Split AC in living room and master, PV (31 panels-owner owned), gutters, ceramic tile flooring in kitchen, hallway, bathroom and much more. Located near schools and shopping center. Minutes away from beach and conveniently near restaurants and rec. center. Sidewalk around home & cemented side open patio. Your answer to your home hunting awaits you here!

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Honolulu homes for sale range in price from about $, for a fixer-upper in Kalihi to about $20,, for the most incredible oceanfront homes in Kahala or Diamond Head. The homes in Honolulu vary greatly in style & character and include charming vintage houses in Manoa, gated luxury homes in Hawaii Loa Ridge, marina front homes in Hawaii Kai, rainforest living in Tantalus and spectacular oceanfront homes in Kahala, Diamond Head, Kai Nani, Aina Haina Beach, Niu Beach & Portlock.

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Metro Honolulu: Includes homes in neighborhoods such as Salt Lake (west), Punchbowl, Pacific Heights, Dowsett, Tantalus, Manoa (east) and more. This region has a lot of condos in neighborhoods such as Waikiki, Kakaako & Makiki.

Diamond Head Region: This is considered the most exclusive region of Honolulu single-family homes and include neighborhoods such as Diamond head (west), Kahala, Waialae Iki, Hawaii Loa Ridge, Aina Haina, Niu Valley, Paiko Lagoon (east) and more.

Hawaii Kai: Master-planned region in east Honolulu, developed in the ’s, which feels like it is a city of its own. A unique part of Honolulu with marina from homes spread throughout the region, incredible oceanfront homes in Portlock, hillside living in Mariners Ridge & Napali Haweo and golf course living in Queens Gate & Koko Villas.

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Every region has a large number of neighborhoods within them. The following is a highlight of just 6 popular neighborhoods in Honolulu. We have selected the following 6 neighborhoods because they are extremely different in lifestyle and very well sum up the numerous lifestyles single-family homes can offer you in Honolulu.

Hawaii Loa Ridge: Gated hillside community, predominantly large luxury homes. Most homes were built in the initial development during the ’s, but several lots were left vacant and most have now been filled with more recent structures. This neighborhood feels more like an upscale neighborhood from California than anywhere else in Honolulu.

Kahala: Flat neighborhood - most residences do not have ocean views - and home to Honolulu’s prestigious Kahala Ave with stunning estate sized oceanfront homes valued near the $20,, mark. In the eyes of many, Kahala is still the most prestigious neighborhood to own a home in Honolulu. You will find a mix of modern mansions next door to vintage residences, some linked to Hawaii’s most prominent families over the last years.

Manoa: Old Hawaii with a vast number of well kept historic and vintage homes. Few places glow so greenly, which also comes at a price with quite a bit of rain, and has a very tranquil and peaceful feel. 

West Marina: Home to several marina front homes, many homes with their own personal boat docks, allowing owners to cruise out to the ocean of even to a nearby waterside shopping center. Very unique living concept.

Tantalus: Rainforest living - feels like a jungle far from any city, yet you are very near Downtown Honolulu. Temperatures are distinctly lower up here, making for cooler days when it really counts. Large neighborhood, few homes, most with lots in the 15, to 40, sf range - considered large for Honolulu homes.

Waialae Golf Course: As the name would indicate, it is all about golf living. Needless to say, many of these Honolulu homes are located directly on Waialae Golf Course, considered the most prestigious golf club on Oahu and home to a professional PGA Tour every January. 

A few other popular Honolulu single-family home neighborhoods, not included on the above list, that deserve a mention include Diamond Head, Waialae Iki, Portlock & Kaimuki. 

About Honolulu
Honolulu is a unique blend of tropical paradise, modern city and small town atmosphere where you will find palm tree lined beaches alongside new high-rise condos, large shopping malls and vintage homes in an Old Hawaii style setting.

With no winter and the active lifestyles we live, you'll likely spend significant more time outdoors here. That's where that most important of real estate factors comes in - Location. Along with the options near you, everything on Oahu is within about an hour's drive, no matter where you live in Honolulu, except rush hours that is.

Drive to the unspoiled North Shore to take in the world class waves, head to Kailua to enjoy a quieter, even more laid back part of Oahu or go out to Ko Olina, the 2nd Waikiki, on the Leeward side of the Island. You'll never run out of places to go and you'll never get tired of the places you do return to over and over.

In the next few years you may not even need to drive, due to the rail system now being built. Someday you will be able to take it from the west side of the Island to Ala Moana Shopping Center and back again. Along with Kakaako, this development will bring major changes, including further building near the rail route. It's an exciting time for Honolulu real estate!


Honolulu History
Honolulu owes its existence to one crucial piece of geography - its harbor. It’s true that Native Hawaiians lived across Oahu for as much as a thousand years before the town began to take its shape. However, they lived in widespread communities whose centers changed according to where the alii were at any one time.

That would change forever in when sea captain William Brown, a fur and gun trader, realized the harbor was deep enough for large ships to dock. Soon the land nearby was filled with shops and businesses catering to the whaling ships and trading vessels who increasingly stopped here. Neighborhoods sprang up quickly as well to house those attracted by the booming industry. A city had been born.

Plantations & Tourism - Honolulu’s Foundations
The harbor’s focus would change from whaling to the local sugar and pineapple products in the late ’s. The need for plantation workers brought men, and later women, from Asia and Europe, arriving through this same waterfront. Many of them would fulfill their obligations on the farms, then move to urban Honolulu to take advantage of the job opportunities there or start their own businesses.

The plantation economy was joined in the early ’s by the tourism industry, the cruise ships finding their berths in the piers near where ships loaded with goods were going in and out of Hawaii. The contents of the ships was changing, but the effects were the same.

Though the plantations would become almost extinct before the end of the 20th Century, Honolulu was set in place. Tourism outgrew the harbor, producing hotels and entire districts that catered to the visitor industry, attracting new residents and growing families who needed homes. Real estate, in other words.

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About Hawaii Kai
Hawaii Kai represents Hawaii’s premier marina community. Developed by Henry Kaiser in the ’s, wetlands, fishponds and pig farms gave way to a modern Honolulu real estate development covering over 6, acres on the most eastern part of Honolulu with marina front homes as well as shopping, restaurants and schools around a central acre marina.

Hawaii Kai real estate today includes over 10, households and is bordered by Kuliouou Beach Park to the west, the Koolau mountain ridgeline to the north, the ocean to the south and Makapuu Point with it’s lighthouse to the east, marking the most eastern spot of the island of Oahu. Hawaii Kai homes for sale are often valued between $K to $15M for the most luxurious oceanfront properties on Portlock Rd. Lot sizes run between 5, sq ft to over 1 acre.

Insight to Hawaii Kai Homes
This is one of Honolulu’s more fascinating regions with a lifestyle like no other. Nowhere else in Hawaii can you ride a boat from your backyard boat dock across the marina to get groceries, catch a movie or dinner, and return without the nuisance of street traffic lights. The real estate in Hawaii Kai is spread across several sub-neighborhoods, including the affluent oceanfront Portlock with adjacent Triangle. Mariners Ridge, Kamehame Ridge and the newer Napali Haweo () are all boasting commanding views of the ocean, Koko Crater and Koko Head with the marina below. Hawaii Kai real estate also includes the valley neighborhoods of Hahaione, Mariners Valley and Kalama Valley.

Three newer Hawaii Kai real estate developments include the gated marina front community Peninsula at Hawaii Kai ( properties built in ), Kamilo Nui (54 homes built in ) and Koko Villas (70 homes built in ), all modern additions to a diverse mix of Hawaii Kai homes. Noteworthy and popular are also the marina front communities of Mariners Cove and Anchorage with adjacent Kealaula Kai and the gated golf course community at Queens Gate.

Hawaii Kai Neighborhood
The unique layout of the marina with several ‘fingers’ creates the feel of a ‘Little Venice’ in Honolulu. Boat ramps allow marina access for those that are not right on the water. The marina connects with the ocean at Moanalua Bay. Just make sure your boat clears the 13 foot bridge height to get to the open ocean. All of the real estate in Hawaii Kai is on a private sewer system with a bi-monthly sewer bill and all marina front properties are part of the Hawaii Kai Marina Association with a modest monthly marina fee. Hawaii Kai homes for sale on the marina can vary depending on the marina width, views and orientation towards tradewinds and more, but typically range between $1M to $M. 

Hawaii Kai truly is a watersport paradise with ideal ocean conditions for snorkeling, diving, surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, boating, kayaking, jet skiing, paddle boarding, boogie boarding and parasailing. By Maunalua Bay Beach Park the ocean is calm, by Hanauma Bay the variety of fish are endless and by Sandy Beach big waves are crashing on the shore.

Hawaii Kai boasts three shopping centers that include Costco and Safeway.  World renowned Roy’s Restaurant is one among many great establishments to dine at. Medical facilities, schools, movie theatres, golf course are all within the vicinity. Nestled among Hawaii Kai’s real estate are several parks, including a large scale dog park where owners gather early evenings to let their pets lose for some fun. Truly an area with a unique small town feel with all it has to offer. It is no surprise that Henry Kaiser himself decided to develop and reside in a Hawaii Kai home on a prime 5-acre oceanfront lot on Portlock Rd. What is good for Mr Kaiser might be good for you too!

Hawaii Kai’s Perfect Microclimate
Hawaii Kai enjoys a mild pleasant micro climate, slightly drier compared to Kailua and Kaneohe. Gentle prevailing northeasterly Tradewinds pass over the islands about days per year.  The Tradewinds bring some of the cleanest fresh air you can find, having travelled 2, miles over the ocean far removed from any source of pollution before ending up at Oahu’s eastern shores.  Reaching the Koolau mountain range along the windward side of the island, the warm humid fresh air gets pushed up, cools down and forms clouds that rain out. This is why we often see rain in front of the mountains on the windward side while Oahu’s southern shore and the western, aka Leeward side of Oahu enjoys plenty sunshine and less humidity.

Hawaii Kai makes up the south-eastern corner of the Oahu island. Here you can enjoy a special unique combination of double benefits:  a.) some of the cleanest, fresh unpolluted air for thousands of miles, together with b.) the finest year-round oceanic climate on the entire planet, not too humid, mostly sunny and consistently between average 71 and 84 degrees F.  Welcome to paradise.


More About Hawaii Kai
The subject of Hawaii Kai real estate usually begins, and sometimes even ends, with the marina. It's a dominating feature of the landscape that you just can't overlook. It can be a dominant reason for settling in this community, the draw of the water is that strong in us.

To make the best decision on buying a Hawaii Kai home, you need to know more than that. It requires the whole picture of what living here means, particularly on a daily basis.

An honest assessment must include the drawbacks as much as the benefits. Commuting is one such area, with a major portion of residents working in the Waikiki to Downtown region. There's just one way to get there – Kalanianaole Hwy. That makes for often slow traffic to and from work. An accident can stop movement cold. With no back roads or alternate routes, it is a factor in your day, no question.

Another issue often unrealized by those unfamiliar with this part of Oahu is that, though this is a water-oriented community, it's not a beachfront one. The sandy stretches that are along the prime sections before Hanauma Bay are extremely rough and rocky, so you won't be spending time there on your towel. You'll need to head east for the closest bed of smooth beach.

These aren't necessarily deal breakers, but they should be part of your process in deciding to buy a home in Hawaii Kai or not. Equally important in that journey are the items in the Pro column, which we'll look at next.

WHERE HAWAII KAI SHINES
Living near, or even surrounded by, this marina is clearly a benefit that extends to every Hawaii Kai home. From the fortunate whose residence sits right on it to the condos that look out on this scenery or even those further in the valley who still enjoy its presence in their lives, it is a wonderfully therapeutic sight. You feel somehow a tranquil effect on your day, just by its being there.

Even those farther from that central feature have their own rewards. Portlock, often called the Kahala of Hawaii Kai, lines the east shore of Maunalua Bay so many of those homes have their own body of water on their doorsteps.

The ridgetop neighborhood of Napali Haweo, which can be compared to Hawaii Loa Ridge not only because of its luxurious houses, but also the sweeping views residents have from the heights of both the marina and the Pacific.

For the many who have children, or will have them, you can rest easy about the schools, too. The local institutions, from elementary on up, are extremely well-rated and have excellent advanced placement programs to accelerate learning.

Far more could be said about the Pros side of Hawaii Kai real estate, like the wide open skyline, due to the high-rises being on the sides and back of the valley, or the nearby shopping and dining of its two major shopping centers.

Those further pluses will be very apparent once you take a closer look, however. You may indeed face a slower trip home from work sometimes, but on arrival, you'll remember exactly why you came here. We promise.

THE FUTURE OF HAWAII KAI REAL ESTATE
Any future development of Hawaii Kai will be small, if it happens at all. A recent example is the Hawaii Kai Dr project, originally forecast for completion in late , that still sits stalled. Another proposal to build a grocery store on the Great Lawn area was killed by community complaints. Residents feel the limit has been reached on building here, so the smart bet is Hawaii Kai stays as it is, or close to it for the foreseeable future.

This community has always been extremely attractive, so the static inventory can only mean climbing prices and values. Even though this is mainly an upper-middle class, rather than a luxury neighborhood, there's no mistaking that prices are reaching the lower levels of the latter.

What's clear is buying sooner, rather than later, is the way to go here. The appeal of this place is not going to go away, so a smart real estate strategy and timing is crucial to avoid paying what may be far above your initially projected budget.

AREA AMENITIES
Hawaii Kai is rich in many aspects that will impact the most important parts of your life. Excellent schools. Numerous medical centers that cover every member of your family. Extensive shopping. All this plus you're surrounded by scenery that display both nature's power, like Koko Head, and man's, in the form of the marina.

You'll find information on not only these features, but much more in the sections below. They'll tell you much about whether this should be your new home.

Schools & Childcare
Hawaii Kai has full schooling options, including 3 elementary schools. The public schools are excellent, always at or near the top of the ratings. It only lacks a higher-education choice nearby, though those are well within commuting distance.

Preschools – There's a trio of preschools in the district. Kuapa KCAA is on the eastern end on Hawaii Kai Dr, Kamaaina Kids is  located in the west, next to the highway, and technically, just outside Hawaii Kai, is Kilohana.  

Kamiloiki Elementary – Serves the eastern side of Hawaii Kai from its location on hillside behind Koko Head. Their vision is to be a “premier math and science/technology center”.

Koko Head Elementary – Found just makai of Kalanianaole Hwy where Portlock begins. The school has a new Environmental Science focus that is integrated across the entire curriculum for all grades.

Haha'ione Elementary – Recently cited as the Best Public School in Hawaii by Niche Rankings, it sits back just behind the marina's most mauka point in the Haha'ione section of Hawaii Kai.

Niu Valley Middle School – Not in Hawaii Kai, it's a short distance west off of Kalanianaole Hwy. 6th to 8th Graders attend here. In Niu Valley earned the highest score of all Hawaii's public middle schools from the Strive HI rating & indexing program, sanctioned by the US Dept of Education.

Kaiser High School – Located between the eastern side of the marina and Koko Head Park, it consistently attains high testing scores and has an exceptionally deep extracurricular program.

Honolulu Waldorf School – 2 campuses, both nearby. Kindergarten to 8th Grades in Niu Valley and High School in Aina Haina. Unique curriculum that mixes artistic activities with traditional schooling as well as an emphasis on social responsibility.

Kapiolani Community College – Just under 8 miles from Hawaii Kai, they offer extensive certification programs, training in trades as well as academic courses.

UH-Manoa – Hawaii's primary higher education center, students have numerous degree programs, from Bachelor to Doctoral levels, available here. A wide range of areas of study.

Public Transportation
Though Hawaii Kai is an outpost for The Bus, which is centered in the Kalihi area, there are about 6 lines that come here, including one that ends up at UH-Manoa. It is also right on the Beach Bus line (#23), which is an alternate way to get to Hanauma Bay or Sandy Beach easily. Though some transferring may be necessary, you can still make it to most major destinations, such as Downtown without much trouble.

Supermarkets & Groceries
There are 2 grocery choices for residents, almost next door to each other. Costco, in the Hawaii Kai Town Center, has its famous bulk food offerings, perfect for families who go through more in less time. A block mauka is Safeway, where you'll find a broad selection of groceries in more traditional sizes.

Shopping Alternatives
Hawaii Kai has 2 shopping centers that will easily dominate where you'll go for daily needs as well as leisure times. Both have areas where you can tie up your boat, a uniquely local way to run your errands.

Hawaii Kai Town Center – The smaller of the two, it still gets extensive traffic just from the presence of Costco. Bargain hunters also love the Ross store, but there are some good restaurants, as well, from affordable eats to the high-end cuisine of Roy's.

Koko Marina Shopping Center – This is where residents come to not just shop, but hang out. More than 60 stores, restaurants and services, it also has the only movie theaters in the area. Great places to pau hana with some good food or a relaxing drink with friends, it also has many specialty and boutique shops that fit this upper-middle class community's tastes.

Hospitals & Health Care
If you must get sick or injured, this is one of the best places on Oahu to be. Hawaii's 3 major medical centers all have facilities here so you're only minutes away from getting care. Whether you just need a checkup or you're facing a real emergency, you won't have to go very far at all.

Queen's Health Care – Primary care for adults as well as a women's-focused department. Does lack pediatric services, though it does have 'episodic' care for those 16 years and older.

Kaiser Permanente Hawaii Kai – Full family medicine services, including pediatric, as well as behavioral health care. Cosmetic dermatology offered at this location, too.

Island Urgent Care – Primarily a facility for urgent or immediate needs, such as injuries, sudden illness and other issues that an Emergency Room would treat.

Straub Hawaii Kai Family Health Center – Complete family care, with separate pediatric and women's departments. Urgent and Walk-In care provided. Also has family planning and gynecology services.

Your Recreation & Leisure Options

Hawaii Kai Beaches
One drawback, as discussed, is that there aren't any real beaches in central Hawaii Kai. The sands you'll see from afar are actually filled with rocks and make going barefoot, let alone lying out, practically impossible. This is more coastline.

Despite that, the ocean is beautiful and what it lacks in sunbathing space, it makes up in being perfect for boaters and other water lovers. You'll see people out there paddling, sailing and even kiteboarding off of this neighborhood at all hours. It's just an extension of the community.

If you do want that true beach experience, no problem. It's not far down the highway. Here's your best choices for the whole range of Hawaii Kai's shoreline and ocean pursuits.

Sandy Beach Park – Beautiful beach past Hanauma Bay on Kalanianaole Hwy. However, extremely powerful waves can make even wading tough. Numerous injuries every year due to this, so exercise caution or stay on the sand.

Maunalua Bay Beach Park – 'Beach' is actually pretty rocky, so it's hard going. However, the view of the ocean is fantastic, especially at sunset. Has boat ramp, so it's a great place to put in your kayak or small watercraft.

Hanauma Bay – Very famous, and popular, tourist spot, but the great beach and incredible underwater sights bring lots of locals, too. Show your Hawaii ID and it's free admission. Parking is $ Best advice – come early before it gets too crowded.

Other Recreation
You have more than a few small parks scattered around the town. However, the real ground zero for those who want to do more than stretch their legs or get some quiet time comes down to one amazing place.

Koko Head District Park – Huge area that extends from Koko Head itself, across the highway and to the end of Portlock. All kinds of athletic and community facilities, including tennis, volleyball and basketball courts, an archery range and a ceramics room. If you're active, you'll spend at least some time here.

Koko Head Trail – Though part of the above park, it deserves its own entry. Tough, but rewarding, hike that ends with an incredible view over the area. Must be done by at least once by every Oahu resident.

Hawaii Kai Dog Park – There are a lot of dog owners around here and while a walk is always good, this fenced-in area lets your best friend run free safely.

Dining & Restaurants
Your dining options are almost exclusively collected in the two local main shopping centers as well as a couple that are a little to the west on Kalanianaole. This makes for spontaneous choices if you so choose, having more than one option once you arrive. Hawaii Kai and the nearby areas have eating habits that focus that doesn't include much fine dining. More friendly and filling. Here's a line-up that'll introduce you to some almost fail-safe tastes.

Roy's – The original location of celebrated chef Roy Yamaguchi's small chain of restaurants. Pacific Rim cuisine that has legions of fans who gladly pay a premium for it.

Moena Cafe – Strictly breakfast and brunch dishes that have people flocking here to try their loco moco and pancakes, especially the chantilly flavor. Open from AM to 3PM.

Island Brew Coffeehouse – Another place that makes breakfast all day. If that's your taste, give the waffles a try. Also have acai bowls and bagel sandwiches that are delicious and filling. Dog friendly and many tables have marina views.

Le Bistro (Niu Valley) – Upscale French restaurant that customers agree is very romantic. The Beef Quartet and the Short Ribs are easily the most popular dishes, but there's a lot to love besides those. Make reservations a few days early as they fill their schedule fast.

Maile's Thai Bistro – If you like Thai food, or want to give it a try, this is your place. Rave reviews from fans for their green curry, green papaya salad and beef sashimi. One caution: Though food is still excellent, some recent complaints that service has declined.

Assagio's Hawaii Kai – Part of small local chain of Italian restaurants that serve food from southern Italy. Come for warm comfort food that is rich in tastes and seasonings, but inexpensive in price. The ravioli is a good way to start.

Aina Haina Chop Suey – Ono Chinese food that isn't oily or heavy on MSG, just good tasting. Reviewers highlight their Walnut Shrimp and Minute Chicken Cake Noodles here. Plenty of parking and great service, too.

Jack's Restaurant (Aina Haina) – Local food at local-friendly prices. If rice is a standard part of your meals, you need to come here. Also serves breakfast food, too. Hours are 6AM to 2PM, every day.

Gyotaku (Niu Valley) – Japanese restaurant with a broad menu. Poke nachos, many 'bowls' – california roll, ninja, poke, etc. - ,a selection of teishoku and more. Brown rice sushi available for the health-conscious diner. Top if off with their Okinawan Sweet Potato Pie!

Kona Brewing Company – A place for pau hana and relaxing with friend. Serves the Kona Brewing Co's standard beers as well as special releases so there's always something new. Mainly local ingredients are used to make healthy or at least healthier versions of popular foods. Most are social, finger food like pizza and sandwiches, but salads as well. The imu pork sandwich is ono!

Distances From Hawaii Kai to Other Parts of Oahu
Kahala Mall: miles
Waikiki: miles
Honolulu Airport: miles 

Downtown Honolulu: miles
Ala Moana Shopping Center: miles
Pearl Harbor/Hickam: miles
Pearlridge Shopping Center: miles
Mililani: miles
Kapolei: 32 miles
Kaneohe: 18 miles
Kailua: miles
Lanikai: miles
Waimanalo: miles
North Shore
(Haleiwa): miles
Sunset Beach: miles

Hawaii Kai History
Inevitably, and understandably, most histories of Hawaii Kai real estate begin and end with Henry Kaiser. He's not the whole story, though.

The earliest settlers to come here are believed to be from the first great Polynesian migration around AD from the Marquesas, fleeing tribal conflict at home. For centuries following this time, life was very quiet on this part of Oahu. Fishing was the primary way of life until well into the 's.

The family of Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop were given ownership of all the land of Hawaii Kai under the Great Mahele division in Through that, the possession passed on to the Bishop Trust after the Princess' death in

In cattle ranching was established here, becoming a primary industry, on land at least. For decades this was a prime mover of the local economy, but it met a sudden end that it never recovered from. The tsunami hit this area hard, wiping out houses, barns, fields and everything else in its path.

Hawaii Kai homes that did survive were abandoned and the land turned to swamp. The district became known mainly for a strong smell that motorists from downtown drove quickly through on their way to a popular spot called Lucky's Tavern. That's how it stood for 15 years.

Henry Kaiser signed the land lease with the Bishop Estate in , breaking ground on the community that you see today on your way down Kalanianaole Highway. The marina was dug out, new real estate in Hawaii Kai went up and shopping malls opened, forming a charming waterfront neighborhood that erased the remains of desolation.

One thing hasn't changed, though. The fishing in Hawaii Kai is still great!

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