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      OPEN: 04/21, 2pm - 5pm
      This single level home with indoor/outdoor living is located in a cul-de-sac near the marina, with the possibility of your own boat dock!  Enjoy the deeded access just one property away for your marina and ocean activities. The 3 bedroom 2 bath home offers an open floor plan, including a Sunroom lined with windows which opens to the brick patio through French doors. The kitchen is light and bright with a soaring ceiling, a large island, plenty of cabinets, and is adjacent to the kitchen nook and the Sunroom. The large living room features a high vaulted ceiling, a bay window to capture the garden beyond, and a niche that is lit to showcase your art. The primary bedroom, with its high windows to capture the colors of the sky, opens through French doors to the brick patio and the garden, and the primary en-suite bathroom has been updated with a beautiful glass tile walk-in shower. Relax or entertain on your patio and the grassy area. Add some of your love to this home and enjoy the marina and Hawaii Kai lifestyle.  Close to the parks, Koko Marina Shopping Center, Costco, restaurants, hiking, and water sports.
      6275 kauhola place, Honolulu
      Home in west marina
      $1,375,000 | 3 bd, 2 ba | 1,634 sqft
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      OPEN: 04/21, 2pm - 5pm
      Welcome to Colonnade on the Greens, a hidden gem that offers the ultimate retreat for those seeking privacy and serenity. Tucked away from the hustle & bustle of the city, this highly desirable corner unit features 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Come home and enjoy the lush landscape and captivating views! Upon entering, you are greeted by the cool breeze and an abundance of natural light, illuminating the spacious interior. The open-concept living area creates an inviting atmosphere perfect for both relaxation and entertaining. The kitchen provides ample storage space and the unit also comes with a new washer & dryer. Retreat to the master suite where you'll find 2 large closets and an ensuite bathroom. Step outside onto your own private balcony and soak in the sweeping views of the mountains, ocean, Pearl Harbor and the city skyline. This outdoor oasis is the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate with your cup of coffee or glass of wine. Enjoy access to an array of exclusive amenities including: a fitness center, swimming pool, hot tub, sauna, bbq area, recreation room, tennis court, pickleball court, basketball court, cornhole, putting green, and 24-hour security for peace of mind.
      98-707 iho place #2/901, Aiea
      Condo in colonnade on the greens
      $515,000 | 2 bd, 2 ba | 1,033 sqft
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      About Oahu

      Commonly referred to as the "The Gathering Place," Oahu is a true melting pot of culture. Across the urban, suburban, and rural landscapes, you'll meet a diverse mix of locals, newcomers, and visitors. While Oahu moves at a faster pace than its neighboring islands, it's worth noting that the Hawaiian way of life, overall, embraces a more laid-back pace than the majority of mainland metropolitan areas.

      Real Estate

      Buying a home on Oahu is an outstanding real estate investment over time. According to HiCentral, Oahu's median price for single-family homes in 2013 was $650,000. As of November 2023, Oahu's single-family median price is $1,100,055. Condo median prices from 10 years ago was at $332,000. Last month's condo median price was $516,179. Of course, every investment will vary depending on where and what you buy, but you can learn more about the different neighborhoods below.

      Neighborhoods

      Each neighborhood on Oahu is unique in its own way. Everywhere you go, you’ll notice a rich diversity of distinct neighborhoods, communities and cultures.

      Ala Moana/Kakaako

      Ala Moana could be considered the “heart” of Honolulu. If you drive along Kapiolani Boulevard, there are so many shops, restaurants, bars and weekly events happening in the area. Ala Moana is so convenient that everything is within walking distance, which means you don’t have to drive a lot AND you SAVE GAS. Depending on the floor you live on, you could even catch a fireworks show happening every Friday!

      Just a few minutes away from Ala Moana, is the revitalized urban community of Kakaako. Here, you can explore a variety of retail shops, restaurants and entertainment which include Ward Consolidated Theatre. Every Saturday, you can also check out the Farmer’s Market and support local farmers and businesses.

      Waikiki

      As famous as Waikiki is, some of the best festivals take place here. Those include Spam Jam, Honolulu Festival, Aloha Festival, Duke’s Oceanfest and Ukulele Festival. These events area great for the ‘ohana!

      Kaimuki

      Just mauka (or to the mountains) of Waikiki and Diamond Head is the neighborhood of Kaimuki. Walk along Waialae Avenue, the central street in Kaimuki, and stop in one of the many shops – cafés, salons, exercise studios, restaurants, and boutiques – that are housed in the historic buildings.

      Manoa

      Manoa is home to Hawaii's Rainbow Warriors at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Watch UH's volleyball and basketball teams at Stan Sheriff Center or if you head deeper into the valley, you'll find an array of unique shops and eateries, most with a warm, local, and laid-back ambiance.

      Downtown Honolulu

      If you’re in Downtown Honolulu, take some time to explore historic Chinatown, a variety of eclectic restaurants, cafes, bars, nightclubs and boutiques. Significant landmarks like Hawaii Theatre, Iolani Palace, Aloha Tower, and King Kamehameha the Great statue can also be found in Downtown. Held every month, block parties such as First Fridays is usually the “go-to” party with many. Bars, restaurants, art galleries all stay open during the late hours. This festive scene is definitely something to check out. Just a heads up before heading out to downtown, parking is limited.

      Hawaii Kai / Kahala

      Hawaii Kai/Kahala is a largely residential area of Honolulu. Here, you can test your physical abilities by hiking Koko Head. If not that, you can drive over to Kahala Beach or China Walls for amazing views of the island. If you’re thirsty for some craft beer, Kona Brewing Company in the Koko Marina Center is a great place for pau hana. There's nothing like beers and pupus to end the day.

      Kailua / Waimanalo

      When in Waimanalo, you’ll find yourself in a more rural community with just a few shops and restaurants around. One interesting thing you’ll stumble upon are trucks parked on the side of the road selling fresh coconuts, dried fish, maybe even lilikoi butter. Many people continue to visit Waimanalo because of the jaw-dropping views of the ocean. With turquoise waters and long stretches of sand, this side of the island provides picturesque views unlike any other. Oh, and don't forget about Waimanalo Country Farms. We visit the farm every year to pickup our pumpkins for Halloween.

      Kailua is a small beach town located on the eastern side of the island. This quaint and charming residential community is home to some of the most beautiful beaches on the island, one which includes Lanikai Beach. Past Kailua, you'll find the neighborhood of Kaneohe.

      North Shore

      Oahu’s North Shore is home to some of the most exhilarating surfing competitions. During the months of November through January, it’s always great to check out one of many surf competitions held at various beaches on that side of the island. Since it does take awhile to go to the North Shore, you might as well explore other famous spots which include the historic town of Haleiwa and garlic shrimp trucks in Kahuku. Continuing past Kahuku, you'll find the beach towns of Laie and Hauula.

      West Side (Kapolei, Waianae, Makaha)

      When driving out to the West Side of Oahu, you’ll eventually find yourself away from the hustle and bustle of town. About 60 minutes away from Ala Moana (without traffic), the west side is great to see spectacular views of some of the most beautiful beaches on the island including Tracks, Makaha and Yokohama Bay. For those of you with a 4x4 vehicle, the west side is your playground. If you like golf, there are approximately 11 golf courses on the Ewa side of the island – with six courses in Ewa Beach alone. The lagoons in Ko Olina is another great way to make the most of your weekend.

      Weather

      Weather in Oahu is great throughout the year. With the same weather all year round, it does get cooler (according to “Hawaii standards”) during the winter season. From mauka (mountain side) to makai (ocean side), temperature wise, can be different. If you live on the windward side of the island, it tends to rain more than town and on the west side of the island. In town, weather tends to be hotter with some slight breeze here and there, so having a fan or air conditioning system is a must.

      Attractions & Activities

      The unique thing about living on Oahu is that we don’t realize how small this place is until we unexpectedly run into someone we know. This probably happens frequently and at this point, we’re used to this feeling. Even with Oahu being as small as it is, there are still a lot of things to do.

      If you’re in town, you can enjoy visiting many shops & boutiques, restaurants, bars & nightclubs, cafes, etc. If you’re feeling a little more adventurous, grab your friends and drive out to the North Shore for a fun-filled day cliff jumping at Waimea Bay. Or you can head to Ewa Beach to visit Wai Kai, the new surfpark with the world's largest deep-water standing. Maybe to end the day, gather the ‘ohana for a potluck barbecue at Ala Moana Beach. With so much activities around us, there’s always something for everyone to enjoy.

      Commuting

      One of the most important things to consider when finding a home on Oahu is commuting. Traffic on Oahu is something we all hate. Unfortunately, this continues to be an issue for many of us. Commute time from home to work is a factor that home buyers need to consider. If you’re living in central or west Oahu, traffic will be hectic in the morning and early evening, which is usually between 4-6pm. You may also want to consider how the sun rises and falls. Driving in traffic for 2 hours with the sun hitting your face may be a factor when deciding where you want to buy a home. The smart thing to do is to plan your schedule and consider the amount of time it’ll take you to get anywhere on Oahu

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