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      OPEN: 10/02, 2pm - 5pm
      Marina front townhouse available in waterfront community of Kuapa Isle.  Three bedroom, 2 1/2 bath townhouse with large covered lanai located at the end of the marina with beautiful water and mountain views.  Recently updated with new carpet upstairs, newer washer/dryer and water heater.  Townhouse has only had one owner.  Kuapa Isle has many amenities to enjoy, pool overlooking the marina, clubhouse, basketball court, security and more!
      $1,250,000 3 bed · 3 bath
      270 Opihikao Way #701
      OPEN: 10/02, 2pm - 5pm
      Kahala View offers an exceptional neighborhood location that provides an easy commute East or West. This fully renovated unit includes beautiful crafted coffered ceilings, a pantry, desk nook, an open kitchen concept with lots of bar seating counter space! Light into the unit is filtered by bestill trees and other pretty greenery, that also provides privacy. Upper and lower decks are wonderful for breakfast or morning coffee. Guest parking is at the same level as the unit, just steps away. A gated community atmosphere makes this property ideal as a second home.
      $1,280,000 2 bed · 3 bath
      1487 Hiikala Place #10
      OPEN: 10/02, 2pm - 5pm
      Highly desirable West Tower high floor 2 bedroom 2 bathroom unit with fantastic views of the city, mountain, ocean, and sunset.   Don't miss the chance to get a place in midtown with such a nice view at this wonderful price.  We factored in our asking price the cost of the flooring replacement for the future owners, so they can pick and install the flooring style they like.  Well-lit unit with nice ventilation will make living there a delightful experience.  You will enjoy the convenience of the location and also the amenities this condo has to offer.   Easy access to the H-1 freeway and just a few blocks away from the Ala Moana Shopping Center, Walmart, Sam's Club, and many restaurants, is great convenient features of this condo's location.  24/7 security and fob access throughout are great safety features for the residents.  Not many condos in Hawaii has tennis court or golf swing cages, but Moana Pacific's amenity deck is large enough to have them all and more.
      $859,000 2 bed · 2 bath
      1288 Kapiolani Boulevard #I-4509
      OPEN: 10/02, 2pm - 5pm
      Open House Sunday Oct 2nd 2-5pm! Wow! 2 bed 2 bath Vaulted Ceiling Single Story homes don't come around very often. Enter through the charming front porch and landscaped front yard! Check out the high ceiling and gorgeous tile floors in the spacious Living Room that flows to your open concept Kitchen and Dining Room. Beautifully updated Chef's Kitchen with quartzite countertops boasting a modern stainless appliance group. Master Bedroom has a Vaulted Ceiling and En-Suite bathroom! Large Master Closet and a Great Views out to the Front Yard! Second Bedroom is like a Second Master with a Full Bathroom right in the Hallway, the layout separates the bedrooms. Newer AC's throughout! Large detached 2 Car Garage with tons of potential Storage or Workshop Space as well as the dedicated area for the Washer & Dryer. Finally, enjoy the privacy of YOUR low maintenance fenced backyard. NO HOA monthly maintenance fees! Villages of Kapolei Association Pool & Amenity Hall privileges for $49 monthly. Close to Ka Makana Alii Mall, Golfing, UH West Oahu, Various Dining & Entertaining Options!
      $825,000 2 bed · 2 bath
      91-1019 Holi Street

      About O‘ahu

      Surrounded by lush beauty and an endless amount of adventures, no wonder we should feel “lucky to live Hawaiʻi.” Oʻahu is a good example of a “melting pot”. With so many cultures around us, we’re able to learn and understand more about the world in various ways.

      Neighborhoods

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

      Ala Moana/Kaka’ako

      Ala Moana could be considered the “heart” of Honolulu. If you just 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 just walking distance, which means you don’t have to drive a lot AND you SAVE GAS. If you’re lucky enough, you could even catch a fireworks show happening every Friday!

      Just a few minutes away from Ala Moana, is the revitalized urban community of Kaka’ako. 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.

      Waikīkī

      As famous as Waikīkī 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!

      Kaimukī

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

      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.

      Hawaiʻi Kai / Kāhala

      Hawaiʻi Kai/Kāhala 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 Kāhala 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. Nothing like beers and pupus to end the day.

      Kailua / Waimanalo

      Kailua is a small beach town located on the north 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.

      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.

      North Shore

      Oʻahu’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.

      West Side (Kapolei, Waianae, Makaha)

      When driving out to the West Side of Oʻahu, 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 ʻEwa Beach alone. The lagoons in Ko Olina is another great way to make the most of your weekend.

      Weather

      Weather in Hawaiʻi is great throughout the year. With the same weather all year round, it does get cooler (according to “Hawaiʻi 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 side 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 Oʻahu 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 Oʻahu 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. 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 Oʻahu is commuting. Traffic on Oʻahu 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 the central or west part of Oʻahu, traffic does get hectic in the morning and also during “pau hana” time, which is usually between 4-6pm. Plan your schedule and consider the amount of time it’ll take you to get anywhere on Oʻahu.

      Overall, living on Oʻahu allows you discover that each part of the island has its own uniqueness. In Hawaiian, the name “Oʻahu” translates to “gathering place”. Cultural wise, living on Oʻahu provides us many opportunities to share our own culture as well as learn the culture of others. Although there are some pros and cons to living on Oʻahu, there are aspects to it that make the lifestyle here quite beneficial. For the most part, the fact that we’re surrounded by an abundance of untouched beauty and a playground of exploration, living on Oʻahu can be an exciting adventure.

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