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      OPEN: 05/26, 2pm - 5pm
      TURN KEY & MOVE IN READY. Renovated townhome new kitchen, bathrooms, vanity and flooring. Get close to the nature residing in Streamside Launani community which is nearby Wheeler and Schofield Military Base. Enjoy the ambience from the balcony and the amenities that this community offers. Grab your phone and secure your private tour and move in already.
      95-895 wikao street #e303, Mililani
      Townhome in streamside @ launani vly 1
      $509,000 | 2 bd, 2 ba | 873 sqft
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      OPEN: 05/27, 3pm - 6pm
      No Private Showings: OPEN HOUSES SUNDAY (5/26) 12:00-500pm & MONDAY (5/27) 3:30-6:30pm. This gem is a rare find with no neighbors behind, offering the ultimate seclusion and tranquility. YES, it’s a PERIMETER LOT! With the primary bedroom and bathroom on the bottom floor, step inside to discover a haven of modern luxury, featuring high ceilings that enhance the spacious feel of the home. The kitchen boasts upgraded soft-close cabinets, sleek quartz counters, and a stunning custom tile backsplash. The custom-built entertainment center seamlessly complements the kitchen, offering a stylish space for relaxation and gatherings. Indulge in the beautifully renovated bathrooms, where every detail has been meticulously crafted to perfection. Plantation shutters decorate the windows, providing both comfort and privacy, while split AC units in every room ensure year-round comfort. But the real highlight? The fully enclosed patio, already permitted and ready for your enjoyment. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to own a slice of paradise in Mililani Mauka, with all the bells and whistles you could ask for! Make it yours today!  Offers due Wednesday, 5/29, at 9:00pm.
      95-1073 alakaina street, Mililani
      Home in mililani mauka
      $1,499,000 | 3 bd, 3 ba | 2,513 sqft
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      OPEN: 05/26, 2pm - 5pm
      Welcome home to the WOODCREST GATED COMMUNITY!  This stunning home underwent a half million dollar remodel/ expansion in 2020 by an award winning DESIGNER.  Large, open floorplan with 5 bedrooms and 4 full baths plus a 3 CAR GARAGE includes 2 PRIMARY SUITES with spacious ensuite Baths providing a sanctuary either upstairs or downstairs.  The kitchen is the CENTERPIECE with a farmhouse sink, abundant cabinetry, large pantry, excellent appliances, wine refrigerator and a huge, inviting ISLAND! PLANTATION SHUTTERS and electric Blinds throughout.  Enjoy large closets and an abundance of storage.  Special features include CENTRAL AC, 18 OWNED PV panels, vaulted ceilings, transom and dual panes windows and Lanai with Pergola.  STUNNING LANDSCAPING - perfection at every turn!
      95-1052 kualapa street, Mililani
      Home in mililani mauka
      $2,100,000 | 5 bd, 4 ba | 3,117 sqft
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      OPEN: 05/25, 1pm - 5pm
      **HIGHLY MOTIVATED SELLER, OFFERING $10,000 CREDIT!**  Step into paradise with this RECENTLY RENOVATED TOWNHOME located in HIGHLY DESIRABLE MILILANI.  Boasting an open floorplan and a host of UPGRADES FROM TOP TO BOTTOM, this home offers the perfect blend of modern luxury and island charm.  Enter through the private front entryway, REAR COURTYARD, or ATTACHED GARAGE into a space that exudes comfort and style.  Upgrades were completed in every room to include new paint, kitchen and laundry appliances, water heater, garage door opener, split A/Cs and vinyl flooring.  Roam freely on your own driveway or venture off to the playground or pool area.  Plus, with ACCESS TO ALL 7 RECREATION CENTERS in Mililani, the entertainment options are endless.  LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION!  Benefit from easy access to military bases, shopping centers, as well as elite schools, the YMCA, public library, and more.  Enjoy all these amenities and conveniences without breaking the bank, with maintenance fees under $480 per month.  This townhome won't stay on the market for long.  Schedule a viewing before it's too late!
      94-1030 anania circle #70, Mililani
      Townhome in spruce ridge villas
      $620,000 | 2 bd, 2 ba | 1,127 sqft
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      About Mililani

      Mililani is a beautiful place to live. Attractive homes, landscaped and maintained common areas, and scenic views of two mountain ranges and the ocean are just a few of the pleasing aesthetics in Mililani’s central Oahu location. Recreation centers, good schools, lots of parks, and convenient shopping centers provide the resources for a balanced lifestyle. Neighbors are friendly and helpful, and community life is thriving in Mililani.

      Mililani was constructed with its central Oahu roots firmly in mind.

      From pineapple fields to a planned community, the early low-rise architecture was designed to maintain the country atmosphere. The first homes in Mililani Town are generally plantation and ranch styles and, later, two-story homes and townhouses. With 16,000 homes planned overall, Castle & Cooke built about 400 homes each year. Each new area offered the latest in popular single-family and townhouse architectural styles and conveniences.

      Mililani Mauka construction began in 1990 with a planned 5,000 homes. Today, many lovely homes line the ridges created on Mauka’s upland terrain. Mauka also has more townhomes, in a wide variety of designs and price ranges. Only one road leads in and out of Mauka, and stores and eateries are limited to one small gateway location to maintain a quiet country ambiance.

      Single-family homes in Mililani Town are averaging almost $1,000,000. The homes and lots in Mauka are generally larger, and more expensive. Mililani Mauka has the fastest growing home appreciation values in the state, and single-family homes in Mauka are averaging well over $1,000,000. Townhouses in Mauka range from $260,000 to almost $900,000.


      Looking for a home closer to the beach? Check out homes for sale on the North Shore.

      Mililani began as a family-oriented community, and today, it still is, more than ever!

      However, those young couples that bought in the ‘70s and ‘80s to raise a family still live in Mililani. Many new homebuyers are the children of those original residents because they know firsthand that Mililani is a great place to raise a family.

      Like other communities on Oahu, Mililani has an eclectic mix of ethnicities. Many residents are from Central Oahu and trace ancestry to immigrants who worked in the sugar cane and pineapple industries. With Schofield Barracks and Wheeler Army AirField close by, many military families also make Mililani home, and many return to retire here.

      Mililani has a numerous array of activities for residents.

      The Mililani Town Association (MTA) cares for the pleasant landscaping in the common areas. MTA also manages seven recreation centers (six with swimming pools, two with outdoor tennis/pickleball courts, and one with an indoor volleyball/basketball court). Swim lessons, aquatics, and tennis lessons are popular offerings. Additional activities for residents may include fitness, yoga, hula, dance, martial arts, senior and toddler programs, and residents teaching their skills in crafts and horticulture.

      The City and County of Honolulu also maintains several parks around Mililani, well utilized for youth baseball and soccer and just relaxing in the park. There are also tennis and basketball courts, a gym, and skateboard parks.

      Mililani has a very playable golf course with single-family homes and townhouses bordering its perimeter. The course has a popular local restaurant also.

      Two of the many special happenings in Mililani are the annual Christmas parade for the keikis (kids) and the annual Obon Festival, a joyous occasion with dance and the haunting drums!

      Three convenient shopping centers are in Mililani Town.

      Each one has a different grocer: Foodland, Times, and Safeway. The largest center is the Town Center of Mililani, anchored by the first Walmart in the state and a movie theatre complex.

      Town Center of Mililani. Photo credit: AHL.
      Town Center of Mililani. Photo credit: AHL.

      Two busy farmers’ markets supply local fresh fruits and vegetables as well as baked goods and other edibles: one on Sunday mornings and the other on Friday afternoons to early evening.

      Mililani’s elevation keeps the weather cooler.

      Mililani is built on the elevated central plateau. Its average elevation is 670 feet above sea level, resulting in cooler temperatures than on the coast. Tsunamis and hurricanes are not a flooding threat at this elevation. At the top of Mililani Mauka, the elevation is over 1,000 feet, with temperatures 2-3 degrees even cooler.

      The year-round temperatures average between 66°(19°C) and 86°(30°C). In late summer, when the trade winds stop blowing and the light winds are from the warm south, it can be hot and humid but still cooler than on the coast.

      The average monthly rainfall is rarely above 3 inches, with most rain a drizzle. In this “liquid sunshine,” rainbows are an awesome common phenomenon.

      Commute times depend on the destination.

      The H-2 Freeway divides Mililani Town from Mililani Mauka. It merges with the H-1 Freeway, traveling east and west. Commute time into Honolulu in rush hour is 45-90 minutes.

      Many residents leave as early as 4:00 a.m. to avoid the traffic rush. Traffic tends to ease after 9:00 a.m., and on return, after 7:00 p.m. With Castle & Cooke’s new Koa Ridge planned community, now in its early stages, commute times during rush hour are expected to lengthen.

      Nanea in Koa Ridge is located in Waipiʻo, directly before Mililani when coming from town.
      Nanea in Koa Ridge is located in Waipiʻo, directly before Mililani when coming from town.

      TheBus public transportation runs two express buses from Mililani to downtown Honolulu at 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. TheBus also has regular hourly routes throughout Mililani.

      On the other hand, the commute time to Kapolei, heading in the opposite direction of the heavy traffic flow, is much more convenient: 20-30 minutes.

      Commute times to Wheeler AAF and Schofield Barracks are 10-15 minutes.

      Mililani Mauka has fewer property crimes than Mililani Town.

      However, Town and Mauka have far fewer violent and property crimes than the national average. Many homeowners have installed state-of-the-art security systems to deter thieves.

      Education is a priority for Mililani families.

      Based on Great Schools criteria, Mililani’s public schools are rated average or above average. Mililani High School has the highest rating and is acknowledged for preparing students well for college.

      Of the public schools, three elementary schools (PK-5) and the high school (9-12) are in Mililani Town. Two elementary schools (PK-5) and the middle school (6-8) are in Mililani Mauka.

      One private Christian school (PK-12) serves the Mililani community. There are several private pre-kindergarten and kindergarten schools, including Montessori and Head Start.

      Medical care is available in Mililani and nearby.

      Medical facilities are well represented in Mililani. Straub Medical Center has two locations. Queen’s Health Care Center and Access Medical Clinic also have facilities in Mililani. Kaiser Permanente Clinic Center is four miles away in Waipi’o. A health care clinic for military personnel is at Schofield Barracks.

      Mililani also has a walk-in orthopedic center and three physical therapy centers.

      Mililani is within 15 miles of several hospitals. Wahiawa General Hospital is about five miles from Mililani. Queen’s Medical Center West Oahu and Pali Momi Medical Center are each about 9 miles away. Around 15 miles from Mililani are Kaiser Permanente Moanalua Medical Center and Tripler Army Medical Center.

      Mililani is a casual town, and its many restaurants reflect this.

      Many residents heartily support local favorite eateries, no three-star Michelin ratings, just onolicious food. There are ethnic cuisines and nationally known franchises and fast food places. There are also healthy eating options at many of the restaurants.

      The Shack is one of my favorite local restaurants. The indoor-outdoor setting has a ’60s vibe with surfboards, vintage Hawai’i photos, and old vehicle license plates from all over tacked on the walls. Classic neon beer signs hang from the beamed ceiling. The bar is the only one on the town side of Mililani.

      I like to go for a weekday lunch when The Shack is far less crowded, and quieter. We’ll sit on the covered lānai, and my son will chow down on the teri beef, one of the huge plate lunches. But my favorite is the oriental salad with teriyaki chicken still warm from the grill, crispy lettuce and noodles, mandarin orange slices, bean sprouts, purple onion, red and green peppers. All this with an oh-so-yummy dressing and served up in a large woven-wood bowl. I order the salad every time I’m there!

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