Approximate lot size is 13,902 sq. ft. Monthly taxes and assessment includes TMK No. 1-3-9-3-38 (Sold on 10/11/13.) Fabulous sunset, Diamond Head views from one of the best locations in the State! Do not enter property without listing agent. DO NOT TRESPASS. Call Listor. Listor must be present for showings.
Explore Communities: Hawaii Kai
Hawaii Kai is consistently one of Honolulu's most preferred addresses. It is home to designer estates, marina and executive residences, and luxury high-rise condominiums and townhouses.
Located on the island of Oahu, Hawaii Kai is the largest of several communities at the eastern end of the island. The area was largely developed in the 1950s by Henry J. Kaiser whose dream of creating a community where quality of life was reflected in every home and open space became a reality. Upscale and vibrant, Hawaii Kai includes the notable neighborhoods of Mariners Ridge, Kalama Valley, Queens Gate, Hahaione Valley, and the renowned Portlock.
Hawaii Kai's residents enjoy a peaceful, quiet, yet energetic place, with wide waterways and gently curving roads that lead to awe-inspiring vistas. Homes are built around a series of lagoons and canals lined with rock walls, and the community also extends back into the several valleys and up their majestic ridges.
With its location on serene Maunalua Bay, activities such as jet and water-skiing, boating, parasailing, kayaking and fishing are plentiful. Some of Hawaii's most famous water spots are nearby: Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, Halona Blowhole Lookout, Makapuu and Sandy Beach. There are also two golf courses. The valleys above Hawaii Kai invite hiking or a leisurely trek to the Koko Head Botanical Garden. Koko Head Crater offers magnificent views of surf breaks and the coastline from its 646-foot summit as well as glimpses of the neighboring islands of Molokai and Lanai.
The Koko Marina Center, Hawaii Kai Shopping Center and Hawaii Kai Towne Center provide the Hawaii Kai community with unique eateries, entertainment, waterfront dining, quaint boutiques, gift shops, national chain stores, financial institutions, and convenience stores.