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City # Listings Min Price Max Price PPSQFT AIEA 53 $194,900 $728,000 $477 EWA BEACH 80 $260,000 $829,000 $540 HALEIWA 1 $699,900 $699,900 $941 HAUULA 6 $84,000 $399,000 $290 HONOLULU 1568 $23,000 $17,500,000 $813 KAHUKU 10 $658,000 $3,300,000 $1,159 KAILUA 21 $450,000 $1,499,000 $626 KANEOHE 37 $220,000 $949,999 $540 KAPOLEI 90 $350,000 $2,995,000 $627 MAUNALOA 4 $174,900 $349,000 $421 MILILANI 83 $250,000 $975,000 $517 PEARL CITY 26 $229,900 $980,000 $485 WAHIAWA 8 $89,900 $415,000 $279 WAIALUA 7 $350,000 $510,000 $580 WAIANAE 68 $81,000 $949,000 $346 WAIPAHU 40 $265,000 $749,000 $541
Aiea is located 6 miles northwest of Honolulu and is home to Pearlridge, Hawaii's largest enclosed shopping center, overlooking historic Pearl Harbor. Approximately 9,000 people reside in this city, many of them Aiea condo owners, who enjoy the nearby State Park, bike paths, and hiking the Aiea Loop with its spectacular views.
Many desirable communities in the growing area of Ewa Beach. Beautiful golf courses, beach lagoon, new schools, parks, and first rate shopping plazas all complement the area.
Haleiwa is a community on the north shore of Oahu, very popular among residents and tourists alike. Visit the beautiful Beach Park, located close to town and great eating places. Or, try the weekly Farmers' Market, a favorite among the locals for freshly grown produce, fish, and bakery items.
Looking for Hauula? Travel 30 miles north from Honolulu and youâ€™ll find this quaint fishing community nestled along Oahuâ€™s northeastern shore near the majestic Koolau Mountains. Hauula is named for the enchanting hau trees that still grow here and blossom a spectrum of colors each summer.
The majority of Oahu's population is condensed into the sprawling city of Honolulu on the island's southeastern shores. In addition to skyscrapers that line the downtown business district, there's a number of chic Honolulu condo developments in and around the city. There's also a strong tie to Oahu's history here. Iconic landmarks like the King Kamehameha I statue, the royal Iolani Palace, and the Aloha Tower are reminders of Hawaii's unique heritage.
The north shore community of Kahuku is loaded with charm. These crystal blue waters are home to some of the most celebrated surf spots in the world including Sunset Beach, the Banzai Pipeline, and Waimea Bay. Walk to Kahuku Point, the northernmost point on Oahu, for a dose of local flavor, and watch fishermen leisurely pole fish or cast their thrownets from the shore.
Kailua is place of natural beauty. Its name in the Hawaiian language means â€œtwo seasâ€ or â€œtwo currentsâ€ for the two lagoons which traverse Kailua Bay. This beach community is located on the windward coast of Oahu and is blessed with constant offshore trade winds. As a result, itâ€™s one of the most celebrated windsurfing and kitesurfing destinations in the world.
The town of Kaneohe is nestled along the breathtaking Kaneohe Bay on the windward side of Oahu. Itâ€™s not a well-known tourist destination, but herein lies its appeal. You wonâ€™t find streets clogged with visitors or overinflated prices. Instead, youâ€™ll enjoy dramatic views of the Koolau Mountains as your glass bottom boat glides from Heeia Kea Pier towards Coconut Island.
Spread out over a vast expanse of former sugarcane and pineapple fields on Oahu's leeward side, Kapolei is known as Oahu's second city. This is the coastal side of the Waianae Mountain Range and home to Mount Kaala, the highest point on the island.
The quaint plantation village of Maunaloa is nestled among miles of verdant hills above Molokaiâ€™s western coast. In fact, itâ€™s the only town in West End on this remote island. The beautiful Papohaku Beach is one of the largest white sand beaches in all of Hawaii and composed of three miles of nearly flat, soft sand dunes.
Mililani is nestled on Oahu's lush Central Plateau between the Waianae Mountains to the west and the Koolau Mountains to the east. Many residents of Mililani condos for sale commute to Honolulu, just 20 miles away. It's an easy tradeoff for the luxury of living in a mountain town with cooler temperatures. This town is home to the Mililani Technology Park, a beautifully landscaped area that includes several high-tech industries. If you love to golf, the Par 72 course ...
The north shore of Oahu's Pearl Harbor is home to Pearl City, a town of about 30,000 residents. Since much of this area is occupied by a U.S. Navy base and is also headquarters to the U.S. Pacific Fleet, it's not surprising that Pearl City is made of many military families. It's a convenient five mile commute to and from the naval installation and only 12 miles to Honolulu.
Wahiawa is tucked into Oahuâ€™s fertile central valley between the Koolau Mountains and the Waianae Mountains. While this community is not located on the coast, it is surrounded on three sides by the picturesque Wahiawa Reservoir, also known as Lake Wilson. Itâ€™s a serene area surrounded by lush vegetation and marks the only place to freshwater fish on the entire island.
The former sugar plantation of Waialua is tucked between the sea and the Waianae Mountains on the North Shore of Oahu. The historic sugar mill in the center of town was the epicenter for one of the largest sugar plantations in Hawaii from the early 1900s until 1996. Today, cacao and coffee trees flourish around the town and part of the former refinery is used to produce some of the finest chocolate and coffee in the world.
Oahu's leeward coast at the base of the 4,000 foot Waianae mountain range is the ultimate destination for relaxation. Though Waianae is the main town on this side of the island, it's quaint by Honolulu standards. Live here and you're largely removed from the island's tourist zones, yet just 22 miles northwest of Honolulu and 30 miles from Waikiki. The sandy beaches are off the beaten path, but all the usual Hawaiian adventures abound â€“ minus the inflated ...
Waipahu was named for the artesian spring that gushed from this town long ago. Situated north of Pearl Harbor in southern Oahu, this community was once considered to be the capital of the island. Its fertile ground paved the way for a sugar plantation, and the Oahu Sugar Company was incorporated in 1897.
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Last Updated: 2021-10-15