The Pacific coastline, stunning blue ocean, and sunrise over the ridge come alive from this tranquil home in the exclusive guarded community of Kahala Kua. The first of four unique architecturally designed CPR residences on a quiet cul-de-sac. The expansive spatial quality is enhanced by generous lanais and walls of panel windows that provides soft natural lighting and lovely views from most rooms. Low maintenance yard and the robust stucco exterior was freshly painted. The interior is accented by soaring glass block windows in stair landings and special features including separate laundry room, split AC, and walk-in closet. Two contractor inspections for restoration in all the right places. Priced under assessment for quick closing. Property tax will be lower for owner occupant.
Diamond Head is Oahu’s and perhaps Hawaii’s most famous landmark. Its neighborhood provides a bounty of nature’s amenities: the vast Pacific Ocean, spectacular views, stately trees, a gorgeous state park and of course, the majesty that is Diamond Head itself. Located at the east end of Waikiki, the Diamond Head area has a unique calmness and serenity enjoyed by all who visit or call it home. It is one of Hawaii’s most desirable suburbs, and the ultimate in Honolulu addresses. Diamond Head is an upscale community with residences ranging from quaint- yet- elegant cottages, small condos, executive homes, picturesque estates and luxury oceanfront properties.
At the base of Diamond Head is Honolulu’s “Gold Coast,” at the end of Kalakaua Avenue, across from Queen Kapiolani Regional Park. Elegant homes with Asian or Mediterranean architectural styles as well as charming bungalows and contemporary residences contribute to the uniqueness and allure of this cozy neighborhood. The Gold Coast is host to a few hotels, restaurants and private clubs and some of the best ocean- front condos on Oahu. The calm waters at their doorsteps offer exceptional swimming, diving, and several surf breaks.
Queen Kapiolani Regional Park is perfect for walking, jogging, and a variety of activities such as yoga or Tai Chi or tennis and embraces both the Diamond Head and Gold Coast neighborhoods. It is the finish line for the world renowned Honolulu Marathon, site of several ethnic festivals and the place where a variety of parades conclude their pageantry.
In addition to the wealth of activities that the park offers, Diamond Head and Gold Coast residents and their families enjoy the Waikiki Zoo, the Waikiki Aquarium, the Diamond Head Theater, and the Diamond Head State Monument with its stunning views of the coastline, historic hiking trail, and military history.
In addition to the Gold Coast, the Diamond Head neighborhood includes Kahala, Black Point, St. Louis, Waialae, Waialae Iki, Kaimuki, Kapahulu, Maunalani Heights, Niu Valley, Hawaii Loa Ridge, Wailupe Beach, Aina Haina, Kuliouou, and Paiko Lagoon.