Remodeled in 2005, this move-in ready home offers beautiful landscapes on a large 7,820 sq. ft. lot with an enclosed yard. The large open floor plan is perfect for Hawaiian living and entertaining. Amazing location, just blocks from the beach on a rarely available street in Kailua’s highly desirable Koolaupoku neighborhood. Enjoy upgrades including new windows and split AC units throughout, updated kitchen cabinets, counters, and appliances, and discounted electricity with a solar water heater. A new master bedroom, bath, and large walk-in closet were also a recent permitted addition to the home. The covered lanai in the backyard can be converted for additional living space or more entertainment options. Conveniently located near Kailua’s shopping and restaurants, this home is also just blocks away from hiking trails and parks overlooking Mount Olomana and the Koolau Mountains.
Kailua is an upscale, highly desirable community known for its diverse lifestyle and proximity to a world famous beach. Lanikai Beach has been consistently rated as America's number one beach for the past several years. With its soft, powdery white sand and turquoise water, Lanikai offers swimming, canoeing, snorkeling, and stand-up paddle boarding. It's the perfect environment to enjoy and appreciate Hawaii's natural beauty. In addition to the numerous biking, walking and hiking trails, there is a multitude of unique eateries, quaint boutiques, grocery stores, small niche businesses, and farmers markets.
Kailua is made up of many different subdivisions, such as Coconut Grove, Enchanted Lakes, and Lanikai. Homes range from modest single family residences to multimillion dollar estates, some resembling East Coast style bungalows and cottages or stately architectural masterpieces. In particular, Lanikai is a sought after address since virtually every home is within two blocks from its internationally famous beach. Kailua also includes the following neighborhoods: Waimanalo Country Club, Keolu Hills, Maunawili, Olomana, Pohakupu Beachside, Kalama Kawailoa, Koolaupoko, Aikahi Park, Kaimalino, and Kalaheo.
Kailua is on the windward side of Oahu and approximately 25 minutes from Honolulu, but there’s no need to leave: Kailua is a self-contained community that has something for everybody. Kailua residents have a strong sense of community and a genuine appreciation for their neighborhood. Even the President of the United States considers Kailua a very special place since he and his family spend regular Christmas vacations here.