A Townhome That Lives Like a Single-Family Home!

Do you want to live in a townhome that looks and feels like a single-family home? If so, take a look at this large 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath townhome at Kalama Ku’u in Hawaii Kai.

1161 A-101 Mokuhano Street (MLS #202311042) is lovely and it offers a versatile floor plan with a large primary suite and bathroom downstairs and a second primary suite and bathroom upstairs. If you have a large or extended family, you’ll love the space and layout of this unique home. It’s great for professionals working from home, too. Do you homeschool? What about all those mainland guests? This home is perfect for anyone who desires space and flexibility.

I love how the kitchen, dining, and living area combine to create an open concept and comfortable living space. Everything flows so well in this home! Bright interiors, tasteful touches, and the views to the large, landscaped backyard all add to the appeal. There aren’t many townhomes in Hawaii Kai that offer a private backyard. Do you like gardening? Barbecuing? Or, maybe you need an outdoor space for your fur baby. Kalama Ku’u is pet friendly. Another added bonus is the large laundry room. Plus, this property comes with a one car garage and one assigned parking stall. There is tons of storage, too. This townhome lives like a single-family home, but for far less $1,085,000.

These units don’t come on the market often and rarely do you find a floor plan in Hawaii Kai with a large primary bedroom on the ground floor! Speaking of Hawaii Kai, if you want to live, work and play in a marina front community close to some of Oahu’s most beautiful south shore beaches, you’ll love this vibrant community which offers great eateries, shops, ocean activities, and a wonderful island lifestyle!

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