Located on Kāpalama Ridge, ‘Ālewa Heights is known for its beautiful city lights view and for one of the steepest streets in all of Honolulu.
‘Ālewa, meaning “to float,” is the perfect name to describe the perspective one gets over Honolulu. The first building up Alewa Heights, was a tea house, built in 1921. During World War II, this tea houses was used as a fire and first-aid station. From 1958 to the present, it has been known as Natsunoya Tea House and is huge local favorite.
There are a few nice neighborhood parks and conveniently located between Pali and Likelike Highway for easy access to the Windward Side.
2051 Kula Street is a wonderful island home on a quiet street with an asking price of $888,000 FS.
Amazing unobstructed ocean, Punch Bowl, and city lights views. Home has been freshly painted inside and out. Under a million dollar home located in town.
Please watch our fix up video here:
Hardwood and laminate flooring with upgraded LED lighting. 2/1 upstairs and the basement is one large open space with kitchenette and bath.
You can view our 3D model here:
Please check out AlewaHeights.com for more information!