Charming Plantation House in Kapaa With Additional Dwelling Rights

This 2BD (with optional 3rd) / 1.5BA plantation style home is on over a ½ acre lot just outside of the heart of Kapaa town. Built in 1949, this charming residence is perfect for those looking to experience an authentic plantation style home with modern upgrades and conveniences.

5004 Laipo Road, MLS #621121

Large lot with additional dwelling rights

This sweet home currently boasts two bedrooms, one with a large ensuite bathroom. There is an additional space (presently serving as an office) that was once utilized as a bedroom and could be made to return to one. The kitchen has been updated with new cabinetry and appliances and offers a walk-in pantry. A covered front lanai, large carport, numerous mature fruit trees, and outdoor Japanese bathhouse are some additional exterior amenities to 5004 Laipo Rd.

Living and dining room with door leading to front lanai

Living room with optional 3rd BD in background currently serving as an office space

Kitchen with modern amenities 

Master bedroom that overlooks the backyard

Master ensuite bathroom with vintage clawfoot tub

With the ability to build a 2nddwelling, the purchase of this property offers opportunities for further development. Located in Ilima Gardens/Ota tract, accessibility to the beach, Kapaa bike path, shopping, and dining are just a few minutes away.

Large front and backyard

Back side of carport and Japanese bath house

Double lot zoned for an additional dwelling

Property Details

3BA/1.5BA  |  1022 sqft.

.63 acre land

MLS #621121

Offered at $630,000

Please contact Amy or Billy for further information and/or to arrange and showing.

amyfrazier@hawaiilife.com  |  808.639.9011

billy@hawaiilife.com  |  808.212.6658

Comments (0) Show CommentsHide Comments (Remember)

Cool. Add your comment...

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Leave your opinion here. Please be nice. Your Email address will be kept private, this form is secure and we never spam you.

More Articles from Hawaii Life