Kauai Kailani Oceanfront Condos Kapaa

Kauai Kailani is located in a prime location in Kapaa on the ocean. There are 75 total units, 30 in the roadside building and 45 in the oceanfront building. The condos were completely renovated ~2013. The property doesn’t have a resort feel driving in, but the views from many of the condos in the oceanfront building are exceptional. The majority of units are 2 bedroom, 1 bath with washer & dryer hookups, full kitchen (range, full fridge, dishwasher, disposal), and a nice sized lanai.

Located within walking distance to everything in Kappa and bike path starts just a few blocks away. The majority of the units are used as vacation rentals but there are a number owner-occupants and long term renters. The property has 2 pools, and most of the units come with an assigned parking stall. The oceanfront building has an elevator, which is great when the stairs are looking too daunting after a long day of Kauai adventures or lugging all of your luggage/groceries/beach gear upstairs. The monthly AOAO Fee is $850, and if you’re looking for a beachfront condo in Kapaa, this complex is definitely worth checking out.

The back building offers a great opportunity to purchase a 2 bedroom condo in Kapaa for a more affordable price.

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Ja la

August 28, 2020

Where are the properties that are affordable for the worker bees that keep the islands running? These are lovely properties for the elite or for tourist.

Daniel Erickson

August 28, 2020

> That is one of the major debates and issues with real estate on Kauai, the average working family needs to be able to qualify for a $500k mortgage to get a house that needs significant work. Many worker bees and families are just unable to qualify, which unfortunately leads to a significant portion of wages going to rent. There are a number of initiatives the county has started to try to assist local families with this issue.

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