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Kuapapa in Ewa Beach Community Pool is NOW OPEN

Many clients coming from the mainland worry about the smaller sizes of homes in the state. While this is typically true for Hawaii, it is also true that more time is, or should be spent outdoors. The homes square footage, storage space and land is smaller in Hawaii but many areas have a community centers and offer pools to enjoy. This is true with one of the newer residential areas built by Haseko in Ewa Beach, the community of Kuapapa. This enclave of homes consists of 200 newly built single family properties boarding Ocean Pointe. There are many wonderful parts of this community but one is the much anticipate community pool.  After numerous years of development and waiting the pool is now open as of 6/9/2017. If you have officially taken occupancy and moved in, you are able to enjoy this new pool and community area. The space has showers, BBQ’s and pavilions to enjoy the outdoor surroundings. Like most outdoor pools in Hawaii its not an exceptionally deep pool with this one only being 4.5 feet, but its enough to stand and cool off. There is also a free flowing water fall feature opposite the hot tub adjacent to the pool.

Like many community projects and centers of an association this venture is funded by the monthly HOA dues. This project charges $235 a month as an HOA fee giving access to the pool, the new Wai Kai lagoon area, internet, HD Cable and telephone service. When you add up all the benefits off the community it really is a great value. The pool has a full time GM to oversee and protect the beautiful area so all can enjoy for many years to come. As a resident you must register with the association and then be given a key FOB. The FOB’s are trackable and give the property the ability to monitor those who are accessing the area. It is strictly for the area residents and their guests. The current pool hours are from 10am til 9pm, seven days a week. Onsite parking and handicapped accessibility is available. Obviously they do have some rules for the pool that must be adhered to at all times.

If you want to know more about this community or any others please drop me a line.

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