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A Manoa Bungalow with Modern Appeal

Honolulu’s Manoa Valley neighborhood is home to the University of Hawaii, the Lyon Arboretum, and Punahou School, and is rightly considered one of Honolulu’s most popular neighborhoods. Great parks, great schools, charming older homes, and tree-lined streets are the hallmark of Manoa Valley. The school and University are towards the front of the valley, and the lush back of the valley is home to the Arboretum with its gardens and waterfalls. Homes come on the market and sell quickly in Manoa for that reason. 2306 Ho’onanea St (MLS 201713181) is exactly what you need if you are looking for a renovated, bungalow style home in Lower Manoa with ease of access to the University, Punahou School, Manoa Marketplace – the list goes on and on.

2306 Hoonanea St Facade

It is clear that a lot of thought and consideration went into renovating this beauty. The sellers have kept the wainscoting but painted it a bright white to keep it modern and fresh. The kitchen remodel could have been featured in any of the new Kaka’ako condo towers, as could the artful glass basin in the first floor bath. With new windows and doors sourced to resemble the originals, but new flooring and light fixtures with a decidedly “modern” sensibility, this is a gracious home brought into the 21st century with style.

2306 Hoonanea St Great Room

If you have been searching for a cottage that has space, charm, views, and is updated, then this is the home for you. Just remember you aren’t the only one hoping to find a home with style and grace here in Manoa so it is likely this one will sell quickly.

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Seller represented by Davin T. Kazama (R) with Wallace K. Kazama Realty.

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