New Listing Coming Soon to Aina Haina

Are you looking for a wonderful residential neighborhood on Oahu? Do you want to live close to Kahala? Diamond Head? Waikiki? The Beach? If so, consider Aina Haina.

ocean view from home in aina haina oahu

At Home in Aina Haina

Residents love Aina Haina’s easy access to their very own local shopping center, plus the Kahala MallKuono Marketplace, and the freeway. You will, too! It’s super convenient. The Aina Haina community is a quiet and peaceful place and there isn’t a large turn over of homes in the neighborhood. Most of the homes were built in the ’40s and ’50s and are single-wall construction, but don’t be surprised to see new construction. Some new homes rival those built in neighborhoods like Hawaii Loa Ridge. If you are looking for a view, the ridges are the place to be. But, many residents love the homes that are situated on large, flat lots that allow for island-style get togethers. After all, Oahu is known as the gathering place and Aina Haina is the perfect neighborhood for gathering with friends and family.

aerial view of aina haina

New Listing in Aina Haina

Speaking of large, flat lots, we have a new listing coming on soon. It’s a well-loved home that’s been in the family for 75 years. It’s hard for the family to part with, but their hope is that a new buyer will make it their own and love it as much as they do. You’ll need to do some work, but if you want a spacious five bedroom home with loads of potential on a large level lot in a great neighborhood, take a drive on East Hind Drive on Sunday, October 8th, and visit us at our first open house.

The Sellers are doing some finishing touches and finalizing price, but we’ll be there to welcome you. Who knows? Maybe this will be your home sweet home in Aina Haina.

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