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Oahu’s Most Expensive Homes

Forbes Magazine released their article recently on America’s Most Expensive Homes. Oahu made the list this year, where the Kaiser Estate (MLS# 2819133) is listed for $80 Million.

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One of America’s most expensive homes

One of Oahu’s “trophy properties,” the Kaiser Estate in Hawaii Kai, still holds the record of the highest residential sale on Oahu and one of the highest in the nation, which was set 20 years ago. Japanese billionaire Genshiro Kawamoto paid $42.5 million back then. The configuration was slightly different then with some parcels included that are not included now, and some that are included now that weren’t then. What was also shocking was that when Kawamoto made the purchase, the parcels were all leasehold. They have since been purchased from Kamehameha schools, making the current offering fee simple, which in turn makes the property significantly more valuable.

While the Kaiser Estate tops the list of Oahu’s most expensive homes, there are many others that are noteworthy. For those affluent buyers for whom “money isn’t an issue,” here’s a gallery I put together of Oahu’s Most Expensive Homes. Feel free to contact me if any of these interest you.

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Justin - Head Web Head

June 23, 2010

Don’t sell that thing just yet. I’m buying that property when I sell Hawaii Life!

Justin - Head Web Head

June 23, 2010

Don’t sell that thing just yet. I’m buying that property when I sell Hawaii Life!

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sabaschen

June 23, 2010

If I had a lot of money I would buy these houses in hawwaii they are gorgus I would want at least nine bedrooms and nine bathrooms and a maids quarters, just the ideae of living in hawwaii would be an ideal, My dream is to sell these properties in hawwaii that would be my dream in life nothing would be better than that sinserly sabaschen

sabaschen

June 23, 2010

If I had a lot of money I would buy these houses in hawwaii they are gorgus I would want at least nine bedrooms and nine bathrooms and a maids quarters, just the ideae of living in hawwaii would be an ideal, My dream is to sell these properties in hawwaii that would be my dream in life nothing would be better than that sinserly sabaschen

Zorro Ayabe

June 23, 2010

Mor information , thanks

Zorro Ayabe

June 23, 2010

Mor information , thanks

David Buck

June 23, 2010

@Zorro – I’ll email you directly. Aloha, David

David Buck

June 23, 2010

@Zorro – I’ll email you directly. Aloha, David

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