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Charming Ocean Pointe Home Near the Beach on Popular Kai Weke Street

Arguably the best street in Ocean Pointe, Kai Weke Street offers residents a short walk to beach access, and for some lucky homeowners, views of the ocean and Diamond Head. 91-1047 Kai Weke just happens to be on the view side.

Great Curb Appeal

View of Dining room and Foyer from Living Room Kitchen Island and Breakfast Nook

91-1047 Kai Weke (MLS# 201610905)

This charming 4 bed, 2.5 bath home is perfect for entertaining. The popular 400 series model offers unique features, such as an entrance foyer, formal dining room, and owned solar panels, solar water heater, and solar attic fan to keep the electricity bill in check.

Why is This the Best Street in Ocean Pointe?

Located at the top of Kai Loli Street, the neighborhood park is just a short stroll away. This park, a known neighborhood hub, with its large shade trees and tot play structure, is the perfect place to host a playdate, practice a sport, or just let the kids run off some energy. Neighbors have been known to host Easter Egg Hunts, 4th of July Bike Parades, and birthday parties at the park.

A short stroll down Kai Weke St. will bring you to Meleikekai Street where you make a left and then a right onto Onelua Beach Rd. Walk down at sunset and see incredible Westside sunsets over the ocean.

View from Nearby Beach

View from nearby beach

The house is located on the perimeter of an elevated retaining wall. This means there are no neighbors behind the house. The traffic in the alleyway is cut in half and the view from the backyard is open sky. Watch the sunrise from the bedroom window and the sunset down at the beach. This neighborhood is perfect for comfortable living – Hawaiian Style.

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