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Oceanfront Diamond Head Complex in Ideal Oahu Location

2987 Kalakaua is one of Oahu’s desired addresses on the Gold Coast that is full of life and energy. Seconds outside your door is a surfer’s heaven with bliss from ocean fun, swimming, paddling, and snorkeling. This property is close to restaurants, parks, the action of Waikiki, and the Outrigger Canoe Country Club (the country club is for members only).

Begin living in paradise in Hawaii at 2987 Kalakaua

2987 Kalakaua Condo Information & Details

Trade winds and cross ventilation are graced inside the units and this enchanting complex is only 7 stories high and 41 total condo units. Completed in 1953 with 1 elevator and 2 stairways, there are 6 units per floor. The best views are in building 5 and 6. 

The association only allows 1 rental per quarter, so this is a great complex to call a primary or second home. There are 32 parking spaces with half that are covered. Onsite on the 4th floor is a community laundry. These are fee simple condos for sale at 2987 Kalakaua.

Reasonable monthly maintenance fees that includes hot and cold water, sewer, and an oceanfront pool with views of the clear blue ocean and calming sound of waves to soothe your soul.

Available Condos at 2987 Kalakaua

4 units for sale at 2987 Kalakaua ranging from 664 to 1,800 interior living square feet:

  • Unit 204: 1 bed/1 bath, $628K, $512.00 monthly fee
  • Unit 302: 1 bed/1 bath, $650K, $505.00 monthly fee
  • Unit 601: 1 bed/1 bath, $675K  $587.00 monthly fee
  • Unit 104: 3 bed/2 bath, $2,450,000, $1,531.00 monthly fee (977 sq. of wrap around lanai)

Note: Unit 402 sold $577,500 last year. This was a 1 bedroom/1 bathroom.

Tara L. Kelly, RA, CSP, SFR
Direct: 808-542-6014
Email: tara@hawaiilife.com

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