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The Jurassic House in Kailua

Kailua is a town on the East shore of the island of Oahu with the population of roughly 40,000 people. It is believed that Hawaiians inhabited the slopes of Kawainui Marsh, as long as 1500 years ago. Kailua beach is recognized as the best beach in Hawaii and frequently appears on the “Top 10” lists world-wide. Known for its crystal clear waters, fine sand, gentle waves, and warm temperature. All with the magnificent backdrop of the Ko’olau Mountains and various small islands scattered off shore. This home at 211 N Kainalu is a third of a mile away.

aerial view of oahu home

Kailua, meaning “two seas” or “two currents,” is a highly desirable neighborhood for its beauty, conveniences, and close proximity to Honolulu, yet worlds away.

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Legend has it that dinosaurs still inhabit the sleepy town of Kailua and have been known to frequent this home.

This home boasts upgraded gourmet kitchen with quartz counters, hardwood cabinets, and stainless steel appliances.

white modern kitchen

Primary and secondary bedrooms/baths are on the main level.

bedroom with large windows

master bathroom

Large back yard with endless possibilities. Freshly painted inside and out with ceramic tile and engineered hardwood flooring. New aluminum roof and an owned 24 PV panel system. Great indoor/outdoor living with glass sliding doors in each bedroom and the living room that open up to lanai and patio space.

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Here is a video to watch our cosmetic rehab of the home:




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Diane Chavez

August 24, 2022

I loved your you tube video. That was creative and fun. The point you made so well is how great the back yard is for kids.
The house looked amazing as well.

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