Top 3 Golf Course Neighborhoods in Hawaii Kai, Oahu

Oahu, Hawaii is one of the best places to live for golfers who want to live near the fairways. With close proximity to the beach and lush views of golf course greens, Hawaii Kai golf course neighborhoods have it all. If you’re an avid golfer, there are several choices for purchasing a golf course frontage home in Hawaii Kai. Here are the top 3 golf course neighborhoods in Hawai Kai, Oahu.

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1. Laulima

The Laulima community is located just minutes away from Sandy Beach. Some of these homes even have a view of Sandy Beach. The 106 homes built in the area were developed in a cluster-style community. This means there are clusters of 3 to 8 homes “clustered” together and may share a driveway. Don’t let the term “cluster” fool you, the layout of the community was designed to create a sense of privacy and space. These homes range from 1,400 to 1,880 in living interior square feet. Check out Laulima homes for sale in Hawaii Kai.

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2. Queen’s Gate

Queen’s Gate is located across the Laulima neighborhood. It is one of the few gated communities in Hawaii Kai. Queen’s Gate is the largest of these golf course neighborhoods with 120 single-family homes. Amenities include: two tennis / pickle ball courts, two racquetball courts, and a community recreation center, not to mention the neighborhood’s own private events like yoga and pau hana Fridays. Queen’s Gate’s newest initiative is the Queen’s Gate Golf Club! Seems only fitting, right? See Queen’s gate homes for sale here.

3. Koko Villas

Koko Villas is one of the newer developments in Hawaii Kai, built in 2005. Uniquely located near the base of Koko Crater and the entrance of the Koko Crater Botanical Garden. Koko Villas consists of 70 single-family homes. The homes range from about 1,900 interior square feet to homes with almost 3,200 living square footage. Take a look at Koko Villas homes for sale here.

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Want to learn more about the Hawaii Kai area? Read more at 10 Reasons to Love Hawaii Kai.

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Cherie Tsukamoto

October 11, 2022

Great blog about some great neighborhoods!

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