What Do You Like About Living in Kailua, Oahu?

In brainstorming marketing strategies for my new listing in Kailua, I stopped to think about Kailua and asked myself, “Why would someone want to live in Kailua?” I personally live in Manoa Valley. That’s another story I’ll share with you in the future. But having lived on Oahu for over 30 years, I’ve spent a lot of time in Kailua. I love the vibe there, the mountain to the ocean picture-postcard views, Kailua Beach, and of course, the friendly residents.

Then I had an epiphany! Rather than trying to answer these questions myself, I decided to ask the experts. I interviewed friends, family, co-workers, clients, and residents who live in Kailua with one simple question: “Why do you like living in Kailua, Oahu?”

Benefits of Living in Kailua, Oahu

Those interviewed were very eager and enthusiastic to give me their feedback. I’ve condensed the colorful and enthusiastic responses here:

  • Close proximity to world-renowned Kailua Beach
  • Beautiful mountains
  • Ease of access to 3 Highways, Pali, LikeLike and H3, easily connecting us to all areas of Oahu
  • Close enough but far enough from town
  • Hiking trails and biking paths
  • Wonderfully walkable town
  • Smaller community feel but close to everything you need
  • Locally owned businesses offering an eclectic selection of restaurants, coffee shops, art galleries
  • Farmers’ market
  • No high rises
  • Locally made crafts and specialty shops
  • Refreshing breezes
  • Sandy and accessible swimming beaches
  • Giant marsh
  • Local vibe and events
  • Broad mix of people
  • Outdoor Circle’s planned landscaping
  • Mountain and ocean mix
  • Mostly peaceful and quiet areas
  • Very happy about the new vacation rental bill
  • Just the right mix of town and country!

Wow! I think that just about says it all! Ready to call the wonderful Windward side of Oahu, “My Kailua”? Call, text, or email me for a list of available properties in Kailua. And be sure to check out my beautiful new Kailua Bluffs listing.

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