Kuliouou real estate is a located on Oahu’s east side, between Niu Valley and Hawaii Kai. Although it is technically part of the Diamond Head region, because it’s so far down the Kalanianaole Highway, it’s easy to assume that it’s part of Hawaii Kai. Homes in this neighborhood sit on a generally flat section of the Koolau Mountains as they slope down toward Maunalua Bay and the Pacific Ocean. Residents enjoy slightly cooler temperatures, more rainfall, and therefore lusher vegetation than those living in properties along the coast. There is typically little traffic up here, so it’s a quiet area, and many yards are full of fruit trees and beautiful flowers, which add nice touches to the landscaping.
Kuliouou home owners enjoy close proximity to shopping centers in Hawaii Kai, a convenient 20-30 minute commute into downtown Honolulu, and a short drive to beaches and beach parks along Kalanianaole Highway. Residents also have access to Kuliouou Ridge Trail, which offers a hike that both beginners and more advanced hikers will enjoy, and whose trailhead is located right in the neighborhood.
Most Kuliouou houses are medium-sized, single-family homes offering 2-3 bedrooms and 1,100 - 1,900 sq ft of living space. There are also larger homes with 6+ bedrooms and over 3,000 sq ft of living space. These houses tend to be separated into individual living areas with private entrances, which makes them ideal if you’re in the market for a rental property. While there are properties in Kuliouou with large 11,000-12,000 sq ft lots, and even a few on expansive lots over 1 acre, the vast majority of homes in this neighborhood offer smaller lots in the 5,000 sq ft range. Lots can be level, terraced or sloping. Most houses on lots that are level spread out in one story layouts and offer views of the mountains rising up around the neighborhood. On the sloping and terraced lots, you’ll find a number of split-level and two-story homes, many with a lanai that looks out to the surrounding mountains, and some offering ocean views as well. Facing east, many residents enjoy incredible sunrise views!
The interior layouts often feature open living areas and family rooms with open-beam ceilings and wood accents throughout. The vaulted ceilings in some of these homes can create the illusion of a larger space when space is actually quite limited. You’ll find that, while Kuliouou homes aren’t luxurious, they are very nice, feature clean,open designs, and are well taken care of. A large number were built in the 1980s, and another grouping of homes in the neighborhood were built in the 1950d and 1960s. You can find a few newer homes built as recently as 2007 and older homes dating back to the ‘30s scattered throughout the neighborhood as well.
No matter when a house was built, the attraction for new residents is the same as it’s been for decades: a lush mountainside locale, beautiful views, and a quiet neighborhood that is conveniently located close to towns, shopping centers, restaurants and other businesses. If you’d like to escape to a home with tropical mountain surroundings while staying close to great beaches, a home in Kuliouou may be the perfect fit!
The price range of houses for sale in Kuliouou is $810K to $1.95M with a median price of $985K, median interior of 1,500sf and median land size of 10,516sf.
The median price of houses sold in Kuliouou year-to-date (Jan 21, 2017) is $1.15M. In previous years it was $822K (2016), $830K (2015), $811K (2014), $790K (2013), $720K (2012), $662K (2011), $700K (2010), $729K (2009), $687K (2008), $825K (2007), $722K (2006), $730K (2005), $570K (2004), $454K (2003).
1 house has sold in Kuliouou year-to-date (Jan 21, 2017). In previous years, the total number of houses sold were 15 (2016), 11 (2015), 12 (2014), 13 (2013), 15 (2012), 12 (2011), 4 (2010), 9 (2009), 11 (2008), 11 (2007), 11 (2006), 11 (2005), 10 (2004), 13 (2003).
On average Kuliouou houses were on the market for 67 days before they were sold (Jan 21, 2017). In previous years it was 71 days (2016), 84 days (2015), 95 days (2014), 55 days (2013), 61 days (2012), 88 days (2011), 46 days (2010), 71 days (2009), 83 days (2008), 56 days (2007), 52 days (2006), 67 days (2005), 47 days (2004), 50 days (2003).
The total dollar volume of houses currently for sale in Kuliouou is $9.09M and the sold dollar volume year-to-date (Jan 21, 2017) is $1.15M. In previous years sold dollar volume was $13.81M (2016), $9.07M (2015), $11.62M (2014), $9.94M (2013), $12.94M (2012), $7.93M (2011), $2.66M (2010), $6.56M (2009), $7.66M (2008), $8.9M (2007), $8.09M (2006), $8.48M (2005), $5.75M (2004), $6.12M (2003).
The most recent sale in Kuliouou was a house located at 6085 Manukapu Place, sold for $1.15M on Jan 13, 2017. It had 2242sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: 460 Lani Street (1,128sf) sold for $780K on 11/16/2016. 251 Moomuku Place (1,323sf) sold for $901K on 11/15/2016. 6081 Keoki Place (3,076sf) sold for $1.69M on 10/17/2016. 213 Elelupe Road (1,940sf) sold for $1.08M on 9/8/2016. 284 Moomuku Place (1,600sf) sold for $760K on 8/8/2016. 440 Lani Street (928sf) sold for $749K on 6/20/2016. 6027 Aimoku Street (888sf) sold for $685K on 5/27/2016. 120A Kaeleloi Place (1,431sf) sold for $810K on 5/27/2016. 687 Kuliouou Road (3,006sf) sold for $1.05M on 5/13/2016.
5 of the houses have ocean views and 4 have mountain views.