3710 Likini Street
3 Beds / 1 Bath / 824 sqf

Imagine a 180 degree, unobstructed VIEW from Diamond Head to Barber's Point...

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1601 Ala Aoloa Loop
3 Beds / 1.5 Bath / 1,008 sqf

Cute, charming well maintained home located on a large corner lot. Brand ne...

1592 Ala Amoamo Street
4 Beds / 3 Baths / 2,496 sqf

CHOICE, CENTRAL Location: 4-bedroom, 3-full bath and 4-parking off street....

1728 Onipaa Street
4 Beds / 2 Baths / 1,674 sqf

Spacious 4 bedroom 2 bath home awaits your personal touches in highly desir...

1544 Ala Aolani Street
5 Beds / 3 Baths / 1,776 sqf

Priced to sell quickly. 5 bedrooms and three baths. seldomly available, n...

2003 Mahaoo Place
3 Beds / 1.5 Bath / 1,152 sqf

NEW PRICE! Move-in ready 3 bed/ 1.5 bath single-level home w/ grassy yard i...

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1044 Wiliki Drive
3 Beds / 2 Baths / 724 sqf

LAND VALUE ONLY. Do not enter the property without a scheduled appointment....

Salt Lake/Moanalua Homes (undisclosed address)
4 Beds / 2 Baths / 1,300 sqf

Fantastic opportunity for the highly desirable neighborhood of Aliamanu. T...

1170 Ala Hinano Place
5 Beds / 3 Baths / 2,480 sqf

Highly desirable, yet rarely available location! Conveniently located on a ...

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Both Moanalua & Salt Lake were originally included in the ahupua'a, or land division passed down from Princess Bernice Puahi Bishop to Samuel Damon in the late 1800's. Most of it was then sold by the Damon family in 1956 to developers, most significantly businessman Clarence T. Ching.

Ching divided the property into lots, which owners could build on as they wished. That's why there are so many unique houses, reflecting the tastes of individual owners. Those aren't the only differences that exist in the trio of neighborhoods that make up this area, which is why it's best to look at them individually.

Moanalua Gardens
Much of the Moanalua Gardens homes are up the hillside, giving them expansive views that extend out even to the ocean as well as the city lights each evening.

This is a tight-knit community with numerous families who've lived here for years, some of them the original owners.

Another attraction is the lots tend to be larger here, with the kind of room that you don't often get in Oahu real estate. With these advantages, it's understandable that Moanalua Gardens homes are generally the most expensive of the 3 areas.

Moanalua Valley
Moanalua Valley residents enjoy broad avenues and green lawns, making it a very inviting place to live. The attractive mix of houses is another crucial point that has kept prices up consistently. You can find many from the initial build up of the 1960's that are delightfully eye-catching in their stylishness and retro charm.

The Valley also has its share of long-time residents who've been here for years, or even generations. Soothingly calm, it's conveniently close to the highway, yet removed enough that you forget that it, and the surrounding modern hum, is even there.

Salt Lake
Salt Lake shares Moanalua's crazy quilt element of homes in different sizes and shapes. Most Salt Lake houses sit very close together, with few real yards or outdoor space around them.

The Foster Village community is an exception, offering some larger lots with lawns, at least in some cases. Overall, Salt Lake is a definite step toward the urban environment from Moanalua's suburban atmosphere.

All 3 of these residential areas are in demand consistently for not only their unique houses, but also the quality schools and many conveniences. Shopping is nearby, with Pearlridge just up the road. Commuting is easy due to the highway's presence nearby. For the many who work at Pearl Harbor or Hickam, both are mere minutes away. Combined, this makes for a great place to call your home. Now you just need to figure out which of the three fits you best.

Homes close by the Salt Lake neighborhood include: Aiea & Pearl City.
  • Salt Lake/Moanalua Houses - Trends & Statistics

  • The price range of houses for sale in Salt Lake/Moanalua is $575K to $995K with a median price of $800K, median interior of 1,300sqf and median land size of 6,299sqf.
  • The median price of houses sold in Salt Lake/Moanalua year-to-date (Jan - Oct 26, 2016) is $894K. In previous years it was $764K (2015), $785K (2014), $758K (2013), $700K (2012), $587K (2011), $667K (2010), $675K (2009), $735K (2008), $775K (2007), $680K (2006), $653K (2005), $525K (2004), $435K (2003).
  • 32 houses have sold in Salt Lake/Moanalua year-to-date (Jan - Oct 26, 2016). In previous years, the total number of houses sold were 42 (2015), 37 (2014), 59 (2013), 45 (2012), 58 (2011), 38 (2010), 30 (2009), 28 (2008), 37 (2007), 44 (2006), 61 (2005), 65 (2004), 69 (2003).
  • On average Salt Lake/Moanalua houses were on the market for 77 days before they were sold (Jan - Oct 26, 2016). In previous years it was 98 days (2015), 79 days (2014), 65 days (2013), 47 days (2012), 55 days (2011), 54 days (2010), 83 days (2009), 77 days (2008), 51 days (2007), 66 days (2006), 52 days (2005), 56 days (2004), 58 days (2003).
  • The average days on market for Salt Lake/Moanalua houses before sold were 85 days September 2016 compared to 159 days September 2015.
  • The ratio of Salt Lake/Moanalua houses sales price vs list price were 98.5% September 2016 compared to 101.3% September 2015.
  • 3 Salt Lake/Moanalua houses were sold September 2016 compared to 6 houses sold September 2015.
  • The total dollar volume of houses currently for sale in Salt Lake/Moanalua is $7.02M and the sold dollar volume year-to-date (Jan - Oct 26, 2016) is $28.56M. In previous years sold dollar volume was $32.54M (2015), $29.28M (2014), $45.71M (2013), $30.23M (2012), $35.68M (2011), $24.5M (2010), $20.21M (2009), $21.03M (2008), $29.19M (2007), $31.01M (2006), $38.86M (2005), $34.13M (2004), $31.17M (2003).
  • The most recent sale in Salt Lake/Moanalua was a house located at 4113 Keaka Drive, sold for $537K on Oct 14, 2016. It had 724sqf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: 992 Ala Kapua Street (1,388sqf) sold for $960K on 10/7/2016. 3562 Puuku Makai Drive (1,452sqf) sold for $690K on 10/7/2016. 1520 Onipaa Street (1,736sqf) sold for $970K on 10/7/2016. 1439 Ala Iolani Street (1,596sqf) sold for $815K on 9/23/2016. 1625 Ala Mahina Place (1,542sqf) sold for $805K on 9/19/2016. 1074 Puolo Drive (1,354sqf) sold for $785K on 9/15/2016. 3524 Likini Street (2,127sqf) sold for $869K on 8/29/2016. (2,276sqf) sold for $950K on 8/17/2016. 4153 Keaka Drive (2,696sqf) sold for $569K on 8/8/2016.
  • 2 of the houses have ocean views, 1 has Diamond Head views and 5 have mountain views.
The MLS properties are based on information from the Multiple Listing Service of Hicentral MLS, Ltd. Listings last updated on September 22, 2016. Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.