Kawailoa Kailua is one of those fantasy neighborhoods that, in rare instances like this one, actually exist. Running along the bottom of the Kailua Estates and Country Club Knoll communities, the homes rest on land that's right up against Kailua Beach Park itself. Every day here begins and ends with the sound of waves coming in to one of the most beloved shores in the world.
As you can imagine, this is not an extensive neighborhood, so the limited inventory in such a spectacular location makes Kawailoa real estate very exclusive. Availabilities are few and far between. Would you leave if you lived here?
The north and south limits are almost the same as the Beach Park, with Beachside above and Lanikai below. As a resident you can walk to Lanikai's magnetic sands any time the urge strikes you. Few can claim that privilege.
The Homes of Kawailoa Kailua – Old Hawaii Style, Newer Home Luxury
A drive around the few streets that make up this area will amaze you with the range of ages in the homes. Some of the old kamaaina houses still remain where they were first erected decades ago. More commonly, you'll see residences with vintages within the last thirty years. Few, though, clash with Kailua's prevailing love of a simpler luxury & elegance.
The lots aren't the largest in town, but bigger than you'd expect, going from 5,000 to 9,000 sq ft. The most recent Kawailoa homes for sale have gone for $1M to $2M, pricing that could well have gone higher for such a world-class location.
A last small surprise are the 2 townhome communities, The Windsurfer and Outrigger at Kailua Beach, both with two story units. Each have floor plans that are very generous with 2 to 3 bedrooms.
House or townhome, you'll notice the difference in your days when you move into Kawailoa. After all, in some neighborhoods you just live. Here, on the very edges of this beloved beach, you just might feel you've finally come alive.
The median price of houses sold in Kawailoa Kailua year-to-date (Jan 23, 2017) is $798K. In previous years it was $1.83M (2016), $1.19M (2015), $1.26M (2014), $1.28M (2013), $999K (2012), $999K (2011), $657K (2010), $1.4M (2009), $880K (2008), $1.25M (2007), $675K (2006), $1.54M (2005), $750K (2004), $574K (2003).
1 house has sold in Kawailoa Kailua year-to-date (Jan 23, 2017). In previous years, the total number of houses sold were 3 (2016), 2 (2015), 6 (2014), 7 (2013), 3 (2012), 3 (2011), 1 (2010), 1 (2009), 3 (2008), 4 (2007), 1 (2006), 6 (2005), 3 (2004), 2 (2003).
On average Kawailoa Kailua houses were on the market for 98 days before they were sold (Jan 23, 2017). In previous years it was 85 days (2016), 78 days (2015), 138 days (2014), 81 days (2013), 9 days (2012), 100 days (2011), 112 days (2010), 1 days (2009), 136 days (2008), 156 days (2007), 43 days (2006), 16 days (2005), 52 days (2004), 133 days (2003).
The total dollar volume sold in Kawailoa Kailua year-to-date has been $798K(Jan 23, 2017). In previous years sold dollar volume was $5.77M (2016), $2.39M (2015), $8.42M (2014), $9.03M (2013), $2.89M (2012), $3.12M (2011), $657K (2010), $1.4M (2009), $2.98M (2008), $5.57M (2007), $675K (2006), $8.71M (2005), $2.15M (2004), $1.14M (2003).
The most recent sale in Kawailoa Kailua was a house located at 368 Kalaheo Avenue, sold for $798K on Jan 09, 2017. It had 935sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: 567 Kawailoa Road (2,956sf) sold for $1.69M on 11/10/2016. 521 A Kawailoa Road (3,025sf) sold for $2.25M on 11/9/2016. (2,776sf) sold for $1.83M on 6/14/2016. 115 Alala Road (928sf) sold for $980K on 2/6/2015. 567 Kawailoa Road (2,100sf) sold for $1.41M on 1/20/2015. 521E Kawailoa Road (3,276sf) sold for $2.17M on 11/25/2014. 419 Kawailoa Road (768sf) sold for $975K on 10/31/2014. 461 Kawailoa Road (1,001sf) sold for $894K on 7/15/2014. 568 Kawailoa Road (1,206sf) sold for $900K on 6/11/2014.