Kuulei Tract has a deceptive name for such an elegant neighborhood. This is a place that is quintessentially Kailua. Not by emulating the distinct style of the town, but by being the real deal.
Most Kuulei Tract homes are the original occupants of their lots, built in the years between the 1950's and 70's. These structures were designed for owners who desired to live within this beautiful environment as it was and still is, not how a landscaper made it to appear. They knew the greatest pleasures are the most natural ones.
Despite the genuine vintage look of the homes themselves, remodeling has been done on a large number of the residences, resulting in modernized interiors and, in certain cases, an expansion of the structure's footprint.
As you may have guessed, the expanse of the floorplans, old and new, are almost all horizontal. You won't see many 2nd stories on these streets, which preserves the best possible sightlines for all. That's important when you live next to the marvels that are practically next door.
Why Houses in Kuulei Tract Are in Such High Demand
The neighborhood sits against the north side of Kailua Estates, even with the the corresponding end of Kailua Beach Park. The front, or east end, of Kuulei Tract is almost across the street from the beach, while the west end runs right up against Kailua District Park and the Intermediate School. From there, Kailua Town and its shopping and dining are an extremely easy stroll. You've got options in every direction.
The very best one will often be just relaxing at home. It isn't hard to do when you live on lots that provide from 10,000 to 14,000 sq ft of space. You'll find roomy dimensions right underneath your roof as well, taking up from 1900 to 2500 sq ft inside.
Homes for sale in Kuulei Tract have closed for $1.2M to $1.8M, and it wouldn't be surprising if they topped that soon. When it comes to achieving a lifestyle of tropical refinement, rooted in the unmatched beauty of this place, rarely is money an object for long.
The historic median sales price of houses sold in Kuulei Tract was $1.9M (2016), $1.45M (2015), $1.5M (2014), $1.44M (2013), $1.3M (2012), $1.06M (2011), $1.25M (2010), $990K (2009), $1.03M (2008), $1.28M (2007), $1.25M (2006), $1.55M (2005), $895K (2004), $793K (2003).
0 houses have sold in Kuulei Tract year-to-date (Jan 21, 2017). In previous years, the total number of houses sold were 7 (2016), 5 (2015), 7 (2014), 4 (2013), 4 (2012), 4 (2011), 5 (2010), 8 (2009), 6 (2008), 6 (2007), 5 (2006), 7 (2005), 5 (2004), 10 (2003).
Historically, the average number of days it took to sell houses in Kuulei Tract was 81 days (2016), 129 days (2015), 95 days (2014), 83 days (2013), 32 days (2012), 65 days (2011), 49 days (2010), 130 days (2009), 82 days (2008), 57 days (2007), 41 days (2006), 29 days (2005), 27 days (2004), 95 days (2003).
The dollar volume of houses sold in Kuulei Tract was $13.03M (2016), $7.17M (2015), $11.09M (2014), $5.72M (2013), $5.95M (2012), $4.36M (2011), $5.78M (2010), $8.4M (2009), $6.89M (2008), $8.6M (2007), $6.32M (2006), $10.15M (2005), $4.44M (2004), $7.67M (2003)
The most recent sale in Kuulei Tract was a house located at 203 Kuukama Street, sold for $1.69M on Jun 30, 2016. It had 2559sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: 163 Kuumele Place (2,938sf) sold for $1.94M on 6/29/2016. 162 Kuumele Place (2,102sf) sold for $2.11M on 6/24/2016. 120 Kuupua Street (3,243sf) sold for $2.05M on 5/16/2016. 150 Kailua Road (2,989sf) sold for $1.53M on 5/6/2016. 169 Kuukama Street (2,059sf) sold for $1.8M on 5/6/2016. 180 Kuumele Place (3,482sf) sold for $1.9M on 2/17/2016. 224 Kuuhale Street (1,852sf) sold for $1.49M on 7/22/2015. 239 Kuukama Street (1,297sf) sold for $1.18M on 4/17/2015. 28 Kuuala Street (2,452sf) sold for $1.45M on 3/9/2015.