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91-1001 Keaunui Drive
$570,000 3 Bd / 2.5 Ba / 1,166 sf

Beautifully maintained 3 bedroom...

91-1096 Hoowalea Street
$715,000 3 Bd / 2.5 Ba / 1,762 sf

Single Family home with solar pa...

91-2004 Laakona Place
$595,000 4 Bd / 3 Ba / 1,660 sf

Start building your memories in ...

91-623C Pohakupuna Road
$998,800 5 Bd / 3 Ba / 2,680 sf

Fantastic opportunity to own an ...

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91-256 Namahoe Place
$639,000 3 Bd / 2.5 Ba / 1,271 sf

A beautiful 3 bedroom 2.5 home i...

91-204 Kuina Place
$540,000 3 Bd / 3 Ba / 1,268 sf

Perfect home with 3 bedroom and ...

91-1002C Kanehoalani Street
$650,000 3 Bd / 2.5 Ba / 1,348 sf

Make this home yours in this lov...

91-1150 Kaipu Street
$749,000 4 Bd / 2.5 Ba / 1,803 sf

Ocean Pointe: 4BR/2.5BA single f...

91-1025 Kaipuhinehu Street
$659,900 4 Bd / 3 Ba / 1,460 sf

Fronting a park with a playgroun...

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91-1377 Wahane Street
$724,000 3 Bd / 2 Ba / 1,346 sf

Kapolei Knolls: single level 3BR...

91-1037 Aawa Drive
$638,000 3 Bd / 2.5 Ba / 1,716 sf

Welcome to this beautiful 2 stor...

91-1151 Kaileonui Street
$680,000 3 Bd / 3 Ba / 1,524 sf

If you are looking for a home th...

91-1022A Keokolo Street
$648,000 3 Bd / 2 Ba / 1,143 sf

Rarely available golf course fro...

91-745 Ihipehu Street
$498,000 3 Bd / 1.5 Ba / 1,056 sf

NEWLY RENOVATED: New paint inter...

91-1005 Waiemi Street
$735,000 3 Bd / 2.5 Ba / 1,688 sf

Former model home in Ka Makana a...

Note: This page shows all homes for sale in the Ewa Plain region, which includes homes from 8 neighborhoods we have created: Old Ewa Beach, Ewa Villages, Ocean Pointe, Hoakalei, Westloch Fairway & Estates, Ewa Gentry, Kapolei & Ko Olina. Since the majority of these homes are located within the Ewa Beach zip code, we refer to this page as Ewa Beach homes.

If there's one part of Oahu that's seen truly dramatic change in the last two or three decades, it's the Ewa Plain. Other areas have certainly seen development change their landscape, but in this case an entire new metro area has been created where sugar fields stretched not long ago.

New residents flocked here for the better price points, larger lots and the chance to have a yard of their very own. One of the major subdivisions, Ewa Gentry, had its first homes open in the late 1980's with additions still coming. The homes extend from 3 to 5 bedrooms, pricing mostly in the 400Ks – 500Ks. More recently, larger, more luxurious houses have been added that can top even the magic $1M mark.

Ewa Beach is another matter. This longstanding community existed long before the end of the plantations created the rest of the neighborhoods. For that reason you'll find homes that reflect the individual owner's tastes and budget, rather than a developer's.

Everything from mid-20th Century plantation style houses to structures that have barely passed their 1st birthday are found in Ewa Beach. A little more affordable than Gentry, there are some oceanfront homes, too, that pass the $1M mark.

Kapolei crowns the area as both its downtown and civic center. All major shopping and government offices are concentrated there, a recognition of its central role on the Leeward Side. Its homes, like the majority of its neighbor communities, are almost all the product of major developments.

It also had the initial draw with entry-level homes that gave buyers bigger lots than eastern Oahu. Now Kapolei claims some of the best golf courses on the Island as well as some of the best high-end residential communities built around them. You can expect to pay in the high 6 to low 7 figures on those with the best vantage points.

There's no question that Ewa and Kapolei still offer more real estate for your money. To create a real broad-based city there, though, they've understood that every strata of the market needed to be present. So far, they've succeeded and that means there's probably a home just right for you, too.
  • Ewa Plain Houses - Trends & Statistics

  • The price range of houses for sale in Ewa Plain is $435K to $2.7M with a median price of $702K, median interior of 1,688sf and median land size of 4,453sf.
  • The median price of houses sold in Ewa Plain year-to-date (Jan - Apr 27, 2017) is $630K. In previous years it was $630K (2016), $580K (2015), $540K (2014), $515K (2013), $460K (2012), $440K (2011), $435K (2010), $440K (2009), $468K (2008), $510K (2007), $530K (2006), $485K (2005), $375K (2004), $276K (2003).
  • 195 houses have sold in Ewa Plain year-to-date (Jan - Apr 27, 2017). In previous years, the total number of houses sold were 735 (2016), 570 (2015), 565 (2014), 560 (2013), 488 (2012), 437 (2011), 491 (2010), 440 (2009), 481 (2008), 581 (2007), 674 (2006), 772 (2005), 700 (2004), 633 (2003).
  • On average Ewa Plain houses were on the market for 38 days before they were sold (Jan - Apr 27, 2017). In previous years it was 72 days (2016), 71 days (2015), 78 days (2014), 65 days (2013), 55 days (2012), 61 days (2011), 66 days (2010), 75 days (2009), 84 days (2008), 76 days (2007), 65 days (2006), 30 days (2005), 31 days (2004), 49 days (2003).
  • The average days on market for Ewa Plain houses before sold were 30 days March 2017 compared to 68 days March 2016.
  • The ratio of Ewa Plain houses sales price vs list price were 99.5% March 2017 compared to 99.9% March 2016.
  • 59 Ewa Plain houses were sold March 2017 compared to 65 houses sold March 2016.
  • The total dollar volume of houses currently for sale in Ewa Plain is $133.18M and the sold dollar volume year-to-date (Jan - Apr 27, 2017) is $125.93M. In previous years sold dollar volume was $472.54M (2016), $336.11M (2015), $313.48M (2014), $297.98M (2013), $236.67M (2012), $199.57M (2011), $222.57M (2010), $201.85M (2009), $239.13M (2008), $310.65M (2007), $368.07M (2006), $396.08M (2005), $266.6M (2004), $182.73M (2003).
  • The most recent sale in Ewa Plain was a house located at 91-1049 Awela Street, sold for $691K on Apr 26, 2017. It had 1787sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: 91-237 Lukini Place (1,615sf) sold for $608K on 4/26/2017. 91-208 Wakamalii Place (1,374sf) sold for $622K on 4/26/2017. 91-241 Makalauna Place (1,150sf) sold for $482K on 4/26/2017. 91-1065 Olowa Street (1,725sf) sold for $760K on 4/26/2017. 91-1001 Keaunui Drive (1,287sf) sold for $600K on 4/26/2017. 91-1105 Pohahawai Place (1,264sf) sold for $557K on 4/25/2017. 91-223 Wahane Place (1,871sf) sold for $745K on 4/25/2017. 91-1372 Kaikohola Street (2,197sf) sold for $915K on 4/24/2017. 91-1001 Keaunui Drive (1,352sf) sold for $620K on 4/24/2017.
  • 8 of the houses have ocean views, 3 have Diamond Head views and 33 have mountain views.
Ewa History
Ewa's early history is shrouded in mystery. Although archeological sites have been found, we still know little about life here before the 19th Century. It seems that there were Native Hawaiians here, but in extremely small numbers and far from where the Ali'i usually dwelt, making it unimportant in the life and lineage of Oahu during the Pre-Contact years.

What ultimately sparked activity here was the same thing that impacted all of Hawaii - Sugar. In 1877 Businessman James Campbell, after first building a successful sugar business on Maui, bought 41,000 acres of Ewa real estate. This purchase was ridiculed by many because the land was thought to be completely infertile. How wrong they were.

The Ewa plantations produced a vast amount of sugarcane, making Campbell an even richer man than he was already. The fields' labor needs brought workers from China, Japan and the Philippines to the area, producing the rich mix of cultures that remains a proud part of this area today.

The US Military also made a home here, establishing both Navy and Marine Air Stations at Barbers Point in 1940. Tragically, the airfields here were the first to be attacked on December 7, 1941, even before Pearl Harbor. Barbers Point would rebuild to become a vital part of Hawaii's role in World War II.

Change must come, though. Sugar died out fully by the end of the 20th Century and the Air Stations were both closed down in the 1990's. Tourism has now taken their place fully, employing much of the population. They serve the growing number of travelers who spend their vacation on this side of the Island.

Amazingly, what was once seen as worthless land has not only proven to be fertile, it has now become a prime player in an industry that depends on attracting visitors from around the world. For James Campbell's contemporaries, who wouldn't even travel the 20 miles from Honolulu to see this same place, this reality would be incomprehensible. Campbell knew something long before anyone else - Ewa real estate is, and always has been, full of wonderful surprises.