Exclusive doesn't begin to describe Puupanini, a neighborhood that's unknown even to most locals. Sitting just east of Diamond Head Memorial Park, it sits on the western end of Kahala's makai section, just before it transitions into the Diamond Head district.
Puupanini real estate is famous for the many Mid-Century, and earlier, homes throughout, a number of them with famous pedigrees. Some of architect Vladimir Ossipoff's creations stand on these streets as well as at least one by Claude Albon Stiehl, who designed homes for the Castle and Dillingham families at the height of their influence in Hawaii.
If this neighborhood is known at all, it's for the fact that they have their own private park with secured tennis court for the residents' use only. That's exclusive.
Despite that, the fact that these aren't oceanfront homes and off the main track has kept the pricing relatively lower than other parts of Kahala. Puupanini real estate tends to go in the low $1Ms for the smaller houses, but that can quickly go up with size and legacy.
Tucked back here you can live something close to the experience of the old families that first built their homes here. Traffic is very rare on these streets, quiet is your constant companion and the evenings are exquisite. See you on the tennis court!
The price range of houses for sale in Kahala Puupanini is $1.5M to $9.5M with a median price of $7.1M, median interior of 3,676sf and median land size of 16,385sf.
The median price of houses sold in Kahala Puupanini year-to-date (Jan - Jul 23, 2017) is $795K. In previous years it was $1.02M (2016), $998K (2015), $1.27M (2014), $872K (2013), $970K (2012), $1.16M (2011), $1.1M (2010), $2.33M (2009), $1.27M (2008), $1.13M (2007), $776K (2006), $850K (2005), $657K (2004), $2.3M (2003).
1 house has sold in Kahala Puupanini year-to-date (Jan - Jul 23, 2017). In previous years, the total number of houses sold were 3 (2016), 3 (2015), 2 (2014), 5 (2013), 7 (2012), 4 (2011), 3 (2010), 2 (2009), 5 (2008), 10 (2007), 4 (2006), 3 (2005), 5 (2004), 1 (2003).
On average Kahala Puupanini houses were on the market for 65 days before they were sold (Jan - Jul 23, 2017). In previous years it was 52 days (2016), 87 days (2015), 146 days (2014), 39 days (2013), 96 days (2012), 68 days (2011), 109 days (2010), 50 days (2009), 155 days (2008), 56 days (2007), 14 days (2006), 69 days (2005), 109 days (2004), 328 days (2003).
The total dollar volume of houses currently for sale in Kahala Puupanini is $18.1M and the sold dollar volume year-to-date (Jan - Jul 23, 2017) is $795K. In previous years sold dollar volume was $3.27M (2016), $3.39M (2015), $2.54M (2014), $5.56M (2013), $11.74M (2012), $5.22M (2011), $3.4M (2010), $4.67M (2009), $7.1M (2008), $9.98M (2007), $3.22M (2006), $3.5M (2005), $7.1M (2004), $2.3M (2003).
The most recent sale in Kahala Puupanini was a house located at 563-A 22nd Avenue, sold for $795K on Jul 14, 2017. It had 800sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: 641 Hunalewa Street (2,210sf) sold for $1.3M on 11/4/2016. 4189 Huanui Street (864sf) sold for $1.02M on 9/14/2016. 4417A Puu Panini Avenue (2,080sf) sold for $949K on 4/29/2016. 644 Hunapaa Street (1,115sf) sold for $998K on 10/16/2015. 615 Hunalewa Street (1,341sf) sold for $950K on 9/18/2015. 656 Hunalewa Street (2,488sf) sold for $1.45M on 5/27/2015. 641 Hunalewa Street (2,210sf) sold for $1.29M on 12/10/2014. 4186 Huanui Street (2,063sf) sold for $1.25M on 12/3/2014. 4233 Puu Panini Avenue (3,186sf) sold for $1.8M on 10/29/2013.
1 of the house has ocean views, 1 has Diamond Head views and 1 has mountain views.