9 St. Louis Heights Homes for Sale

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2006 St Louis Drive
$1,098,000 - Sunday Open House 5 Bd | 3.5 Ba | 2,902 sf
Land: 5,217 sf
Ocean view
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1920 Bertram Street
$1,190,000 3 Bd | 2 Ba | 1,512 sf
Land: 5,130 sf
Ocean view
2346 St Louis Drive
$938,000 - Sunday Open House 3 Bd | 2 Ba | 1,072 sf
Land: 5,600 sf
Ocean view
Sunday Open House
2668 Peter Street
$1,187,000 - Sunday Open House 3 Bd | 2 Ba | 1,780 sf
Land: 5,133 sf
Ocean view
Sunday Open House
2018 Oswald Street
$1,300,000 4 Bd | 3 Ba | 2,595 sf
Land: 6,451 sf
Ocean view
1715 Bertram Street
$1,155,000 4 Bd | 4 Ba | 2,264 sf
Land: 6,108 sf
Ocean view
1585 Kaminaka Drive
1585 Kaminaka Drive
$1,598,000 4 Bd | 3.5 Ba | 2,714 sf
Land: 6,709 sf
Ocean view
2563 Peter Street
$1,098,000 - Sunday Open House 4 Bd | 3 Ba | 2,048 sf
Land: 5,400 sf
Ocean view
Sunday Open House
2226 Noah Street
$1,250,000 5 Bd | 2.5 Ba | 2,239 sf
Land: 5,743 sf
Ocean view
See our video of Saint Louis Heights homes.

St Louis Heights is a steep hillside residential neighborhood of about 600 older Honolulu homes developed as early as 1929, named after St Louis School at the bottom of the hill, which today shares the campus with Chaminade University. St Louis Heights is bordered by Manoa to the west and Palolo to the east. Most St Louis Heights homes for sale are valued between $700K and $1.2M and are often built on steep sloped lots ranging from 4,000 and 10,000 sq ft.

Insight to St. Louis Heights Homes
Homes in St Louis Heights offer spectacular ocean views, and, a noticeable cooler climate towards the top of the hill at about 1,000 ft elevation. Chaminade Terrace, the desirable lower easterly section of St Louis Heights, includes wonderful rim lots along Kaminaka Dr with some of the finest views overlooking Waikiki, Diamond Head and the blue ocean beyond. At the base of the hill sits a 272 unit condo project called Regency Park, which was added in 1981 immediately adjacent to the Chaminade University school campus, just off Waialae Ave.

St Louis Heights Neighborhood
Huge gigantic Pine trees at the Waahila Ridge State Recreation Area with inviting picnic benches mark the top of St Louis Heights. Mesmerizing views overlooking both Manoa and Palolo Valley can be enjoyed by adventurers from the Waahila Ridge Trail, which further up connects with other trails and eventually leads to the daring top of the Koolau mountain range.

For additional closer-to-ground outdoor recreational opportunities, gorgeous Kanewai Park is located near the bottom of Frank St across Dole St featuring a large size community swimming pool, baseball field, as well as tennis and basketball courts. Kalaepohaku, the central neighborhood park on Gulston St, includes a playground and outdoor basketball court for the residents’ recreational enjoyment.

St Louis Heights residents enjoys the close-by convenience of Kaimuki’s business district below, including a good selection of restaurants, shops and services along busy Waialae Ave and only 2 short miles to Waikiki with some of the best beaches in Hawaii.  

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  • St. Louis Heights Houses - Trends & Statistics

  • The price range of houses for sale in St. Louis Heights is $938K to $1.59M with a median price of $1.18M, median interior of 2,239sf and median land size of 5,600sf.
  • The median price of houses sold in St. Louis Heights year-to-date (Jan - Jun 25, 2017) is $1.02M. In previous years it was $962K (2016), $860K (2015), $872K (2014), $890K (2013), $742K (2012), $704K (2011), $785K (2010), $735K (2009), $800K (2008), $825K (2007), $835K (2006), $750K (2005), $606K (2004), $565K (2003).
  • 4 houses have sold in St. Louis Heights year-to-date (Jan - Jun 25, 2017). In previous years, the total number of houses sold were 16 (2016), 27 (2015), 14 (2014), 20 (2013), 25 (2012), 20 (2011), 11 (2010), 17 (2009), 15 (2008), 24 (2007), 22 (2006), 28 (2005), 20 (2004), 17 (2003).
  • On average St. Louis Heights houses were on the market for 13 days before they were sold (Jan - Jun 25, 2017). In previous years it was 79 days (2016), 100 days (2015), 80 days (2014), 56 days (2013), 65 days (2012), 72 days (2011), 55 days (2010), 68 days (2009), 109 days (2008), 62 days (2007), 55 days (2006), 31 days (2005), 46 days (2004), 64 days (2003).
  • The total dollar volume of houses currently for sale in St. Louis Heights is $10.81M and the sold dollar volume year-to-date (Jan - Jun 25, 2017) is $3.94M. In previous years sold dollar volume was $16.36M (2016), $24.47M (2015), $13.04M (2014), $18.65M (2013), $19.66M (2012), $14.81M (2011), $8.5M (2010), $13.13M (2009), $12.06M (2008), $20.22M (2007), $18.31M (2006), $21.66M (2005), $12.3M (2004), $9.72M (2003).
  • The most recent sale in St. Louis Heights was a house located at 1609 Kanalui Street, sold for $1.07M on Jun 15, 2017. It had 1408sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: 2930 Robert Place (1,680sf) sold for $1.05M on 2/27/2017. 1361 Frank Street (1,526sf) sold for $993K on 2/3/2017. 2012 Oswald Street (2,104sf) sold for $827K on 1/20/2017. 3052 Gulston Street (2,306sf) sold for $1.03M on 12/30/2016. 1649 Kanalui Street (2,115sf) sold for $1.71M on 12/28/2016. 1553 St Louis Drive (1,606sf) sold for $840K on 12/19/2016. 1534 Kanalui Street (1,696sf) sold for $1.05M on 12/19/2016. 3003 Alencastre Place (1,712sf) sold for $1.19M on 11/30/2016. 2722 Peter Street (1,168sf) sold for $850K on 9/28/2016.
  • 9 of the houses have ocean views, 8 have Diamond Head views and 5 have mountain views.
St. Louis Heights History
It's obvious that this district got its name from St. Louis School, which sits on the lower end of the elevation. Created in 1846 to serve the Catholic community of Hawaiian kingdom, it counts Governor John Burns and the recently sainted Father Damien of Molokai as graduates.

The school moved to its present site from downtown Honolulu in 1928. 204 hillside acres were purchased from Bishop Estate, giving them not only enough for their school, but also to sell of as residential lots. 80 acres were sold on which the first St. Louis Heights homes were built. Streets were named for early members of the order who started the school – Bertram, Eugene, Felix and others.

The Pearl Harbor attack directly affected this community as the school was taken over as a hospital and offices for the military. The government quickly threw up even more buildings on the hillside, making it one of the busiest places on Oahu during World War II. President Roosevelt even visited the hospital at one point.

The end of the war brought a close to the military's presence, but started an acceleration of home building on these streets. Homes on St. Louis Heights were well loved for their stunning views and easy access to both downtown and Waikiki.

Few today would ever guess that this quiet community was once a beehive of activity aimed at winning the war in the Pacific.