About Napali Haweo One of the biggest fears a Hawaii homeowner has is the day that new development takes away their pride and joy: that perfect view. It doesn't just rob you of that treasured sight, it can actually reduce your property value, too. Fortunately, there's a guaranteed solution to this problem - Move to a home on Napali Haweo.
This isn't just because the neighborhood sits 700 feet up, high above Hawaii Kai. It's also due to the fact that the wise developer laid out the lots so each one has a clear sightline. They made sure your view would be preserved no matter what.
From Napali Haweo, on top of Kamehame Ridge, you look outward at a breathtaking expanse of Oahu. Straight ahead is Hawaii Kai, with its sculpted marina and green spaces, then out to the irresistible blue depths of the vast Pacific. Look off to your left and you have the natural wonders of Koko Head and Koko Crater to contemplate. You're up so high here you almost gaze eye-to-eye with Koko Head, a definite change of perspective.
On your right side is stately Diamond Head, crouching over some of the most popular surf spots on the Island. Some days you can even gaze out at Molokai beckoning in the distance.
Napali Haweo homes on the West side of the ridge have the joy of watching the sunset beyond Diamond Head each evening. Living here, it's as if you've gotten everything on your 'Must Have' wish list of views from your ideal home. The wonder of it all is that it took so long for someone to build on these lands.
The first homes on Napali Haweo real estate went up in 1991, with the majority built during the later years of that same decade. From the start these were exclusive Honolulu homes, with private security and a community park with its own lookout to enjoy. These aren't houses built from templates, either.
Almost all are custom made, so each has unique features and layouts to offer. Your home is truly yours alone and, in many cases, it's the work of a noted architect. It should be no surprise, then, that prices start at over $1M and go up from there.
Most houses include a swimming pool, towering windows and wrap-around lanais to maximize the views, plus other luxuries you'd expect in a top-level neighborhood like this one.
The homeowners association does have rules for both architecture and landscaping that must be followed. While that can be constricting, it also maintains the high standards of the community, which is very important.
There actually are a few vacant lots still left here, for those looking to make their own personal stamp on a prime piece of property. Lot sizes are a minimum of 10,000 sq ft, so that not only gives you an idea of the space you have to work with, but also the size of existing Napali Hawaii homes for sale.
Come up here and leave your stress behind, far below where it belongs. They say that life is about perspective and on top of this ridge, you'll have just about the best one of all.
The price range of houses for sale in Napali Haweo is $1.62M to $4.8M with a median price of $2.48M, median interior of 3,749sf and median land size of 15,156sf.
The median price of houses sold in Napali Haweo year-to-date (Jan - Apr 27, 2017) is $1.87M. In previous years it was $1.44M (2016), $1.65M (2015), $1.66M (2014), $1.67M (2013), $1.9M (2012), $1.4M (2011), $1.32M (2010), $1.07M (2009), $1.7M (2008), $1.51M (2007), $1.43M (2006), $1.33M (2005), $1.1M (2004), $1.18M (2003).
3 houses have sold in Napali Haweo year-to-date (Jan - Apr 27, 2017). In previous years, the total number of houses sold were 5 (2016), 9 (2015), 6 (2014), 3 (2013), 7 (2012), 8 (2011), 6 (2010), 5 (2009), 3 (2008), 5 (2007), 5 (2006), 11 (2005), 7 (2004), 9 (2003).
On average Napali Haweo houses were on the market for 204 days before they were sold (Jan - Apr 27, 2017). In previous years it was 133 days (2016), 98 days (2015), 223 days (2014), 54 days (2013), 65 days (2012), 95 days (2011), 41 days (2010), 81 days (2009), 115 days (2008), 109 days (2007), 161 days (2006), 51 days (2005), 95 days (2004), 103 days (2003).
The total dollar volume of houses currently for sale in Napali Haweo is $14.5M and the sold dollar volume year-to-date (Jan - Apr 27, 2017) is $5.52M. In previous years sold dollar volume was $7.9M (2016), $16.63M (2015), $11.15M (2014), $4.99M (2013), $12.62M (2012), $11.14M (2011), $8.75M (2010), $5.44M (2009), $5.3M (2008), $7.46M (2007), $7.27M (2006), $15.32M (2005), $10.48M (2004), $9.76M (2003).
The most recent sale in Napali Haweo was a house located at 107 Hoolako Place, sold for $1.75M on Apr 18, 2017. It had 3984sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: 1327 Kamehame Drive (3,229sf) sold for $1.9M on 2/3/2017. 1125 Kamehame Drive (2,848sf) sold for $1.87M on 1/30/2017. 1284 Kamehame Drive (2,930sf) sold for $1.44M on 9/23/2016. 126 Waihili Place (2,787sf) sold for $1.75M on 9/6/2016. 1028 Hanohano Way (4,511sf) sold for $1.99M on 8/26/2016. 1089 Hoa Street (2,653sf) sold for $1.4M on 6/30/2016. 116 Hanohano Place (2,905sf) sold for $1.31M on 3/23/2016. 1309 Kamehame Drive (2,149sf) sold for $1.49M on 10/15/2015. 1240 Kamehame Drive (2,911sf) sold for $1.89M on 10/13/2015.
5 of the houses have ocean views, 4 have Diamond Head views and 4 have mountain views.