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Kailua Beachside House (undisclosed address)
$2,195,000 3 Bd / 2 Ba / 1,902 sf

Welcome home to Beachside Kailua...

Sunday Open House
41-902 Kalanianaole Highway
$499,000 3 Bd / 2 Ba / 1,056 sf

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602A Kawainui Street
$974,000 3 Bd / 2 Ba / 1,308 sf

Beautiful new construction Kailu...

1447 Akuleana Place
$950,000 4 Bd / 2 Ba / 2,046 sf

This is a Great One! 4 bdrm /2 b...

1290 Ulunahele Street
$995,000 3 Bd / 2 Ba / 1,524 sf

Step into this fully remodeled 3...

825 Kaipii Street
$1,050,000 4 Bd / 3 Ba / 1,708 sf

Wonderful 4 bedroom, 3 full bath...

21 L'Orange Place
$3,375,000 4 Bd / 3 Ba / 2,753 sf

One house from Kailua Beach, thi...

1563 Kanapuu Drive
$1,188,800 4 Bd / 3 Ba / 1,997 sf

Large, beautiful, spacious home ...

656 Ilikai Street
$1,888,000 3 Bd / 2 Ba / 2,002 sf

Beautiful, single-level, fully r...

1328 Manu Mele Street
$1,100,000 3 Bd / 2 Ba / 1,945 sf

Charming 1 story, 3 bedroom / 2 ...

1326 Mokulua Drive
$4,100,000 5 Bd / 3 Ba / 3,048 sf

Discerning residents and travele...

701 Kihapai Street
$899,000 4 Bd / 3 Ba / 2,253 sf

Attention contractor or investor...

560 Maluniu Avenue
$1,198,000 3 Bd / 3 Ba / 2,234 sf

Island Style Indoor Outdoor Livi...

116 Kahako Street
$699,000 3 Bd / 2 Ba / 1,004 sf


135 Mahealani Place
$1,995,000 3 Bd / 3 Ba / 2,248 sf

Location, location, location!!! ...

See this spectacular aerial video of homes in Kailua across different neighborhoods and this video of Kailua Beach Park

Kailua News
5/18/2016 - 59 Kailuana Place in luxurious Kailua Beachside sold for $17.4M. 
5/15/2016 - Enchanted Lake Residents Association won a $2.7M settlement for a supposed polution of the lake from a construction company's dumping of dirt & more. 

About Kailua
Kailua is one of Hawaii's classic oceanside communities. Slower moving, quiet - yet lively - and defiantly low-rise in the face of the development that's overtaken so many other parts of the Island. Though there is a central part of town, with a Target, Whole Foods and some small strips of shopping, you'd never mistake this for the built up neighborhoods on the other side of the Koolaus.

Residents are a mix of longtime locals as well as some of the wealthy, and even famous, who love the singularity of this town, along with the absence of anything even resembling pretentiousness.

President Obama makes a point of vacationing here each Christmas and numerous celebrities own, or have owned, homes here. It's not unusual to see a famous face enjoying time in town, dressed in the local uniform of slippers, shorts and t-shirt. They can blend in and, even if they don't, people here give them their space. Star chasing is not pursued in Kailua.

With the perfect weather and some of the best beaches, it's no wonder you'd have more important things on your mind. That 'best beaches' claim is a serious one, considering the stiff competition Oahu has on its shores. It's a legitimate one, though. Kailua Beach famously took the #1 spot repeatedly on Dr. Beach's list of the top stretches of sand. It was finally retired from competition because of its dominance. You know you've got something good when they have to take your name out of contention.

In keeping with the locals' low-rise preference, Kailua real estate are mainly houses, with just a few condos or townhomes in the mix. The lack of upward building and the obvious attractions of the town have raised the pricing on homes for sale in Kailua. Currently, you'd probably pay $500K for a smaller, fixer-upper house on up to $20 million plus for a stunning oceanfront mansion. There's a lot of range there, but the starting point is a higher one.

Let's get to know the Kailua real estate market by taking a look at the neighborhoods that make up this community.

The number of condos and townhomes is smaller than you'd find in the urban Oahu real estate market, but that doesn't mean there aren't any. Some that are available include:
  • Bluestone: This townhome neighborhood lies right along the Mid Pacific Country Club, providing  those clear, green golf course views as well as the ocean beyond. The townhomes themselves are large, providing the kind of space you'll love to fill as you make the home truly yours.  
  • Windward Passage: At 18 floors this just might be the tallest building in Kailua. That status means your condo has nothing to stand in your way as you gaze out upon the ocean. Those views are restricted to one side of the building, but the beauty of the Windward Side is an inspiring sight, too. Either way, you win.
  • Kukilakila: Another townhome community with generous proportions to the floorplans. The setting is lakefront, making for a tranquil backdrop to your days. Needs to be seen to be believed.
  • Ka Malanai: This condo community is more horizontal, than vertical. The newest condo project in Kailua in years, it's made up of 6 buildings, all 4 stories tall. A variety of units from 1 to 3BR, they'll be for sale starting 1/25/2014. Definitely worth a look.

From here we move onto Kailua's mid to upper range neighborhoods, made up completely of homes. Though they're not the top level of Kailua's real estate market, you'll still find ocean views and some very attractive beach access:
  • Kailua Bluff: The houses here are more contemporary in style, with a more uniform look than other areas. Significantly, it has underground utilities, uncommon here, so there's a clean, uncluttered look overall. There are a few duplexes, found on the  western end of Kahako St.
  • Enchanted Lake: Well-known neighborhood encircling a fresh water lake. The lakefront houses look out on the calming waters, which, though a smaller body, can accommodate some boating  usage.
  • Kailua Estates: If you like space, this is the place. Most lots are in the 10,000 to 16,000 sq ft range. Those generous proportions extend to the wider streets as well. Kakahiaka and Awina Streets are especially notable, because of the canal that runs by  them, giving some homeowners a backyard vista of flowing waters.
  • Kawailoa Kailua: Small collection of homes whose selling points must begin with the fact that they're right next to Kailua Beach Park! Some are built against the hillside, high enough to have incredible views of the Pacific Ocean and that #1 beach. Lots generally are 4,500 to 6,000 sq ft in size. Don't confuse with North Shore area that uses the same name.
  • Hillcrest / Keolu Hills: These 2 areas are very close together, both being hillside communities found east of Keolu Dr, above Enchanted Lake. Up here the breezes are cool and plentiful. The views are good, too, looking towards the town side of Kailua as well as the ocean.
  • Kalama Tract: If you know the area, you know that Kalama Tract's location along N Kalaheo Ave puts it just one block from Kailua Beach! That makes for not only perfect access, it's also the kind of Oahu real estate that pays back its investment. As a  place to live, you'll enjoy a quiet, serene place where you'll brake often for ducks crossing the road. Everybody goes to the beach here.   
  • Kaimalino: We travel to the north side of Kailua Bay, near Kaneohe MCBH, to find these large lots starting at 10,000 sq ft. The beaches are a little rockier, but that makes for a quieter ambience, and more privacy, with less outsiders coming to use the sands here. Some houses lie along the canal, while others sit directly on the oceanfront itself.
  • Maunawili: The dominant hue in Maunawili, unmistakably, is Green. You live in the lushness of the mountains where life grows freely all around you. The cooler climes also bring more precipitation, which falls regularly, something locals love because  it makes for crisp, fresh air and the rich, emerald green flora. Come here to live on your own large country estate, which range from 10,000 sq ft on up to 2 acres.

Now we step up to Kailua houses at the top end of the market. These are the upscale properties, the ocean & beachfront Kailua homes that occasionally are even occupied by a President:

Beachside: The name alone tells you what you've got here is beach estates. Even better, they line some of the most magnetic sands in Hawaii - Kailua Beach. These are some of the most expensive beachfront properties on Oahu and they justify every penny.

Lanikai: Exclusive beach side community just south of Kailua Beach, its homes made even more valuable because there are so few of them. As you can imagine, both the sands and the ocean views are unforgettable. In keeping with its exclusivity, the  streets are narrow, with just one that gets you in and out of the neighborhood.

Kailua has successfully maintained its genteel, small town feel despite the overwhelming growth in development almost everywhere else on Oahu. While this has raised home prices, it has preserved a special character that evokes the Old Hawaii where life was taken in stride. There's an understanding that a faster pace doesn't necessarily improve the quality of the day.

Although Kailua faces continued challenges ahead about its future, with so many developers eager to enter the city limits, if one had to place a bet, it would be that this town would be the one to stand firm. From a real estate perspective that will raise the home values, but, more importantly, it would prove that a special neighborhood like this one can be protected and preserved. Sounds like a great place to buy a house.
  • Kailua Houses - Trends & Statistics

  • The price range of houses for sale in Kailua is $699K to $22.8M with a median price of $1.97M, median interior of 2,337sf and median land size of 10,001sf.
  • The median price of houses sold in Kailua year-to-date (Jan - Mar 28, 2017) is $1.02M. In previous years it was $1.08M (2016), $1M (2015), $940K (2014), $890K (2013), $794K (2012), $785K (2011), $775K (2010), $760K (2009), $774K (2008), $805K (2007), $800K (2006), $815K (2005), $690K (2004), $530K (2003).
  • 51 houses have sold in Kailua year-to-date (Jan - Mar 28, 2017). In previous years, the total number of houses sold were 304 (2016), 280 (2015), 273 (2014), 314 (2013), 291 (2012), 269 (2011), 292 (2010), 239 (2009), 248 (2008), 307 (2007), 312 (2006), 329 (2005), 402 (2004), 447 (2003).
  • On average Kailua houses were on the market for 83 days before they were sold (Jan - Mar 28, 2017). In previous years it was 92 days (2016), 85 days (2015), 89 days (2014), 67 days (2013), 64 days (2012), 57 days (2011), 59 days (2010), 78 days (2009), 76 days (2008), 70 days (2007), 63 days (2006), 36 days (2005), 39 days (2004), 53 days (2003).
  • The average days on market for Kailua houses before sold were 50 days February 2017 compared to 68 days February 2016.
  • The ratio of Kailua houses sales price vs list price were 97.9% February 2017 compared to 95.7% February 2016.
  • 14 Kailua houses were sold February 2017 compared to 14 houses sold February 2016.
  • The total dollar volume of houses currently for sale in Kailua is $319.59M and the sold dollar volume year-to-date (Jan - Mar 28, 2017) is $67.41M. In previous years sold dollar volume was $424.82M (2016), $351.16M (2015), $357.99M (2014), $362.17M (2013), $293.65M (2012), $255.26M (2011), $279.2M (2010), $226.27M (2009), $275.64M (2008), $322.21M (2007), $320.3M (2006), $356.65M (2005), $328.83M (2004), $277.6M (2003).
  • The most recent sale in Kailua was a house located at 41-540 Kualau Place, sold for $275K on Mar 24, 2017. It had 960sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: 1502 Mokulua Drive (4,880sf) sold for $4.2M on 3/24/2017. 535 Iliaina Street (2,884sf) sold for $1.45M on 3/24/2017. 672 Keolu Drive (1,993sf) sold for $1.59M on 3/24/2017. 558 Paakiki Place (3,328sf) sold for $1.67M on 3/24/2017. 76 Kaikea Place (2,482sf) sold for $1.82M on 3/24/2017. 31 Laiki Place (4,775sf) sold for $2.95M on 3/23/2017. 460 Dune Circle (2,404sf) sold for $1.8M on 3/23/2017. 1459 Kiukee Place (1,924sf) sold for $885K on 3/20/2017. 41-046 Ehukai Street (2,970sf) sold for $1.35M on 3/15/2017.
  • 43 of the houses have ocean views and 69 have mountain views.