About Kailua Beachside Kailua is one of the few true beach towns remaining on Oahu. Located about a 20 minute drive from Honolulu over the Pali Highway, Kailua is loved for its small-town charm, laid back attitude, and beautiful beaches. Although it has a small town feel, it’s actually a fairly large place with a number of neighborhoods, three major shopping center areas, a number of public and private schools, and a hospital.
The Kailua Beachside homes is located in a neighborhood that is one of the most desirable and high-end sections of this town. Located on the northeast end of Kalaheo Avenue, which runs parallel to the beach, Kailua Beachside homes are located along a number of small roads off of Kalaheo Avenue that dead end at Kailua Beach. Many of the largest homes are beachfront with incredible views of Kailua Bay, the Mokulua Islands, and the sunrise. Homes that aren’t beachfront still have a fantastic location, just walking distance to Kailua Beach. Residents can enjoy walks on the beach at sunrise and sunset, have easy access to the beach on busy weekend days, and can head straight out with their surfboard, bodyboard, fins or kayak when they want to enjoy the water.
Even though Kalaheo Avenue is a busy main street, the side roads are quiet and peaceful. The closer you get to the ocean, the more traffic, work, and stress fade into the background. Kailua Beachside homes are on the quiet section of this popular beach. The beach parks along the road are further south toward Lanikai and the neighborhood is surrounded by more residential areas. Kalaheo Avenue has a sidewalk on the makai, or ocean, side of the road, and while it’s a popular route for runners, walkers and bicyclists, all traffic on this street generally passes right by Kailua Beachside homes.
Houses in this neighborhood are lovely and very well-maintained. Many channel beachside cottages in their design, although most are much larger than a cottage. Even though Kailua Beachside real estate is on the high end, homes here tend to be unassumingly nice and fit into the relaxed lifestyle that Kailua is known for. Sizes range from smaller one bedroom homes to very spacious estates with five bedrooms or more on expansive lots.
The more glamorous houses can be found at the very end of Kalaheo Avenue, off of Kailuana Road. Bordering a canal that leads to the ocean, this is a small sub-neighborhood made of a few roads leading to the beach. A portion of this area is gated and because homes are further off of Kalaheo Avenue, it is an incredibly peaceful place. The houses are generally larger and sleeker back here, but they are still open and fit the beach lifestyle of this town.
The Kailua Beachside neighborhood is an ideal location if you’re looking for a home that is right on the beach and in a higher-end area. Just a short drive from Kailua Town’s great restaurants, fashionable island-style boutiques, schools and parks, it’s also about as close as you can get to beautiful Kailua beach. It would be hard to go wrong choosing a home in this neighborhood.
The price range of houses for sale in Kailua Beachside is $1.8M to $26M with a median price of $2.92M, median interior of 2,788sf and median land size of 10,042sf.
The median price of houses sold in Kailua Beachside year-to-date (Jan - Apr 27, 2017) is $1.82M. In previous years it was $2.53M (2016), $2.4M (2015), $1.92M (2014), $1.8M (2013), $1.56M (2012), $1.68M (2011), $1.71M (2010), $1.78M (2009), $1.8M (2008), $2.12M (2007), $2M (2006), $1.85M (2005), $1.37M (2004), $1.04M (2003).
5 houses have sold in Kailua Beachside year-to-date (Jan - Apr 27, 2017). In previous years, the total number of houses sold were 12 (2016), 13 (2015), 18 (2014), 16 (2013), 18 (2012), 10 (2011), 18 (2010), 16 (2009), 18 (2008), 19 (2007), 15 (2006), 19 (2005), 20 (2004), 28 (2003).
On average Kailua Beachside houses were on the market for 92 days before they were sold (Jan - Apr 27, 2017). In previous years it was 181 days (2016), 138 days (2015), 152 days (2014), 104 days (2013), 106 days (2012), 118 days (2011), 72 days (2010), 110 days (2009), 85 days (2008), 90 days (2007), 90 days (2006), 82 days (2005), 67 days (2004), 41 days (2003).
The average days on market for Kailua Beachside houses before sold were 97 days March 2017 compared to 275 days March 2016.
The ratio of Kailua Beachside houses sales price vs list price were 96.8% March 2017 compared to 96.5% March 2016.
3 Kailua Beachside houses were sold March 2017 compared to 1 house sold March 2016.
The total dollar volume of houses currently for sale in Kailua Beachside is $124.77M and the sold dollar volume year-to-date (Jan - Apr 27, 2017) is $13.61M. In previous years sold dollar volume was $52.76M (2016), $46.28M (2015), $54.21M (2014), $48.08M (2013), $42.12M (2012), $31.08M (2011), $45.19M (2010), $40.64M (2009), $74.72M (2008), $58.01M (2007), $57.92M (2006), $50.69M (2005), $38.29M (2004), $41.02M (2003).
The most recent sale in Kailua Beachside was a house located at 76 Kaikea Place, sold for $1.82M on Mar 24, 2017. It had 2482sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: 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. 82 Kalaheo Avenue (2,367sf) sold for $1.71M on 1/25/2017. 19 Kaumana Place (2,723sf) sold for $5.32M on 1/9/2017. 165 Kailuana Loop (2,680sf) sold for $2.2M on 12/2/2016. 338 Dune Circle (2,186sf) sold for $1.95M on 9/16/2016. 444 Dune Circle (2,331sf) sold for $1.85M on 8/24/2016. 60 Pilipu Place (2,801sf) sold for $2.08M on 7/27/2016. 126 Kailuana Loop (2,930sf) sold for $2.87M on 6/2/2016.
14 of the houses have ocean views and 11 have mountain views.