Ever heard the famous saying “Go Big or Go Home”? In Kaimalino, you can do both! This collection of houses sits right on the northern end of Kailua's coastline, not far from the entrance to Kaneohe Marine Corps Base.
Kamailano's foundation is almost a small peninsula, pushing out into the waters like a bookend to the rest of the Kailua coast.It's a geographical bit of luck for some. That extension outward means part of its south side is bordering on the ocean along with its entire east side.
Not to mention the Oneawa Channel that makes up the rest of the neighborhood's south border as it curves in from the interior to meet the Pacific, bringing water views to more than just the owners lucky enough to be on the oceanfront.
Those who are on the Pacific are privileged with not just the sight of Kailua Bay, but the pleasures of being just a few steps from the waves lapping up to the sand. The crowds are all at the other end of the coast, so you have it all to yourself much of the time. That's as close as you'll come to a private beach in this town.
Kaimalino Real Estate – Go Big at Home The homes in Kaimalino are famous for 'going big', their dimensions extending to an average of 2400 sq ft, many far exceeding that measurement. It isn't difficult to reach those proportions on the lot sizes you'll find here. They start at 10,000 sq ft and go up to a huge 13,000 or sometimes even more.
Some of the structures date to the start of this community in the 1950's and 60's, but building has been ongoing here, with new homes being added in every decade since. In the more recent times, that has changed to tearing down and rebuilding as new buyers decided something grander was needed.
The size of both the lots and the residences, plus the proximity to the ocean, have unmistakably made these upmarket properties, even for homes in Kailua. The prices back this up, with Kaimalino homes for sale getting $1.3M to $2M these days.
With H3 nearby your commute is a faster one than most on the Windward Side. While getting to work quicker is an advantage, the true value will come from arriving home ahead of the crowd. When you live in a neighborhood like this, you'll want all the time you can get to enjoy home.
The price range of houses for sale in Kaimalino is $2.1M to $3.15M with a median price of $2.34M, median interior of 3,251sf and median land size of 10,292sf.
The median price of houses sold in Kaimalino year-to-date (Jan - Feb 20, 2017) is $1.8M. In previous years it was $1.67M (2016), $1.67M (2015), $1.57M (2014), $1.37M (2013), $1.25M (2012), $1.51M (2011), $1.18M (2010), $1.24M (2009), $1.44M (2008), $1.28M (2007), $1.24M (2006), $1.78M (2005), $897K (2004), $890K (2003).
1 house has sold in Kaimalino year-to-date (Jan - Feb 20, 2017). In previous years, the total number of houses sold were 8 (2016), 12 (2015), 10 (2014), 11 (2013), 6 (2012), 6 (2011), 5 (2010), 3 (2009), 3 (2008), 6 (2007), 4 (2006), 4 (2005), 7 (2004), 13 (2003).
On average Kaimalino houses were on the market for 123 days before they were sold (Jan - Feb 20, 2017). In previous years it was 79 days (2016), 55 days (2015), 79 days (2014), 81 days (2013), 33 days (2012), 141 days (2011), 42 days (2010), 156 days (2009), 31 days (2008), 120 days (2007), 103 days (2006), 68 days (2005), 47 days (2004), 104 days (2003).
The average days on market for Kaimalino houses before sold were 123 days January 2017 compared to 212 days January 2016.
The ratio of Kaimalino houses sales price vs list price were 97.3% January 2017 compared to 97.2% January 2016.
1 Kaimalino house was sold January 2017 compared to 1 house sold January 2016.
The total dollar volume of houses currently for sale in Kaimalino is $9.94M and the sold dollar volume year-to-date (Jan - Feb 20, 2017) is $1.8M. In previous years sold dollar volume was $13.77M (2016), $21.5M (2015), $16.28M (2014), $16.57M (2013), $7.45M (2012), $10.96M (2011), $5.81M (2010), $4.43M (2009), $4.21M (2008), $7.73M (2007), $5.01M (2006), $7.52M (2005), $9.67M (2004), $13.57M (2003).
The most recent sale in Kaimalino was a house located at 575 Kaimalino Street, sold for $1.8M on Jan 24, 2017. It had 4010sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: 804 Mokapu Road (2,370sf) sold for $1.65M on 11/1/2016. 605 Kaimalino Place (2,540sf) sold for $1.5M on 10/17/2016. 596 Kaimalino Street (2,608sf) sold for $2.19M on 8/31/2016. (1,676sf) sold for $1.25M on 8/12/2016. 689 Milokai Street (2,140sf) sold for $1.7M on 8/9/2016. 609 Milokai Street (4,224sf) sold for $2.34M on 5/12/2016. 674 Milokai Street (1,643sf) sold for $1.39M on 4/6/2016. 607 Milokai Place (2,077sf) sold for $1.73M on 1/20/2016. 604 Kaimalino Street (2,146sf) sold for $1.69M on 12/30/2015.
2 of the houses have ocean views and 1 has mountain views.