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54-031 Hauula Homestead Road
$495,000 2 Bd / 1 Ba / 540 sf

Cute as a button cottage on a co...

53-220 Kamehameha Highway
$750,000 3 Bd / 3 Ba / 1,359 sf

This beautifully maintained home...

54-243 Kamehameha Highway
$729,000 3 Bd / 2 Ba / 840 sf

Island living in your cottage by...

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51-458 Kamehameha Highway
$885,000 2 Bd / 2 Ba / 1,512 sf

Come see and be charmed by this ...

51-529 Kamehameha Highway
$888,000 3 Bd / 2 Ba / 1,801 sf

**OPEN HOUSE Sunday May 21st 2-5...

Kaaawa / Hauula House (undisclosed address)
$399,000 3 Bd / 2 Ba / 1,389 sf

Owner Increased price! Put in an...

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54-079 Hauula Homestead Road
$490,000 2 Bd / 1 Ba / 993 sf

Picturesque 2 bedroom 1 bath hom...

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53-014 Pokiwai Place
$499,900 3 Bd / 1 Ba / 842 sf

NEW PRICE! Beautifully upgraded,...

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51-529 Kamehameha Highway
$649,000 2 Bd / 1.5 Ba / 1,137 sf

Escape to Oahu's windward side w...

54-023 Ahinalu Place
$750,000 4 Bd / 3 Ba / 1,176 sf

Highly motivated seller! All of...

54-018 Haukoi Place
$999,000 6 Bd / 4 Ba / 2,884 sf

Lovely home w/DEEDED OCEAN ACCES...

51-614 Kamehameha Highway
$1,195,000 3 Bd / 3 Ba / 1,850 sf

Don't miss this beautiful oceans...

51-451 Haahaa Street
$1,063,000 4 Bd / 3 Ba / 1,714 sf

Light, windows, privacy and spac...

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53-623 Kamehameha Highway
$1,500,000 4 Bd / 3 Ba / 1,936 sf

One of the last remaining undisc...

54-119 Imua Place
$549,000 4 Bd / 5 Ba / 1,564 sf

Walking distance to Ocean! Locat...

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The duo of Kaaawa and Hauula go together very well, two oceanside neighborhoods that have much to offer, sharing an unspoilt stretch of coastline that is off the tourists' radar and a setting where a dog's distant barking is the loudest thing you'll hear at night, outside of the surf coming in, of course.

That sounds very intriguing, but how do the homes measure up? Come with us up the Windward Side and find out.

KAAAWA
Kaawa is the smaller, and the southernmost, of the two towns, with just under 1,100 residents currently. This is generally considered part of the North Shore, not just because of its location high on the east side, but also the lifestyle and undeveloped environment of this community.

Despite the homes' coming from a wide range of years, from the 1920s to present day, they mainly fall into that North Shore style. Wood framed houses with white trimmed windows, often raised off the ground. It's a style linked with the beachside life and that's exactly what you get here.

Most lots are good sized, usually spreading over 6,000 or more sq ft. They can seem even more removed & private due to the fact that much of the area around you remains untouched, plus the freely growing trees and vegetation provide further separation.

One of the rare condo communities on this coast, Makua Village, stands here on an enviable site looking out at the ocean that plays just across the road. Residences are split into Studios (381 or 581 sq ft), 1BR (492 or 649 sq ft) and 2BR (757 or 887 sq ft).

HAUULA
The town of Hauula almost triples the population of its neighbor, to a little over 3,000, but is still firmly rural. In fact, the transition between the two areas is hard to discern as they both have succesfully made 'keeping the country country' a reality.

Another factor that blurs the two is the use of the same beach house architecture. However, don't mistake that for a cookie-cutter approach.

The variations you'll find are endless, bringing a personal touch to a general style that makes the houses familiar and yet individual. The build date varies widely here, too, with a 1930's structure standing next door to one built last year.

Sizes of both the interiors and the lots themselves are one other area that can be almost anywhere on the scale. The majority, though, fall in the roughly 1,000 to 2,000 sq ft size indoors and a minimum of 4,500 sq ft of land. There's the occasional huge beachfront estate, too, that shows just what level of paradise a certain price tag can buy.

WHY BUYERS LINE UP FOR HOMES IN KAAAWA & HAUULA
The proximity to the ocean, from an easy stroll to living on the very edge of it, makes these homes something special, even in Hawaii.

Your commute may be longer, but if there's a place you just might be safe from Oahu's marching development, this is it. More than a refuge, Kaaawa and Hauula are places where you can still listen to the aina. And it could be calling you.

Also check out all homes for sale in Kaneohe or North Shore.
  • Kaaawa / Hauula Houses - Trends & Statistics

  • The price range of houses for sale in Kaaawa / Hauula is $399K to $2.5M with a median price of $886K, median interior of 1,639sf and median land size of 6,761sf.
  • The median price of houses sold in Kaaawa / Hauula year-to-date (Jan - May 25, 2017) is $600K. In previous years it was $600K (2016), $629K (2015), $679K (2014), $575K (2013), $468K (2012), $368K (2011), $499K (2010), $409K (2009), $587K (2008), $555K (2007), $669K (2006), $554K (2005), $415K (2004), $365K (2003).
  • 21 houses have sold in Kaaawa / Hauula year-to-date (Jan - May 25, 2017). In previous years, the total number of houses sold were 61 (2016), 36 (2015), 28 (2014), 37 (2013), 41 (2012), 46 (2011), 29 (2010), 24 (2009), 27 (2008), 39 (2007), 43 (2006), 56 (2005), 69 (2004), 51 (2003).
  • On average Kaaawa / Hauula houses were on the market for 95 days before they were sold (Jan - May 25, 2017). In previous years it was 97 days (2016), 121 days (2015), 142 days (2014), 110 days (2013), 78 days (2012), 76 days (2011), 113 days (2010), 81 days (2009), 82 days (2008), 110 days (2007), 79 days (2006), 38 days (2005), 62 days (2004), 74 days (2003).
  • The average days on market for Kaaawa / Hauula houses before sold were 58 days April 2017 compared to 79 days April 2016.
  • The ratio of Kaaawa / Hauula houses sales price vs list price were 94.7% April 2017 compared to 94.4% April 2016.
  • 5 Kaaawa / Hauula houses were sold April 2017 compared to 4 houses sold April 2016.
  • The total dollar volume of houses currently for sale in Kaaawa / Hauula is $30.65M and the sold dollar volume year-to-date (Jan - May 25, 2017) is $14.95M. In previous years sold dollar volume was $40.07M (2016), $23.94M (2015), $19.15M (2014), $22.68M (2013), $20.64M (2012), $20.91M (2011), $15.04M (2010), $11.1M (2009), $16M (2008), $23.97M (2007), $29.77M (2006), $35.41M (2005), $30.25M (2004), $18.96M (2003).
  • The most recent sale in Kaaawa / Hauula was a house located at 54-264 Kamehameha Highway, sold for $530K on May 19, 2017. It had 1725sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: 54-67A Waikulama Street (1,040sf) sold for $525K on 5/17/2017. 54-359 Kamehameha Highway (1,334sf) sold for $745K on 5/12/2017. 51-344 Kamehameha Highway (1,640sf) sold for $549K on 5/10/2017. 54-298 Hauula Homestead Road (3,180sf) sold for $868K on 5/8/2017. 54-009 Kahikole Place (2,080sf) sold for $600K on 5/8/2017. 54-269 Kamehameha Highway (748sf) sold for $390K on 5/4/2017. 53-416 A1 Kamehameha Highway (2,030sf) sold for $449K on 4/28/2017. 53-904 Kamehameha Highway (864sf) sold for $435K on 4/24/2017. 54-015 Kamehameha Highway (380sf) sold for $550K on 4/21/2017.
  • 20 of the houses have ocean views and 22 have mountain views.