Lilipuna lies across Kamehameha Highway from Windward Mall, taking up the lands on its namesake, Lilipuna Point. Many know it as being the part of Windward Oahu closest to Coconut Island. Famous as being 'Gilligan's Island' from the tv show, Coconut Island is now a UH Research Center, providing a preserved tropical isle to the view of many residences here.
This is another Kaneohe community that can trace its beginnings to the 1950's, a time when commuting to Honolulu became routine with the new Pali Tunnel and the population began a post-war surge.
Lilipuna followed the pattern of much of the other communities in the town that started to fill in at this time, then added more residences in the coming decades. Those lots come in many sizes, from a low of a little over 3,200 sq ft to as much as 33,000 on the oceanfront luxury homes.
As you can imagine, those homes along the ocean also tend to have larger interiors, with over 8,000 or 9,000 sq ft in certain residences. Wherever you're looking in Lilipuna, you can count on over 1,000 sq ft at a minimum, with most ranging from 2,000 to 4,000 on average. These are family sized homes.
IN DEMAND CONDO / TOWNHOUSE COMMUNITIES Most of this area consists of those single family homes, but there are two significant townhome / condo communities that are very popular. For many they are the right choice for their lifestyle.
Poha Kea Point (Built 1986 - 1990) Poha Kea Point, found toward the northern side of Lilipuna, has 255 units total, 131 of them in what's called Poha Kea Point 3 and 124 in Poha Kea 4. Residents of these townhome style condos have numerous recreation options, including a pool, exercise room, jogging/walking path and tennis courts. They also enjoy views of the mountains and the ocean from their homes, depending on where they are in the complex.
Residences fall into 4 floor plans, outlined below with measurements that include their lanais: Lehua – 2BR/2BA, Dual Level (961 sq ft) Birchwood – 2BR/2BA, Single Level (1017 sq ft) Ilima – 2BR/1.5BA, Dual Level (1121 sq ft) Rosewood – 2BR/2BA, Dual Level (1258 sq ft)
Summit at Kaneohe Bay (Built 1994) Located downhill from Poha Kea, Summit at Kaneohe Bay is a gated community with 31 houses collected under a Condominium Property Regime (CPR). Along with the restricted entrance, all homes are on just one fishhook shaped road that dead ends, safeguarding your residence from traffic noise and providing greater security and privacy.
These are large, 2 story homes, consisting entirely of 3BRs and 2.5BAs, but differing layouts of 1595, 1615, 1632, 1827, 1835, 2016 and 2323 sq ft. From top to bottom, these are roomy spaces.
Despite being in a central area of the neighborhood, certain homeowners can look out to the ocean, as well as to the mountains and city.
LILIPUNA – HOMES THAT HAVE YOU COVERED This is a true neighborhood, with more or less every lot built on, but in many different styles and tastes. With Windward Mall in walking distance, ocean views from even the interior areas of Lilipuna, there's a lot to like here. Best of all, that goes for every level of buyer, from condos to houses to oceanfront mansions. This place has range.
The price range of houses for sale in Lilipuna is $779K to $3.19M with a median price of $960K, median interior of 1,743sf and median land size of 10,175sf.
The median price of houses sold in Lilipuna year-to-date (Jan - May 23, 2017) is $1.19M. In previous years it was $925K (2016), $1.15M (2015), $842K (2014), $770K (2013), $675K (2012), $597K (2011), $740K (2010), $699K (2009), $575K (2008), $783K (2007), $817K (2006), $792K (2005), $601K (2004), $530K (2003).
5 houses have sold in Lilipuna year-to-date (Jan - May 23, 2017). In previous years, the total number of houses sold were 13 (2016), 9 (2015), 10 (2014), 11 (2013), 9 (2012), 4 (2011), 14 (2010), 5 (2009), 9 (2008), 12 (2007), 8 (2006), 18 (2005), 17 (2004), 13 (2003).
On average Lilipuna houses were on the market for 88 days before they were sold (Jan - May 23, 2017). In previous years it was 85 days (2016), 150 days (2015), 159 days (2014), 56 days (2013), 45 days (2012), 134 days (2011), 100 days (2010), 113 days (2009), 84 days (2008), 77 days (2007), 73 days (2006), 55 days (2005), 72 days (2004), 75 days (2003).
The average days on market for Lilipuna houses before sold were 78 days April 2017 compared to 61 days April 2016.
The ratio of Lilipuna houses sales price vs list price were 100.1% April 2017 compared to 99.0% April 2016.
2 Lilipuna houses were sold April 2017 compared to 3 houses sold April 2016.
The total dollar volume of houses currently for sale in Lilipuna is $16.36M and the sold dollar volume year-to-date (Jan - May 23, 2017) is $6.22M. In previous years sold dollar volume was $12.11M (2016), $12.93M (2015), $11.56M (2014), $9.7M (2013), $6.07M (2012), $2.71M (2011), $11.2M (2010), $3.55M (2009), $5.31M (2008), $9.21M (2007), $6.61M (2006), $17.37M (2005), $10.83M (2004), $7.22M (2003).
The most recent sale in Lilipuna was a house located at 45-030 Springer Place, sold for $1.8M on May 16, 2017. It had 1908sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: 45-120 Seabury Place (2,714sf) sold for $1.19M on 4/20/2017. 45-1045 Wailele Road (1,074sf) sold for $695K on 4/19/2017. 45-327 Ka Hanahou Circle (2,328sf) sold for $935K on 3/2/2017. 45-277 Ka Hanahou Circle (1,935sf) sold for $1.6M on 2/10/2017. 45-1021D Wailele Road (1,421sf) sold for $475K on 12/27/2016. 45-028 Lilipuna Road (1,424sf) sold for $1.39M on 12/9/2016. 45-012 Lilipuna Road (1,012sf) sold for $991K on 11/15/2016. 45-111 Seabury Place (2,133sf) sold for $1.26M on 10/28/2016. 45-081 Lilipuna Road (1,917sf) sold for $950K on 10/6/2016.
7 of the houses have ocean views and 7 have mountain views.