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2 Bedroom Townhome with Kane’ohe Bay Views

Between the Ko’olau Mountains and Kane’ohe Bay lies a quaint town home complex called Lilipuna. Named after the street that it’s built on, Lilipuna is located in the neighborhood of Puualii, in a very convenient area near a ton of shopping and dining options.

Lilipuna

Lilipuna Town Homes

Windward Mall, an enclosed shopping center anchored with Macy’s, Sports Authority, and Sears (one of only 2 left on island) is minutes away. Windward Mall also features a 10-plex theatre, kids indoor play area, farmers’ market, and local activities and entertainment. Safeway and Times Supermarkets are nearby, as well as the bus routes.

Lilipuna was built in 1981 and is a boutique-style building consisting of only 38, 2 bedroom units. The pool was recently retiled and the exterior of the buildings will be repainted shortly. There is also a BBQ and picnic area to enjoy.

Unit 503B boasts gorgeous views of the bay and mountains from its lanai (balcony) and master bedroom. This 2 bed, 2 bath, 1,000 sq. ft. unit is away from the main street, so traffic noise is minimal, and there are great cross breezes through the living room area. While I like the high ceilings and walk-in closet in the master bedroom, the best feature of this unit is the brand new master bathroom, even down to the bathtub!

Master Bedroom

Unit B503 (MLS# 201603732), Master bedroom

Master Bathroom

Newly renovated Master bathroom

As a bonus, this unit also comes with 2 deeded, covered parking spaces. Units in Lilipuna don’t come up for sale very often, so if you’re looking for an affordable property in the heart of Kaneohe, don’t miss this window of opportunity!

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