Wouldn’t You Rather Buy a NEW Oahu Home? Check Out Hoakalei Residences Kuapapa Community

If you are fortunate enough to be in the market for a Million dollar home on Oahu, where would you want to buy? Well, you may be able to buy an average home in Hawaii Kai or East Oahu, but you’d probably want to upgrade the kitchen or modernize the home a bit. Or, you may be able to find a quaint home in Manoa, likely built in the 1950’s or 1960’s…or if you’re lucky, you could find a fixer upper in Lanikai, close to one of the best beaches in the US.

Exterior of Home

New Construction in Kuapapa at Hoakalei, Ewa Beach, Hawaii

Those options could work for some buyers, but what if you could buy a spectacular brand new luxury home in a highly desirable resort community overlooking an Ernie Els’ signature golf course? Well, if that excites you, then you should look into Hoakalei.

Kuapapa at Hoakalei

Haseko recently began sales in their latest residential resort community called Kuapapa at Hoakalei. The most elaborate homes yet for this developer, their Koa Series homes have between 2,100 to 3,500 square feet of living area, with 9’ ceilings on the first floor, open floor plans, and grand kitchens prime for entertaining.

Kitchen of one of the 7 Model Homes at Kuapapa

A kitchen made for entertaining!

Dining/Living Room

Spacious interior living area with open floor plans

The grand staircase is a focal point in several floor plans

His and Her vanities are standard features in the Master Bathrooms

Golf Course Views

Incredible views of Hoakalei Country Club Golf Course

The outdoor living spaces are delightful, with cool trade winds and breath-taking views overlooking the Hoakalei Country Club Golf Course. Lots are roughly 5,000 to 6,000 square feet, and prices start from $968,000. The first completion of homes is slated to be in the fall of 2014.

Homeowner Privileges

Being an owner in Hoakalei comes with many more privileges. You will have full use of their community area, which includes a pool, spa, and BBQ areas. In addition, you will have access to their Wai Kai Hale Club, allowing you use of a private area on the shore of the Wai Kai Lagoon, projected to open toward the end of 2014.

This 52-acre lagoon will offer a wide variety of recreational activities such as paddle boarding, canoeing, and kayaking. The master plan for Hoakalei encompasses an outdoor promenade for strolling or jogging, a future hotel, mid-rise condominiums, lots of unique shops and restaurants, and even a place to buy shave ice.

Additional Information

For more information on Hoakalei, its communities, or for future updates, please contact me.

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