Welcome to Mililani Mauka. Geographically set in the center of Oahu, Mililani Mauka is set apart from other neighborhoods. The H2, built in 1976, splits Mililani in half literally separating Mauka from the rest of Mililani. The towns’ amenities include grocery stores, entertainment, medical services, and offices that lie just off of the highway. Schools and recreation centers are located just beyond that. And farthest from commuter traffic are the homes of Mililani Mauka, enjoying privacy, space and a neighborhood feel.
Previously farmlands, the need for more residential homes was met with the development of this town. It was named an All-American City in 1986. It is the only community in Hawaii ever to receive this distinction. Mililani is the third wealthiest zip code (96789) in the state of Hawaii, according to the 2006 ranking by Pacific Business News. The Mililani Golf Club is a par-72, 6,455-yard course that is open to the public. The Mililani Technology Park is a nearby campus-like park that is zoned for high-tech industries.
The construction of the Mauka homes was completed in 2007, and totaled approximately 5,000 homes across it. It was an immediate success, selling its homes quickly. The first homes in Mililani went on sale in 1968. Single-family homes have recently gone for over $1M on the top end, proving just how appealing Mililani Mauka is to home seekers. The well designed and comfortable homes were built to accommodate the modern American.
This current listing at 95-207 Loea Place is a 4 bed, 2.5 bath American Classic 5 home in a cul-de-sac at the end of Loea road. This home is designed to accommodate your life the way you really live it — with all the extra room you could hope for. Solar panels power the central A/C, security system and automatic garage door, keeping your electric bill to a minimum. A covered porch in front and a covered lanai in back connect you to your surroundings, while a huge garage offers room for three cars and all your family’s gear.
The large master suite features a full bath and walk-in closet. Because the home is southwest facing, the master bedroom has delightful views of Mililani and the Ocean beyond. This home does more than simply contain your life, it embraces and enhances it.
Other notable facts about this community are that In 2003 Mililani was designated as the pilot site for the City and County of Honolulu’s curbside recycling program. In 2005, Money magazine named Mililani as one of the best places to live in the U.S. In 2006, Mililani Ike Elementary School first grade teacher Phyllis Nakama-Kawamoto was named Hawaii’s American Star of Teaching by the U.S. Department of Education.