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First Kahala Kua Home to Hit the Market in East Honolulu’s Secluded Gated Hillside Community

5231 Kuaiwi Pl (MLS # 1006735) is the first home to hit the market in Kahala Kua in over a year.

Talk about low supply! The home was built in 2003 and featured in the April, 2004 issue of Hawaii Home and Remodeling in an article titled “Making Your Great Room Great.” The views of the surfbreaks, the privacy, and ability to “Lock Up & Leave” for second homeowners makes Kahala Kua a special place. The construction is newer, prices are lower than Hawaii Loa Ridge, and it’s actually closer to town!

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Enjoy the view from this “Tsunami Free” Kahala Kua home (MLS# 1006735)

Kahala Kua is a secluded gated community perched above Waialupe. It is the newest gated community in East Oahu, outside of the Peninsula in Hawaii Kai and offers newer construction than Hawaii Loa Ridge. Bill Mills developed the hillside lots and each home showcases their own unique features brought to life by the individual homeowners, builders and architects.

The “Great Room” of this Kahala Kua home was featured in Hawaii Home and Remodeling.

If you’re looking for a gated community in Honolulu, contact us today!

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Keahi Pelayo

April 20, 2010

Wow! Looks like a great listing and Kahala Kua is awesome.
Aloha,
Keahi

Keahi Pelayo

April 20, 2010

Wow! Looks like a great listing and Kahala Kua is awesome.
Aloha,
Keahi

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