Hawaii Five-O (Ho'ohuli Na'au) Visits Kahala Real Estate

This week’s episode of Hawaii Five-O featured another great home that is on the market in Kahala.

This home near the top of Kamehame Ridge (MLS# 1101296) is within a minute of McGarrett’s hike

Although the real estate in Kahala was featured, there were some fantastic scenery backdrops as always. The plot started off with a drop dead location on a secret beach on Oahu’s North Shore where there was a bikini photo shoot. I’m sure that got the attention of everyone on the mainland that was watching!

Unfortunately, as most episodes start off before the first commercial break, tragedy struck as a famous photographer goes up in flames from an arsonist that set his trailer ablaze. Meanwhile, McGarrett is enjoying a nice hike along Kamehame Ridge in Hawaii Kai. It’s an incredible hike up there with views over the Koolau mountain range into the windward side of Oahu above Waimanalo and Kailua.

Once McGarrett and the Five-O team start their investigation, they find out that the photographer had some heavy gambling debts with a local bookie. McGarrett and Dano bravely go straight to the source of the best lead as they did in last week’s episode. It turns out the bookie had a nice pad on Aukai Avenue in Kahala, which happens to be on the market. It’s apparent the producers are going after high end homes that are readily available such as ones in Paiko Lagoon and Kahala in past episodes.

This Kahala home (MLS# 1014282) that was featured this week can be yours for $5,950,000

As the team figures out who the arsonist is, there’s a parallel story going on with Chin Ho. He is still trying to cover for his uncle that stole HPD’s money to pay for his aunt’s medical bills. The episode ends back at the bookie’s home in Kahala as Chin Ho desperately needs money to pay back HPD and offers the dead for his home for $200,000 in cash.

If you’re looking to live your Hawaii Five-O life in any of the neighborhoods I’ve been covering in my articles, feel free to contact me for more information.

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