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Hawaii Kai’s Na Pali Haweo – A Hidden Haven in Paradise

Na Pali Haweo, which in Hawaiian means “the cliffs of distinction,” is located in one of the most breathtaking ridges on the east side of Oahu. Na Pali Haweo is on a summit called Kamehame Ridge, and overlooks Maui, Lanai, Molokai, and the Big Island on a clear day. During whale season, you might be fortunate enough to see a whale or two frolicking in the Pacific Ocean.

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Area residents will tell you that Na Pali Haweo, which is just 11 miles driving distance from Honolulu, is a “place where you can touch the sky, and smell the clear blue ocean.” There are panoramic ocean views from just about every room in each of the custom-made homes built on the ridge.

The spectacular scene of Koko Head Crater, enchanted mountains that parallel the area, the picturesque Hawaii Kai marina, a championship golf course below Na Pali Haweo, and the sparkling blue Pacific Ocean await homeowners on their way home from work.

Tropical mini mansions, or houses on the ridge range from $1.2 million to $2.5 million, and is easily marketed as a “haven on earth,” due to its breathtaking views of paradise, and the tranquil and breezy atmosphere, away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Lots range from 7,000 to 20,000+ square feet—rare to have such spacious lots in island paradise.

The State Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) announced its plans of working on a proposed $240 million project to improve and increase Hawaii’s outdoor recreation facilities, provide educational programs, make infrastructure improvements, and adopt national standards. The Hawaii Kai community can expect park and trail improvements along the Ka Iwi Scenic Shoreline, and ocean recreation improvements of the Maunalua Bay Boat Ramp near Na Pali Haweo.

Now is the time to buy in this undiscovered, Beverly Hills-like neighborhood. I loved it so much, I purchased two on the ridge. Contact me for more information.

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