Kalama Tract in Kailua: Homes Offering the Classic Kailua Beach Lifestyle

Today I checked out two very different properties in the central beach area of Kailua, Kalama Tract.

60 N. Kainalu Dr.

First, I saw 60 N. Kainalu Dr., a 6 bed, 6 bath home divided into 4 units, about two blocks from the beach. The list price is $1,998,000. 
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60 N. Kainalu Dr. (MLS# 201508953)

I’d estimate the possible rental income from this home, between all four units, to be upwards of $8,000 per month. For a buyer with significant cash down payment, or who would like to live in one unit and rent the rest, this home is ideal.

  • Upper Main House – 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, living area, and lanai
  • Lower Main House – 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, wet bar (not a full kitchen), living area, and lanai
  • Cottage – a separate building with 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, and its own private entry, parking, and yard space
  • Studio – another separate building with a bathroom and living/sleeping space

130 Mookua St. #A

Next, I visited 130 Mookua St. #A, the home everyone has in mind when buying in Kailua. It’s a 4 bed, 2 bath newly renovated single family home with a large yard, close to the beach. Listed for $1,550,000, this home is well priced for its location and condition. The home is just four houses off of N. Kalaheo, close to the beach access on Kalaka Pl.

30 Mookua St. #A

30 Mookua St. #A (MLS# 201508678) 

The home sits on a flag lot, which in many communities would be a detraction, but not in this part of Kailua. Here, a flag lot means more privacy and less foot and car traffic. The interior finishes of the home are all new, clean-lined, and contemporary. Nearly every room has a door or a view to the outdoors, so you’ll feel surrounded by greenery here. Several “pockets parks” dot the yard and provide interesting retreat spaces. This one will go quickly!

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If you’d like to inquire on these or any other Kailua home, please comment below or email me.

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