Mokuleia Beach Colony & the North Shore Community Land Trust Event

One of the special things about Mokuleia is the polo field. It’s a vast oceanfront green space on Oahu’s North Shore.

Green Space of Mokuleia Polo Field

Oceanfront green space of Mokuleia Polo Field behind Mokuleia Beach Colony

This weekend the North Shore Community Land Trust will host its 4th annual Benefit for the Country on the Polo Field. It should be a great event featuring live entertainment, a silent auction, and great food from Town Restaurant. This is a special part of the North Shore and there’s a reason why some choose to call Mokuleia home.

Mokuleia Beach Colony next to Mokuleia Polo Field

Mokuleia Beach Colony next to the Mokuleia Polo Field

Live the Mokuleia Life

I wrote an article a few months back talking about how special the life is out there. We also have a featured property that is still available I’d like to share.

MBC Living Room Relax in Mokuleia Beach Colony

Rare double unit at Mokuleia Beach Colony (MLS# 201410381) with spacious living room

As we head into winter, we’ve noticed an uptick in interest and we anticipate more as the snowbirds will most likely be migrating here from the cold parts of the states and Canada. Oh yeah, I almost forgot to mention (the given) that we get more interest in the North Shore during the winter surf season…

Granite Counters Remodeled Kitchen

Remodeled kitchen with rare blue granite counters is awaiting its new owner

Our clients chose to live the Mokuleia life as they enjoy horseback riding, the ocean, and getting away from “town.” The beauty about Mokueia Beach Colony is it feels like a neighbor island, yet you still have all the advantages to living on Oahu.

Beach fronting Mokuleia Beach Colony

Imagine walking out to this setting to enjoy your afternoon

We are currently priced below assessed value and feel that this opportunity to own a rare double unit at Mokuleia Beach Colony may not be around forever. Feel free to contact David Hite or myself to grab this before a “snowbird” comes in to swoop it this winter. Until then, enjoy another look at a video we had put together to leave you with…

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March 5, 2019

I lived there back in 1979 and 1980. One of my most peaceful times in my life. Many stories to share.

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