Regency At Kahala Condos – Active Listings & Market Update

There is currently something for everyone who can afford Regency At Kahala condos, with 4 active one, two, and three bedroom listings ranging in price from $898K to $1.79M.

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Regency At Kahala

In my opinion, this is the best condo building to reside in Kahala. The building is next to the post office and boarders Kahala Mall, offering theaters, restaurants, and shopping that includes Whole Foods market.

Current Inventory

There are currently 4 active listings ranging in price from $898K to $1.79M.

Regency At Kahala 4A liv rm

Regency At Kahala #4A

  • Unit #4B (MLS# 201400228) – 1 bed/1 bath condo with 1,320 sq.ft. listed at $898K
  • Unit #4A (MLS# 201331398) – Faces East to Koko Head and is a 1,830 sq.ft. 3 bed/2 bath listed at $1.1M
  • Unit #9A (MLS# 201338043) – 3 bed/2 bath consisting of 1,606 sq.ft., listed at $1.1M
  • Unit #20A (MLS# 201401351) – The highest priced listing is a 1,830 sq.ft., 2 bed/2 bath at $1.79M

Market Activity

As of this writing, the current active listings are averaging just over 60 days on market. It is interesting to note that closed sales during the past 12 months consist of 3 closings that had an average of 5 days on market:

  • (MLS# 1301680) – 3 bedroom/2 bath closed March, 2013 at $1.5M
  • (MLS# 1302778) – 1 bedroom/1 bath closed  April, 2013 at $1.075M
  • (MLS# 1304479) – 2 bedroom/2 bath closed May, 2013 at $1.46M

Regency At Kahala #7B (pictured below) faces South to the ocean and is a 1,320 sq.ft., 1 bed/1 bath condo that came on market 6 weeks ago at $1.198M, and just went into escrow.

Elegantly remodeled kitchen with new SS appliances, Ipe wood flo

Regency At Kahala #7B

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