St Louis Heights Neighborhood – Oahu

Do you want to live in a home that is convenient to town, yet above all the hustle and bustle? Does a view of Waikiki and the blue Pacific appeal to you? Consider the charming neighborhood of St. Louis Heights.

There’s a lot to love about St. Louis Heights. For starters, the panoramic views are amazing. Think Diamond Head. Waikiki. Ocean and sunset. There’s also something to be said about the convenience of living in St. Louis Heights. If you want easy access to the freeway, St. Louis has it. Or, if you are looking to commute to the University of Hawaii or one of the best private schools on the island, look no further. And, Chaminade University is right down the hill. Talk about convenient!

There is also a plethora of eateries within close proximity. Whether you want casual dining or your tastes are more refined, you won’t have to drive far to find a good spot to eat. The Kahala Mall is close by, too, and there are lots of boutiques and shops in the near vicinity.

St. Louis Heights is a well-established neighborhood. Many of the homes were built in the mid-to-late 1900s. Perhaps that is what gives St. Louis Heights its charm. Many of the residents are original owners and homes don’t turn over as much as in other neighborhoods. People move in and stay. And why not? It’s a gem of a neighborhood with friendly residents and a great vibe.

If you are interested in St. Louis Heights, you might be surprised that the prices of homes are low compared to many east Honolulu neighborhoods. Recent sales have averaged in the mid-$900s and current list prices average around $1.1 mil. So, if you are in the market and looking for a single-family home in east Honolulu, make sure St. Louis Heights is on your radar. It’s worth a look. Well worth it!

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