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1621 Ala Lani St (Salt Lake/Moanalua)

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1621 Ala Lani St, Honolulu
This property was sold May 18, 2021 for $1,230,000
Description
PERFECT multi-generational home or investment property in the highly desirable Moanalua Valley! Fully renovated in 2017, this two-story versatile home features similar floorplans upstairs and downstairs with 3beds/2baths and their own laundry units. Low maintenace property with great cap rate. High ceilings with recess lights, tiled flooring throughout, new roof in 2017, stainless steel appliances to name few of the upgrades! Great lanais that is perfect for entertaining or to simply enjoy the tranquility of the lush mountain views and constant cool breeze that this beautiful neighborhood offers! Build the garden you have been dreaming of in the backyard or take a hike at the nearby Moanalua Valley Trail and Park! Move-in Ready! Do not miss this great opportunity!
Past Activity
  • May 18, 2021 Sold for $1,230,000
  • Mar 25, 2021 In Escrow
  • Mar 09, 2021 Listed at $1,199,000
  • Dec 01, 2017 Sold for $1,125,000
  • Nov 07, 2017 In Escrow
  • Nov 01, 2017 Listed at $1,150,000
More Details
  • Price / Interior Sf: $549
  • Year Remodeled: 2017
  • Owner, Tax & Resale History: Click here
  • Zoning: 05 - R-5 Residential District
  • Elementary School: Moanalua
  • Middle School: Moanalua
  • High School: Moanalua
  • Any View: Mountain
  • Flood Zone: Zone X
  • Amenities: Bedroom on 1st Floor, Full Bath on 1st Floor, Patio/Deck, Storage
  • TMK: 1-1-1-44-24-0
  • Tax Assessed Land: $697,000
  • Tax Assessed Improvements: $255,500
  • Tax Assessed Total: $952,500
  • Courtesy: Locations LLC
  • MLS: 202106515
The MLS properties are based on information from the Multiple Listing Service of Hicentral MLS, Ltd. Listings last updated on June 19, 2021. Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
About Salt Lake/Moanalua
Both Moanalua & Salt Lake were originally included in the ahupua'a, or land division passed down from Princess Bernice Puahi Bishop to Samuel Damon in the late 1800's. Most of it was then sold by the Damon family in 1956 to developers, most significantly businessman Clarence T. Ching.

Ching divided the property into lots, which owners could build on as they wished. That's why there are so many unique houses, reflecting the tastes of individual owners. Those aren't the only differences that exist in the trio of neighborhoods that make up this area, which is why it's best to look at them individually.

Moanalua Gardens
Much of the Moanalua Gardens homes are up the hillside, giving them expansive views that extend out even to the ocean as well as the city lights each evening.

This is a tight-knit community with numerous families who've lived here for years, some of them the original owners.

Another attraction is the lots tend to be larger here, with the  ....click here to read more
Description
PERFECT multi-generational home or investment property in the highly desirable Moanalua Valley! Fully renovated in 2017, this two-story versatile home features similar floorplans upstairs and downstairs with 3beds/2baths and their own laundry units. Low maintenace property with great cap rate. High ceilings with recess lights, tiled flooring throughout, new roof in 2017, stainless steel appliances to name few of the upgrades! Great lanais that is perfect for entertaining or to simply enjoy the tranquility of the lush mountain views and constant cool breeze that this beautiful neighborhood offers! Build the garden you have been dreaming of in the backyard or take a hike at the nearby Moanalua Valley Trail and Park! Move-in Ready! Do not miss this great opportunity!
The MLS properties are based on information from the Multiple Listing Service of Hicentral MLS, Ltd. Listings last updated on June 19, 2021. Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
Both Moanalua & Salt Lake were originally included in the ahupua'a, or land division passed down from Princess Bernice Puahi Bishop to Samuel Damon in the late 1800's. Most of it was then sold by the Damon family in 1956 to developers, most significantly businessman Clarence T. Ching.

Ching divided the property into lots, which owners could build on as they wished. That's why there are so many unique houses, reflecting the tastes of individual owners. Those aren't the only differences that exist in the trio of neighborhoods that make up this area, which is why it's best to look at them individually.

Moanalua Gardens
Much of the Moanalua Gardens homes are up the hillside, giving them expansive views that extend out even to the ocean as well as the city lights each evening.

This is a tight-knit community with numerous families who've lived here for years, some of them the original owners.

Another attraction is the lots tend to be larger here, with the  ....click here to read more
 
You do not own the land, but have the right to use the land until an expiration year. At expiration the ownership typically reverts back to the land owner.
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