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305 Koa St (Wahiawa)

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305 Koa St #B, Wahiawa
This property was sold September 29, 2021 for $275,000
Description
Full disclosure: This property is landlocked! Owners have used a private driveway 'carved' out of the neighboring telephone company's site. It could be called an "unofficial easement"; there is no written easement granted, the asking price reflects this status. The home is in tear down condition! Sewer is connected and overhead electricity exists to the property. This is a square 50' x 100' level, fee simple lot near Wahiawa's central park. This property is recorded in the land court. Land court property should not be landlocked; you can take on this issue at this low low price.
Past Activity
  • Sep 29, 2021 Sold for $275,000
  • Aug 30, 2021 In Escrow
  • Aug 02, 2021 Price $250,000
  • Mar 13, 2021 Back to Active
  • Feb 25, 2021 In Escrow
  • Feb 09, 2021 Back to Active
  • Feb 01, 2021 In Escrow
  • Jan 22, 2021 Listed at $325,000
More Details
  • Owner, Tax & Resale History: Click here
  • Price / Interior Sf: $345
  • Zoning: 12 - A-2 Medium Density Apartme
  • Elementary School: Wahiawa
  • Middle School: Wahiawa
  • High School: Leilehua
  • Flood Zone: Zone D
  • Amenities: Wall/Fence
  • TMK: 1-7-4-7-5-0
  • Tax Assessed Land: $522,500
  • Tax Assessed Improvements: $16,000
  • Tax Assessed Total: $538,500
  • Courtesy: First Home, Incorporated
  • MLS: 202101525
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The MLS properties are based on information from the Multiple Listing Service of Hicentral MLS, Ltd. Listings last updated on December 08, 2021. Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
About Wahiawa
Owning a Wahiawa home is a dream come true for those who have their heart set on a vintage plantation home. Famous as the site of the first Dole farmlands, this is a place steeped in the agricultural era of Hawaii's history. For that reason you still regularly find enchanting homes from the 1930's to 50's on the market that look like an old picture postcard come to life.

North of Mililani, Wahiawa is in the center of Oahu, cradled between the peaks of two different mountain ranges. The town is also uniquely surrounded on 3 sides by the fresh waters of Lake Wilson, one of the reasons it was a prime location for the Dole company's operations for so long.

Just up the road from your hometown is the world-renowned North Shore, with all of its beaches and surfing spots waiting for you whenever free time arrives. It's close enough for even a shave ice run!

Although the lands in Wahiawa no longer hold the fields of pineapple and other crops, the local economy has r  ....click here to read more
Description
Full disclosure: This property is landlocked! Owners have used a private driveway 'carved' out of the neighboring telephone company's site. It could be called an "unofficial easement"; there is no written easement granted, the asking price reflects this status. The home is in tear down condition! Sewer is connected and overhead electricity exists to the property. This is a square 50' x 100' level, fee simple lot near Wahiawa's central park. This property is recorded in the land court. Land court property should not be landlocked; you can take on this issue at this low low price.
The MLS properties are based on information from the Multiple Listing Service of Hicentral MLS, Ltd. Listings last updated on December 08, 2021. Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
Owning a Wahiawa home is a dream come true for those who have their heart set on a vintage plantation home. Famous as the site of the first Dole farmlands, this is a place steeped in the agricultural era of Hawaii's history. For that reason you still regularly find enchanting homes from the 1930's to 50's on the market that look like an old picture postcard come to life.

North of Mililani, Wahiawa is in the center of Oahu, cradled between the peaks of two different mountain ranges. The town is also uniquely surrounded on 3 sides by the fresh waters of Lake Wilson, one of the reasons it was a prime location for the Dole company's operations for so long.

Just up the road from your hometown is the world-renowned North Shore, with all of its beaches and surfing spots waiting for you whenever free time arrives. It's close enough for even a shave ice run!

Although the lands in Wahiawa no longer hold the fields of pineapple and other crops, the local economy has r  ....click here to read more
 
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