The duo of Kaaawa and Hauula go together very well, two oceanside neighborhoods that have much to offer, sharing an unspoilt stretch of coastline that is off the tourists' radar and a setting where a dog's distant barking is the loudest thing you'll hear at night, outside of the surf coming in, of course.
That sounds very intriguing, but how do the homes measure up? Come with us up the Windward Side and find out. KAAAWA
Kaawa is the smaller, and the southernmost, of the two towns, with just under 1,100 residents currently. This is generally considered part of the North Shore, not just because of its location high on the east side, but also the lifestyle and undeveloped environment of this community.
Despite the homes' coming from a wide range of years, from the 1920s to present day, they mainly fall into that North Shore style. Wood framed houses with white trimmed windows, often raised off the ground. It's a style linked with the beachside life and that ....click here to read more