1,763 Oahu Homes for Sale

Just listed
$857,000
1151 Mona Street
3 Bd | 1.5 Ba |  1,092 sf
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Just listed
$818,000
92-116 Aweuweu Place
4 Bd | 3 Ba |  1,953 sf
Just listed
$730,000
84-575 Kili Drive
4 Bd | 2.5 Ba |  2,096 sf
Just listed
$575,000
91-2198 Kanela Street
3 Bd | 2.5 Ba |  1,538 sf
Just listed
$1,850,000
539 Maono Loop
3 Bd | 2.5 Ba |  2,780 sf
Just listed
$1,550,000
1253 EKAHA Avenue
6 Bd | 5 Ba |  3,381 sf
Just listed
$1,450,000
51-269 Kekio Road
6 Bd | 4 Ba |  3,000 sf
Sun Open House 2-5pm
Just listed
$949,888
95-1004 Kuhea Street
4 Bd | 2.5 Ba |  2,314 sf
Sun Open House 1:30-5:30pm
Just listed
$865,000
1927 Hoomalolo Street
3 Bd | 1.5 Ba |  1,548 sf
Sun Open House 2-6pm
Wed Open House 9pm-11am
Just listed
$838,888
3066 Papali Street
4 Bd | 3 Ba |  1,789 sf
Just listed
$826,500
91-1046 Waipaa Street
4 Bd | 3 Ba |  1,922 sf
Just listed
$800,000
1082 Ilima Drive
3 Bd | 2 Ba |  1,176 sf
Just listed
$780,000
91-1131 Olowa Street
4 Bd | 3 Ba |  1,776 sf
Just listed
$735,000
91-226 Namahoe Place
3 Bd | 2.5 Ba |  1,330 sf
Just listed
$730,000
94-1018 Halehau Street
3 Bd | 2 Ba |  1,254 sf
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Oahu Home Overview
Note: this page displays Oahu homes for sale - the entire island. If you are interested in Honolulu city only, then visit our Honolulu homes for sale page.

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About Oahu Homes
It is a broad subject to discuss Oahu homes, as the houses, and neighborhoods that contain them, are extremely diverse.

The vast differences come from a combination of factors: The age of the neighborhoods - some going back to the Plantation Era of the early 20th Century or before - the developers behind the neighborhoods, the culture and traditions of the people in the neighborhoods etc.

Oahu homes for sale range in price from about $500,000 for a small fixer-upper home in Kalihi, Wahiawa or Old Ewa Beach to about $20,000,000 for the most incredible large-scale oceanfront homes in Kahala, Kailua Beachside or North Shore’s Kawailoa.

Despite the fact that close to 40% of Oahu’s population lives in Honolulu, only about 25% of all single-family homes on Oahu are located in Honolulu. Reason being there is a large number of condos in Honolulu.

In the following we will review some major regions and cities, which may be a good starting to understand what Oahu’s single-family housing market has to offer.

Honolulu
The real estate in Honolulu is diverse and come with many options for homebuyers. Single-family homes include picturesque wooden plantation homes in rainy Manoa, gated luxury estate sized homes on Hawaii Loa Ridge, modern mansions in Kahala, homes in a rainforest setting in Tantalus, marina front homes in Hawaii Kai, upscale golf course homes in Kai Nani & much more.

The diversity of Honolulu’s single-family home neighborhoods is rather incredible and offers something for most who can accept the high price tag most quality homes for sale in Honolulu come with.

Though new homes are frequently being built, new Honolulu home neighborhood developments finished in the 1980’s - there simply isn’t land available to develop new neighborhoods for single-family homes in Honolulu and developments of single-family home neighborhoods have therefore moved to other areas on Oahu.

Kailua
Cross the Pali Highway from Downtown Honolulu and you get to Kailua - a charming coastal town, home to some of Oahu’s most beautiful beaches (Lanikai Beach and Kailua Beach Park).

About 70% of Kailua’s real estate is single-family homes and the condos are predominantly low-rise structures (3 stories or less) and it appears far-fetched any new high-rise condos will be developed for many years to come, if ever!

This is a laid-back beach community with several neighborhoods being home to a large number of charming well-kept homes. On top of the list are the homes in Lanikai and Beachside - probably the best known neighborhoods in Kailua. You will find the most exclusive and expensive beachfront homes in these 2 neighborhoods with a number of homes in the $10,000,000 to $20,000,000 category.

Kaneohe
Next door to Kailua and immediately to the North is Kaneohe. It is the urban center of Oahu's Windward Side and certainly busier than Kailua. Kaneohe is reminiscent of old Hawaii throughout most neighborhoods.

Homes in Kaneohe vary greatly in style and price point across the different neighborhoods, with some of the more spectacular waterfront homes - directly on Kaneohe Bay - located in Mahinui and Lilipuna. Another incredible neighborhood in Kaneohe is gated Haiku Plantation, located at the base of the Koolau Mountain range, away from the ocean, with all homes on 1+ acre lots, with a feel of country living.

The more expensive homes for sale in Kaneohe are typically in the $2,000,000 to $3,000,000 range with a home, on rare occasion, selling in excess of $3,000,000.

North Shore
Oahu’s ultimate country style living with big wave surfing taking place across multiple beaches in the winter season. Haleiwa is the best known town on the North Shore and the charming Haleiwa Town is a major tourist destination, packed with casual restaurants and a large mix of shops (art galleries, clothing stores, souvenir shops etc).

There is an abundance of stunning homes on the North Shore and some of Oahu’s most amazing oceanfront neighborhoods are located here, including Kawailoa, Sunset and Waimea and also home to Oahu’s ultimate county like neighborhood - Pupukea - located high above the Sunset neighborhood.

North Shore life, for decades, has been built on living outside the typical conveniences and comforts, where nature lives unchecked and really is a place for those who appreciate the outdoor and don’t expect access to a lot of the modern day city conveniences.

Kapolei
More than a growing area, Kapolei is like a new town taking shape right now. Several new subdivisions have opened in recent years and so much more residential real estate development plans in the works. The town has the largest shopping centers on the Leeward Side, a UH branch and the beginning of the new rail system.

Kapolei homes is an affordable alternative to Honolulu and homes for sale in Kapolei typically range in price from about $500,000 to $1,000,000 with a few large golf course homes in the $1,000,000 to $1,300,000 range.

Ewa Beach
There was a large build-up of Ewa Beach homes in the 1980’s and 90’s and more neighborhoods have been added since that first surge and it still hasn't ended. Known to be a more affordable alternative to Honolulu, Ewa Beach has in recent years added some more luxurious subdivisions with several homes in the $1,000,000 to $1,300,000 range, including Ka Makana at Hoakalei and Cypress Point by Gentry.

Ewa Beach real estate is, however, a very diverse topic with lots of distinctively different neighborhoods, including the older Ewa Beach by the ocean, new developments in Ocean Pointe and Hoakalei, the various Ewa Gentry neighborhoods etc.

Makakilo
Separated from Kapolei by the highway, though part of the Kapolei zip code, Makakilo is a hillside community, with the kind of views you'd expect from an elevated vantage point overlooking the flat lands below. Ocean vistas are common here, though they can be a bit distant.

The key to Makakilo homes is that the first ones were built at the bottom in the 1960's, then progressively up the hill over time. That has produced a variety of home types as the conveniences and trends of each era is represented, but never to its extreme. That includes the current time, with DR Horton recently finishing a subdivision that mixed houses 3 to 5 bedrooms. Like the rest of the Ewa district, Makakilo can often deliver more space, inside and out, than Eastern Oahu homes.

Aiea & Pearl City
Aiea and Pearl City homes are mainly found on the hills, often providing them an outlook over such notable sights like Pearl Harbor. Both Aiea and Pearl City first saw real development in the 1950's during the population surge in the wake of World War II. Many of those wooden 1 or 2 story homes remain, providing a local retro charm that many love.

The neighborhoods, in the same way, perpetuate that age, with everyone knowing each other, sometimes for decades. 

The 2 towns have followed the pattern of continued growth and build-up to this day. Go further up in hills above Pearlridge, for instance, and you'll find numerous houses that you'll certainly recognize as more recent creations. Pearl City has especially added on more subdivisions due to its larger footprint.
Most homes in these towns are typically priced from about $500,000 for a home that needs significant work to about $1,300,000 for a nicely remodel large home.

Mililani
Mililani Town homes famously welcomed their first occupants in 1969, but the project wasn't fully completed until 40 years later. Locals loved the larger lots, with yards, and the suburban feel with green spaces throughout. Over the years some different elements came in, such as townhome communities, but the basic feel was untouched. All the essentials are there in Mililani Town, including 2 major shopping center with resources like Wal-Mart and Costco.

On the opposite side of the H-2 is Mililani Mauka homes - the first homes completed in 1991. Unlike Mililani Town, there's no shopping centers, just a small strip anchored by a Starbucks. It shares the same generosity in lot sizes, some topping out at 10,000 sq ft. The standard home are of more recent vintage and also a little higher priced than comparable properties across the highway in its older counterpart. What it does share, though, is fresh air and an active lifestyle that unites the residents here.

A Final Note
This has been a brief overview of some major areas for single-family homes on Oahu. Please keep in mind, there are a wide variety of homes on Oahu across many neighborhoods not covered in this overview.

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$599,000
91-1008 Hooilo Place
3 Bd | 2 |  976 sf
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$875,000
1451 Kaweloka Street
4 Bd | 2 |  1,900 sf
Year Remodeled: 2018
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$870,000
2063 Kilakila Drive
5 Bd | 3.5Ba |  2,048 sf
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$560,000
87-1017 Anaha Street
3 Bd | 2 |  1,331 sf
Built: 2007
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$720,000
98-132 Kaluamoi Place
3 Bd | 2.5Ba |  1,476 sf
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$1,257,500
520 Lunalilo Home Road
4 Bd | 3 |  2,178 sf
Sold8/16/'18
$1,290,000
971 Hahaione Street
4 Bd | 3 |  2,484 sf
Ocean view
Sold8/16/'18
$850,000
94-212 Polapola Place
3 Bd | 2 |  1,912 sf
Year Remodeled: 2014
Sold8/16/'18
$802,500
94-179 Hokulele Place
4 Bd | 2.5Ba |  1,584 sf
Year Remodeled: 2015
Sold8/16/'18
$799,000
98-1810D Kaahumanu Street
4 Bd | 3 |  1,669 sf
Sold8/16/'18
$1,725,000
1806 Kumakani Place
4 Bd | 3 |  2,722 sf
Ocean view
Sold8/16/'18
$865,000
152 Kihapai Street
3 Bd | 2.5Ba |  1,390 sf
Year Remodeled: 2014
Sold8/16/'18
$1,255,000
1118 Kaluanui Road
4 Bd | 3 |  2,587 sf
Ocean view
Sold8/16/'18
$605,000
91-514 Makalea Street
3 Bd | 2.5Ba |  1,320 sf
Sold8/16/'18
$810,000
240 Kihapai Street
4 Bd | 2 |  1,300 sf
Sold8/16/'18
$680,000
92-380 Akaula Street
3 Bd | 2 |  1,212 sf
Ocean view
Sold8/16/'18
$908,000
91-1032 Kaimoana Street
5 Bd | 3 |  2,852 sf
Ocean view
Sold8/16/'18
$690,000
94-323 Ikepono Place
3 Bd | 1 |  912 sf
Sold8/16/'18
$585,000
91-2039 Luahoana Street
3 Bd | 2.5Ba |  1,317 sf
Sold8/16/'18
$1,030,000
447 Wyllie Street
4 Bd | 2 |  1,849 sf