192 Diamond Head Region Homes for Sale

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630 Ahakea Street
$2,850,000 4 Bd | 4 Ba | 2,551 sf
Land: 12,926 sf
Just listed
926 Kealaolu Avenue
$5,895,000 5 Bd | 7 Ba | 7,024 sf
Land: 11,250 sf
Just listed
4502 Kolohala Street
$1,799,000 3 Bd | 2 Ba | 2,008 sf
Land: 10,297 sf
Just listed
5846 Kalanianaole Highway
$1,750,000 7 Bd | 6.5 Ba | 3,580 sf
Land: 10,313 sf
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3411 Kepuhi Street
$1,590,000 5 Bd | 3 Ba | 2,276 sf
Land: 2,937 sf
Just listed
4767B Kahala Avenue
$16,270,000 3 Bd | 3 Ba | 1,742 sf
Land: 1.23 acre
Just listed
Kapahulu House (undisclosed address)
$760,000 3 Bd | 1 Ba | 894 sf
Land: 2,475 sf
Just listed
1486 Ahuawa Loop
$1,000,000 3 Bd | 2.5 Ba | 1,308 sf
Land: 12,620 sf
Just listed
3214 Esther Street
$1,150,000 4 Bd | 2 Ba | 1,412 sf
Land: 4,800 sf
Just listed
5430 Oio Drive
$1,495,000 3 Bd | 2 Ba | 1,720 sf
Land: 10,560 sf
Year Remodeled: 2017
1594 Hoaaina Street
$2,488,000 4 Bd | 3 Ba | 2,946 sf
Land: 9,168 sf
Ocean view
1038 Hunakai Street
$1,895,000 4 Bd | 3 Ba | 3,128 sf
Land: 7,683 sf
Year Remodeled: 2011
5216 & 5218 Hao Place
$1,395,000 6 Bd | 6 Ba | 4,134 sf
Land: 8,395 sf
Ocean view
1117A 15th Avenue
$949,000 3 Bd | 2 Ba | 1,584 sf
Land: 5,760 sf
1796 Laukahi Street
$1,768,000 4 Bd | 3.5 Ba | 2,582 sf
Land: 8,576 sf
Ocean view
    When you hear the words 'Diamond Head homes', it's natural to immediately think of large and very exclusive oceanfront mansions sitting under the the iconic volcanic cone. Those are the houses that get the profiles in upscale magazines and tv shows that focus on the Other Half. The Diamond Head real estate region, though, takes in a lot more and there's a lot of variety that spans the market.

    You should understand that, in real estate, the Diamond Head district takes in a few neighborhoods, stretching from its western borders of Kapahulu and Kaimuki, out to its eastern end that stops at Kuliouou and Paigo Lagoon. You'd be in good company if you didn't realize that the smaller homes sitting behind Diamond Head are just as much a part of this same overall district as Doris Duke's Shangri-La.

    It all starts with those homes in the Kapahulu & Kaimuki districts, many of which are of the classic, wooden Plantation Style, Dickey roof and all. Intermingled you will find newer and, in some cases, architecturally very different houses. This wide variety of styles is because these are long established neighborhoods, rather than the result of planning or a developer's vision. It's a wonderful patchwork that sometimes find the homes almost cheek-to-cheek in many areas.

    Above these, literally, are neighborhoods such as Wilhelmina Rise and St. Louis Heights where your outlook can be magnificent, taking in a huge sweep of Honolulu and even the ocean. The words 'Rise' and 'Heights' are very appropriate for the way these residences stretch far up the hills. A large percentage of them are still here from the original build up during the 1950's and 60's, along with some more recent additions. These are great places to settle for those who don't mind, or even prefer, a high perch to live on and take it all in.

    Heading immediately east from Kaimuki takes you right into Kahala, a name immediately recognized, not only in the Islands but around the world. It's become almost a cliché to call it the Beverly Hills of Honolulu, but it's also accurate. From the design and look alone, many of the houses here probably do have counterparts back in California. The apex of the market are the homes found on Kahala Avenue, right on some of the most desirable coastline in Hawaii. They will be hard to see, though, behind the large gates and walls that front most of the properties.

    Gates and walls continue to be a prevalent feature on the makai side of Kalanianaole Hwy as you continue east through Wailupe, Aina Haina Beach and oceanfront Niu Beach. Just as Kaimuki had its 2 neighborhoods looking over it, Wailupe has Waiale Iki and Hawaii Loa Ridge. Their high positioned homes are also higher in price and desirability, a product of the development boom in the 1980's that saw larger houses built in coveted climes like these. After seeing the views from here of the Pacific and the Honolulu city scape, you'll immediately understand why.

    Back on street level, you'll come next to Aina Haina, famous for its low-rise ranch style homes as is Niu Valley, its neighbor. The latter is especially beautiful with the smaller vertical footprint of the homes giving you a Big Sky feeling with the backdrop of the awesome Koolaus. These are also products of the post-World War II construction surge and many families are the same ones who bought originally, as are the houses themselves, of course.

    Overall, this is probably the highest cost real estate district in Hawaii. You can still find reasonable prices, for the Islands, in some Diamond Head region homes for sale, but this is always an in-demand area. Plenty of shopping, generally good schools and beautiful scenery, though it often leans to being very urban. Factor in places like the Gold Coast, Kahala and Black Point within its borders and that takes the price tags up into the stratosphere. It's a case of a lot of demand and not enough supply, but how many who live here have ever regretted the purchase? Let's face it. Not very many.
    • Diamond Head Region Houses - Trends & Statistics

    • The price range of houses for sale in Diamond Head Region is $595K to $22M with a median price of $1.99M, median interior of 2,946sf and median land size of 10,161sf.
    • The median price of houses sold in Diamond Head Region year-to-date (2017) is $1.23M. In previous years it was $1.12M (2016), $1.01M (2015), $1.09M (2014), $950K (2013), $885K (2012), $889K (2011), $949K (2010), $890K (2009), $935K (2008), $1M (2007), $912K (2006), $900K (2005), $745K (2004), $639K (2003).
    • 380 houses have sold in Diamond Head Region year-to-date (2017). In previous years, the total number of houses sold were 391 (2016), 396 (2015), 380 (2014), 409 (2013), 452 (2012), 384 (2011), 361 (2010), 316 (2009), 331 (2008), 414 (2007), 448 (2006), 553 (2005), 587 (2004), 526 (2003).
    • On average Diamond Head Region houses were on the market for 60 days before they were sold (2017). In previous years it was 97 days (2016), 92 days (2015), 87 days (2014), 66 days (2013), 64 days (2012), 68 days (2011), 61 days (2010), 81 days (2009), 74 days (2008), 71 days (2007), 72 days (2006), 60 days (2005), 56 days (2004), 78 days (2003).
    • The average days on market for Diamond Head Region houses before sold were 63 days November 2017 compared to 98 days November 2016.
    • The ratio of Diamond Head Region houses sales price vs list price were 97.2% November 2017 compared to 99.1% November 2016.
    • 30 Diamond Head Region houses were sold November 2017 compared to 35 houses sold November 2016.
    • The total dollar volume of houses currently for sale in Diamond Head Region is $619.09M and the sold dollar volume year-to-date (2017) is $608.08M. In previous years sold dollar volume was $574.63M (2016), $570.65M (2015), $583.04M (2014), $560.93M (2013), $570.89M (2012), $476.74M (2011), $474.09M (2010), $381.32M (2009), $480.93M (2008), $586.47M (2007), $605.14M (2006), $717.39M (2005), $650.57M (2004), $459.35M (2003).
    • The most recent sale in Diamond Head Region was a house located at 804 Kainoa Place, sold for $1.17M on Dec 08, 2017. It had 2324sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: 644 Kahiau Loop (3,776sf) sold for $2M on 12/8/2017. 805 Luawai Street (1,490sf) sold for $1.1M on 12/8/2017. 3107 Hinano Street (2,152sf) sold for $1.17M on 12/8/2017. 1452 Ohialoke Street (3,160sf) sold for $1.63M on 12/6/2017. 3017 Hollinger Street (1,516sf) sold for $960K on 12/4/2017. 1125 8th Avenue (1,230sf) sold for $775K on 12/4/2017. 875 Ikena Circle (4,445sf) sold for $2.85M on 11/30/2017. 2072 Meakanu Place (2,776sf) sold for $1.31M on 11/30/2017. 3041 Makini Street (1,541sf) sold for $1.39M on 11/30/2017.
    • 111 of the houses have ocean views, 82 have Diamond Head views and 106 have mountain views.