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927 Hahaione Street
$1,499,000 - Sunday Open House 6 Bd | 5 Ba | 3,550 sf
Land: 6,600 sf
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856 Kii Street
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856 Kii Street
$1,248,000 3 Bd | 3 Ba | 1,998 sf
Land: 6,108 sf
Year Remodeled: 2014
845 Waika Place
$2,200,000 5 Bd | 3.5 Ba | 3,367 sf
Land: 16,592 sf
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975 Uwao Street
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975 Uwao Street
$1,285,000 - Sunday Open House 4 Bd | 3 Ba | 1,804 sf
Land: 7,879 sf
Ocean view
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Hahaione homes is located in a valley, which is actually the first of Hawaii Kai's valleys if you're coming from town side. For real estate purposes Hahaione is divided into two neighborhoods, reflecting not just their proximity to the coastline, but other factors that make each distinct.

The valley officially starts just beyond the marina's northern end, behind Hawaii Kai Dr. Past that line you enter the area with Lower Hahaione homes, the older of the two communities. Built primarily in the 1970's, there are about 320 homes total here. This section of the valley does have some high-rises interspersed, but those are mainly on the sides along the ridges, so they don't block your sightlines. This openness is accentuated by the wide streets throughout, as well as the fact that there's a good amount of room between the houses. That means not just breathing room and privacy, it also provides the space for the lawns and yards that almost every residence has here. This is your chance to have a garden, a place to watch the kids play or keep the dog happy and occupied.

Go past the Hahaione Neighborhood Park and you're now by the Upper Hahaione homes. You'll notice the residences are purely houses back here. They're also a little more recent, having been built later in the 1970's and 80's. Not only that, the lots, on average, are larger than their Lower counterparts. Upper doesn't refer just to its depth in the valley, either.

Many properties sit up higher up than the land makai, producing views that can go straight out of the valley and on to the ocean! From your windows, or your lanai, you can drink in this deep vista, in the serenity of the mountains' emerald embrace. You also get more rain than the areas nearer the ocean, keeping the greenery flourishing and the temperatures cooler all year round.

Both Upper and Lower are in-demand neighborhoods, a result of their numerous parks, the wide, safe streets, friendly residents and the roomy dimensions. Not to mention the shopping and dining scattered throughout Hawaii Kai, all in easy driving distance. Once you're back here, you'll realize there's a lot more to why people love this district than just the marina.

Neighborhoods with homes similar to those in Hahaione include: Kalama Valley, Mariners Ridge & Mariners Valley. Also see all Hawaii Kai homes for sale.
  • Hahaione Houses - Trends & Statistics

  • The price range of houses for sale in Hahaione is $1.24M to $2.2M with a median price of $1.39M, median interior of 2,682sf and median land size of 7,239sf.
  • The median price of houses sold in Hahaione year-to-date (Jan - Sep 22, 2017) is $980K. In previous years it was $965K (2016), $948K (2015), $999K (2014), $985K (2013), $860K (2012), $796K (2011), $849K (2010), $786K (2009), $804K (2008), $861K (2007), $795K (2006), $837K (2005), $685K (2004), $565K (2003).
  • 3 houses have sold in Hahaione year-to-date (Jan - Sep 22, 2017). In previous years, the total number of houses sold were 14 (2016), 13 (2015), 15 (2014), 11 (2013), 13 (2012), 10 (2011), 9 (2010), 9 (2009), 16 (2008), 18 (2007), 17 (2006), 18 (2005), 16 (2004), 24 (2003).
  • On average Hahaione houses were on the market for 94 days before they were sold (Jan - Sep 22, 2017). In previous years it was 90 days (2016), 61 days (2015), 105 days (2014), 68 days (2013), 89 days (2012), 56 days (2011), 40 days (2010), 24 days (2009), 83 days (2008), 76 days (2007), 56 days (2006), 49 days (2005), 25 days (2004), 47 days (2003).
  • The total dollar volume of houses currently for sale in Hahaione is $6.23M and the sold dollar volume year-to-date (Jan - Sep 22, 2017) is $2.93M. In previous years sold dollar volume was $13.61M (2016), $12.84M (2015), $15.63M (2014), $11.66M (2013), $12.32M (2012), $8.17M (2011), $7.74M (2010), $7.21M (2009), $13M (2008), $16.11M (2007), $13.99M (2006), $15.32M (2005), $11.3M (2004), $13.62M (2003).
  • The most recent sale in Hahaione was a house located at 903 Puuomao Place, sold for $980K on Sep 05, 2017. It had 1242sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: 6732 Hahaione Place (3,461sf) sold for $1.02M on 4/7/2017. 743 Ainapo Street (1,812sf) sold for $930K on 2/17/2017. 644 Ainapo Street (1,588sf) sold for $860K on 12/19/2016. 864 Nana Honua Street (1,664sf) sold for $972K on 11/25/2016. 989 Hahaione Street (2,392sf) sold for $1.15M on 11/16/2016. 968 Uwao Street (1,562sf) sold for $930K on 11/3/2016. 906 Puuomao Place (2,040sf) sold for $965K on 10/20/2016. 882 KAHENA Street (1,907sf) sold for $965K on 10/18/2016. 786 Ainapo Street (2,784sf) sold for $1.17M on 10/13/2016.
  • 3 of the houses have ocean views and 4 have mountain views.