13 Salt Lake & Moanalua Homes for Sale

1998 Ala Mahamoe Place
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Just listed
$1,050,000
1998 Ala Mahamoe Place
4 Bd | 3.5 Ba |  2,487 sf
3365 Likini Street
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Just listed
$725,000
3365 Likini Street
3 Bd | 1 Ba |  1,302 sf
2151 Ala Mahamoe Street
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Just listed
$935,000
2151 Ala Mahamoe Street
3 Bd | 2 Ba |  1,080 sf
1432 Ala Leie Place
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$1,748,500
1432 Ala Leie Place
4 Bd | 6.5 Ba |  3,296 sf
Year Remodeled: 2010
3361 likini Street
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Escrow
$698,000
3361 likini Street
2 Bd | 1 Ba |  1,132 sf
3364 Ala Laulani Street
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Escrow
$1,150,000
3364 Ala Laulani Street
5 Bd | 2.5 Ba |  2,808 sf
4335 Keaka Drive
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Escrow
$650,000
4335 Keaka Drive
3 Bd | 1 Ba |  1,470 sf
1002 Wanaka Street
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$1,100,000
1002 Wanaka Street
11 Bd | 6 Ba |  1,296 sf
1518 Ala Lani Street
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$998,000
1518 Ala Lani Street
5 Bd | 3 Ba |  2,364 sf
Ocean view
1510 Haku Street
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Escrow
$1,050,000
1510 Haku Street
4 Bd | 2 Ba |  1,616 sf
955 Ala Kapua Street
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$1,075,000
955 Ala Kapua Street
4 Bd | 3 Ba |  1,852 sf
Year Remodeled: 2016
1193 Ala Napunani Street
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$1,375,000
1193 Ala Napunani Street
8 Bd | 3.5 Ba |  2,216 sf
1209 Wanaka Street
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Escrow
$840,000
1209 Wanaka Street
6 Bd | 4 Ba |  2,500 sf
Ocean view

Days on Market Before Sold

15
days year-to-date
(17 days year 2017)

Sold Price vs. List price

78.5%
year-to-date
(97.9% year 2017)

Number of Homes Sold

3
year-to-date
(50 year 2017)
Leasehold excluded - why ?
Median not Average - why ?
Both Moanalua & Salt Lake were originally included in the ahupua'a, or land division passed down from Princess Bernice Puahi Bishop to Samuel Damon in the late 1800's. Most of it was then sold by the Damon family in 1956 to developers, most significantly businessman Clarence T. Ching.

Ching divided the property into lots, which owners could build on as they wished. That's why there are so many unique houses, reflecting the tastes of individual owners. Those aren't the only differences that exist in the trio of neighborhoods that make up this area, which is why it's best to look at them individually.

Moanalua Gardens
Much of the Moanalua Gardens homes are up the hillside, giving them expansive views that extend out even to the ocean as well as the city lights each evening.

This is a tight-knit community with numerous families who've lived here for years, some of them the original owners.

Another attraction is the lots tend to be larger here, with the kind of room that you don't often get in Oahu real estate. With these advantages, it's understandable that Moanalua Gardens homes are generally the most expensive of the 3 areas.

Moanalua Valley
Moanalua Valley residents enjoy broad avenues and green lawns, making it a very inviting place to live. The attractive mix of houses is another crucial point that has kept prices up consistently. You can find many from the initial build up of the 1960's that are delightfully eye-catching in their stylishness and retro charm.

The Valley also has its share of long-time residents who've been here for years, or even generations. Soothingly calm, it's conveniently close to the highway, yet removed enough that you forget that it, and the surrounding modern hum, is even there.

Salt Lake
Salt Lake shares Moanalua's crazy quilt element of homes in different sizes and shapes. Most Salt Lake houses sit very close together, with few real yards or outdoor space around them.

The Foster Village community is an exception, offering some larger lots with lawns, at least in some cases. Overall, Salt Lake is a definite step toward the urban environment from Moanalua's suburban atmosphere.

All 3 of these residential areas are in demand consistently for not only their unique houses, but also the quality schools and many conveniences. Shopping is nearby, with Pearlridge just up the road. Commuting is easy due to the highway's presence nearby. For the many who work at Pearl Harbor or Hickam, both are mere minutes away. Combined, this makes for a great place to call your home. Now you just need to figure out which of the three fits you best.

Homes close by the Salt Lake neighborhood include: Aiea & Pearl City.
Recent Homes Sold in Salt Lake/Moanalua