The Kalaheo Hillside neighborhood is easily located, its western edge coinciding with the end of well-known Kapaa Quarry Rd. Turn right on Mokapu Blvd from there and you'll drive through the heart of this district, reaching the eastern limit at the Aikahi Shopping Center.
Families like the fact that you live within the Aikahi school district, one many hold to be among the best on Oahu. The beach isn't far away either and, as you'll see, there are other water features that bring something special to residences here.
Kalaheo Hillside Houses – From Waterfront to Elevated Views The homes in Kalaheo Hillside span the last 6 decades, with the ranch homes of the 50's and 60's that first established this community sitting beside those built up into the current day.
This is a place known for the occasional property that needs some TLC from a new owner, not surprising for structures that are 50 to 60 years old. These sales have provided handy buyers with some upfront savings and a personal project. Others have used these situations as a blank canvas for a putting up their dream residence in an already great community.
Despite being back from the coastline, some houses on the Kailua Town side of Mokapu Blvd sit right on the Oneawa Channel on its way to the Pacific, bringing a tropical canal scene right on your backyard. It's a unique sight, with kayakers sometimes going slowly by to add to it.
The north side of Mokapu Blvd is where the neighborhood earns its name, the houses getting progressively higher up the hill. Some toward the top can see all the way out to the ocean, views that can cause a lot of envy when guests come by.
All the lots give you good sizes to work with, spanning mostly from 8,000 to 12,000 sq ft. Space that give you room for renovations and add-ons if desired. Or just retain the beauty of open space around your abode.
Kalaheo Hillside's homes for sale have lately gone at levels of $800K to $1.2M, not unusual for this side of Kailua overall. The appeal of this side has grown for those looking to be away from where visitors arrive each day on the tour buses and in rental cars.
Safe from the tourist traffic of Kailua Town, you've got a quiet corner where locals truly live at the Hawaii pace. That's not a small part of the appeal to Kalaheo Hillside and what it brings to your day – every day.
The price range of houses for sale in Kalaheo Hillside is $1.08M to $1.59M with a median price of $1.34M, median interior of 1,981sf and median land size of 10,597sf.
The median price of houses sold in Kalaheo Hillside year-to-date (Jan - Sep 20, 2017) is $1.2M. In previous years it was $925K (2016), $881K (2015), $856K (2014), $858K (2013), $834K (2012), $750K (2011), $761K (2010), $772K (2009), $735K (2008), $804K (2007), $940K (2006), $797K (2005), $644K (2004), $530K (2003).
7 houses have sold in Kalaheo Hillside year-to-date (Jan - Sep 20, 2017). In previous years, the total number of houses sold were 13 (2016), 10 (2015), 12 (2014), 14 (2013), 14 (2012), 11 (2011), 18 (2010), 14 (2009), 10 (2008), 19 (2007), 11 (2006), 14 (2005), 24 (2004), 23 (2003).
On average Kalaheo Hillside houses were on the market for 31 days before they were sold (Jan - Sep 20, 2017). In previous years it was 103 days (2016), 96 days (2015), 60 days (2014), 55 days (2013), 66 days (2012), 50 days (2011), 53 days (2010), 54 days (2009), 85 days (2008), 46 days (2007), 50 days (2006), 28 days (2005), 27 days (2004), 39 days (2003).
The total dollar volume of houses currently for sale in Kalaheo Hillside is $2.68M and the sold dollar volume year-to-date (Jan - Sep 20, 2017) is $8.88M. In previous years sold dollar volume was $13.92M (2016), $8.9M (2015), $11.05M (2014), $11.78M (2013), $12.65M (2012), $8.23M (2011), $13.95M (2010), $11.03M (2009), $7.41M (2008), $14.37M (2007), $10.28M (2006), $11.27M (2005), $15.1M (2004), $11.94M (2003).
The most recent sale in Kalaheo Hillside was a house located at 360 Iliaina Street, sold for $1.36M on Jul 14, 2017. It had 1948sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: 433 Iliwahi Loop (1,400sf) sold for $1.06M on 7/14/2017. 1022 Mokapu Boulevard (1,839sf) sold for $1.08M on 7/5/2017. 653 Iliaina Street (1,954sf) sold for $1.2M on 5/26/2017. 431 Iliaina Street (3,855sf) sold for $1.53M on 4/28/2017. 425 Iliwahi Loop (1,847sf) sold for $1.19M on 4/26/2017. 535 Iliaina Street (2,884sf) sold for $1.45M on 3/24/2017. 311 Iliwahi Loop (3,659sf) sold for $1.87M on 12/1/2016. (1,272sf) sold for $818K on 9/30/2016. 321 Ilihau Street (1,373sf) sold for $1.2M on 8/12/2016.