About Kawailoa There's always one area that is acknowledged as the peak of luxury living. In Honolulu, it is Kahala. On the North Shore it is undeniably Kawailoa.
Taking in the area roughly between Haleiwa and Waimea, its special status only starts with the fact that roughly 50% are oceanfront properties, right on the front row of world class wave watching. No matter where you live in Kawailoa, however, the beach is a few steps away. So close you can probably walk there barefoot.
Like much of the real estate on the North Shore these houses come from a number of different decades, dating back to the 1930's on up to the present. What you can count on is that the more recent homes are usually much larger, built for current luxury tastes that expect those bigger interiors.
KAWAILOA HOMES – THE DATES TELL YOU A LOT Those built in the 20th Century will mostly top out at 2,000 sq ft, with a few exceptions. In fact some listings for residences of that vintage will have large dimensions, but you'll find they're combined from 2 or even 3 structures on the property.
Those from 2000 and after can also be sized in the 1,000 to 2,000 sq ft range, but those are the addresses on Kamehameha Hwy. Head into the interior roads on the ocean size, though. and your range goes up significantly. From a low of 2,300, the sky is the limit, with at least one topping out at over 11,000 sq ft.
Lots can be equally varied, some as low as 2,600, with the larger luxury oceanfront homes going up to an acre of land. There really is no average, just the expectation that any size property in this neighborhood will fetch a good price – and do so quickly.
DREAM HOMES FOR THE SURF LOVER With Waimea Bay just up the highway and Haleiwa equally close in the other direction, you're in the prime position to enjoy the North Shore's two great pleasures of surf and dining. Best of all, some of the most famous breaks on this coast are directly off the beach in Kawailoa. So your stroll to watch the storied swells is a quick one, maybe even just out to your lanai.
One other thing to know is that one street has the kind of cachet that gives its residents a certain status, so luxurious are the properties on it. As locals can tell you, that is Papailoa Road, a name that raises the interest, and the price tag just by association.
When you come to Kawailoa, bring a checkbook and an ability to make quick decisions. Living here is a privilege few attain, so the opportunities, when they do arise, must be seized. Are you ready?
The price range of houses for sale in Kawailoa North Shore is $1.79M to $14.95M with a median price of $2.89M, median interior of 3,155sf and median land size of 8,851sf.
The median price of houses sold in Kawailoa North Shore year-to-date (Jan - Oct 23, 2017) is $1.4M. In previous years it was $2.1M (2016), $785K (2015), $1.08M (2014), $1.45M (2013), $1.02M (2012), $1.01M (2011), $910K (2010), $3.42M (2009), $2.07M (2008), $3M (2007), $2.6M (2006), $1.29M (2005), $1.9M (2004), $800K (2003).
3 houses have sold in Kawailoa North Shore year-to-date (Jan - Oct 23, 2017). In previous years, the total number of houses sold were 5 (2016), 3 (2015), 8 (2014), 5 (2013), 7 (2012), 5 (2011), 4 (2010), 2 (2009), 3 (2008), 2 (2007), 5 (2006), 7 (2005), 9 (2004), 7 (2003).
On average Kawailoa North Shore houses were on the market for 71 days before they were sold (Jan - Oct 23, 2017). In previous years it was 169 days (2016), 134 days (2015), 157 days (2014), 106 days (2013), 133 days (2012), 88 days (2011), 118 days (2010), 153 days (2009), 88 days (2008), 272 days (2007), 35 days (2006), 112 days (2005), 80 days (2004), 64 days (2003).
The average days on market for Kawailoa North Shore houses before sold were 78 days September 2017.
The ratio of Kawailoa North Shore houses sales price vs list price were 96.6% September 2017
1 Kawailoa North Shore house was sold September 2017
The total dollar volume of houses currently for sale in Kawailoa North Shore is $40.9M and the sold dollar volume year-to-date (Jan - Oct 23, 2017) is $10.2M. In previous years sold dollar volume was $10.48M (2016), $2.86M (2015), $9.78M (2014), $7.88M (2013), $10.28M (2012), $6.79M (2011), $4.64M (2010), $6.84M (2009), $4.97M (2008), $6M (2007), $13.9M (2006), $11.8M (2005), $18.53M (2004), $8.97M (2003).
The most recent sale in Kawailoa North Shore was a house located at 61-274D Kamehameha Highway, sold for $1.4M on Sep 07, 2017. It had 2579sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: 61-134 Punalau Place (2,656sf) sold for $1M on 5/15/2017. 61-785 Papailoa Road (7,680sf) sold for $7.8M on 3/31/2017. 61-635 Kamehameha Highway (1,967sf) sold for $2.9M on 5/18/2016. 61-661 Kamehameha Highway (1,852sf) sold for $3M on 4/15/2016. 61-147 Ikuwai Place (1,024sf) sold for $830K on 3/24/2016. 61-136 Tutu Street (3,098sf) sold for $2.1M on 3/23/2016. 61-1007 Tutu Place (3,272sf) sold for $1.65M on 2/1/2016. 61-174 Punalau Place (1,360sf) sold for $785K on 9/23/2015. 61-274 Kamehameha Highway (2,521sf) sold for $1.3M on 6/23/2015.
10 of the houses have ocean views and 7 have mountain views.