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Oahu: Large 5BR 3BA contemporary home in an executive neighborhood

Property ID: LN196204
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Basic information
Address:
US-96797 Oahu
Region:
Hawaii
Price:
1.005.000 €
Living space:
255 sq. m.
Plot size:
799 sq. m.
No. of rooms:
7
Details
Details
Type of house:
Villa
Commission Rate:
3,5 % + VAT
Number of bedrooms:
5
Number of bathrooms:
3
Number of parking spaces:
1
Condition:
As new
Further information
Further information
Property description:
Remarks:
Large 5BR 3BA contemporary home in an executive neighborhood. Desirable rim lot location at the end of a culdesac on the wind-protected side of the ridge. Expansive windows throughout the home showcase breathtaking views of the ocean, coastline, marina & Diamond Head. The home has 2 lanais, one of which features a pool & the other a jacuzzi. Separate attached studio w/full bath,a/c,views,lanai access.
Fixtures and fittings:
Location: Kanakou
LN: 196204
Price: 1,388,000 $
Living Area: 2738 Sqft
Land: 8,600 Sqft
Bed/Bath: 5/3
Year Built: 1973

Inclusions:
Appliance/Unit, Ceiling Fan, Dryer, Disposal, Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Range, Smoke/Heat Detector, Washer
Location:
Short Description of Hawaii Islands

KAUAI
Kauai is called the "garden isle" for a reason. In the mountains of Koke"e, lush swamps ring with songs of rare birds, and the aroma of ginger blossoms sweetens the rain forests of Ha"ena. You can explore this Pacific paradise by land, sea, and air hiking along the Kalalau Trail, kayaking up the Hanalei River, or hovering in a helicopter high above 5,148-ft Wai"ale"ale, the wettest spot on earth.The oldest and northernmost island in the Island chain is graced with dramatic, natural beauty. Outdoor adventures and romantic escapades flourish on Kauai.
Popular Cities near Kauai
• Poipu Beach
• Kapaa
• Lihue
• Princeville
• Hanalei
• Anahola

OAHU
Home to the state capitol and the majority of Hawaii"s population, Oahu is a vibrant mix of natural and cultural wonders with the modern arts, entertainment, and amenities of the 21st century. From ancient stone heiau (Hawaiian temples) to 21st-Century high-rises, Oahu is an island of endless contrasts. Geographically only the third largest of the inhabited Hawaiian Islands, it is nonetheless home to nearly three-quarters of the state"s 1.2 million residents — 370,000 of whom are concentrated in urban Honolulu, the ultra-modern, south-coast cityscape kama"aina (residents) refer to simply as "Town."
Popular Cities on Oahu
• Honolulu
• Kailua
• Kaneohe
• Haleiwa
• Aiea
• Waianae
• Kahuku
• Makaha
• Kapolei
MAUI
The island was formed by two volcanos that erupted long ago: the extinct 5,788-ft Pu"u Kukui and the dormant 10,023-ft Haleakala. Maui"s volcanic history gives it much of its beauty. The roads around the island are lined with rich red soil, Central Maui is still carpeted with grassy green, and the deep blue of ocean and sky mingles with the red and green of Maui"s topography. The second largest island is home to what some believe are the best beaches in the world, as well as Humpback whales who migrate off Maui"s shores every winter.
Popular Cities near Maui
• Kihei
• Wailea
• Kaanapali
• Lahaina
• Kahana
• Honokowai
• Waikoloa
• Hana
• Kahului
• Wailuku

HAWAII"S BIG ISLAND
The Island of Hawai"i is the furthest south of any in the island chain, and is larger than all the other islands put together. It"s also the home of the world"s highest mountain (Mauna Kea) though much of the base is submerged. Nearby Kiluaea is the most active volcano in the world, and is also the most popular visitor attraction in a state that"s full of visitor attractions. The Big Island, as it"s called, is the only place where one can ski in the daytime and walk barefoot in a warm sea at sundown. Bigger than all of the other islands combined, the island of Hawaii, or Hawaii"s Big Island, is vast enough to hold 11 of the world’s 13 climactic zones—from sandy beaches to snowcapped mountains.

Popular Cities on The big Island
• Volcano
• Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
• Hilo
• Kohala Coast
• Holualoa
• Waimea
• Kamuela
• Honaunau
• Paauilo
• Pahala
MOLOKAI
With almost half of its population being of native Hawaiian ancestry, Molokai is an island that has preserved its connection to the past and its love for the outdoors.
LANAI
Without a single traffic light, Lanai is a true island getaway for luxury, romance, and privacy away from crowds.


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