Kapolei Homes For Sale

Kapolei is a lovely master-planned community on the island of O’ahu, in Honolulu County, Hawaii. Locally known as “the second city” of O’ahu. Spanning only over 4.1 square miles, around 15,000 people populate the blossoming community. Kapolei was named after the volcanic cone Pu’u O Kapolei, meaning beloved Kapo, who was the Goddess of Fertility. Before the city came to be, the land was agriculturally significant with vast pineapple and sugarcane fields.

Families have been flocking to Kapolei over the past decade or two, looking for more affordable, quality homes. Businesses and government agencies also found Kapolei to be an essential hub.With Kapolei’s resident population expected to reach nearly 165,000 in 2035, housing is expected to grow from over 35,000 units in 2019 to a little over 56,000 units.​

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Kapolei HI Homes for Sale
November 28, 2022
87
Listed
54
Avg. DOM
$737.06
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$839,000
Med. List Price
87 Properties
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Kapolei Micro-Neighborhoods

Original Kapolei - ​​​​The original homes built in Kapolei offer Fairly flat lots; wide roads with sidewalks with most Kapolei homes having been built in the ealry 1990's.. Overall, this neighborhood is well maintained with well-designed landscaping and underground electric. Very hot part of the island, so A/C is recommended. Homes closer to H-1 may be subject to traffic noise.
Kapolei Knolls - This small enclave of homes is on Wahane St. and sits above what is now the newly (2019) constructed Kealalani Plaza (where Locations has its Kapolei Office). Kapolei Knolls homes for sale are newer and have well-manicured landscaping. Well-designed homes with monier or asphalt roofs. Some lots sit just below the H-1 Freeway which creates a consistent freeway buzz throughout the day.  Parking is allowed on both sides of the street, which makes the street fairly narrow to navigate. ​
4: Just east of the newly constructed Kealalani Plaza, these homes are newer, well maintained, and well designed. Underground utilities. Many cars park on the street (Paiaha Pl.) on both sides, making this street quite narrow to navigate. There is a nice, well-maintained park at the end of the street before it intersects with Wahane St.

5: On the ocean (makai) side of Farrington Hwy, across from Kapolei Knolls. Homes adjacent to the highway are subject to traffic noise and potential soot due to the abundance of cars. Homes that are inset from the first row of homes will be less impacted. Easy ingress/egress from the artery streets that lead to Farrington Hwy. Access to H-1 East is very close, and conveniently located to this area. Homes here are all monier tiled and consist of a variety of model homes. The streets are wide, and there is green space in this neighborhood.

6: Along Kapolei Golf Course, these homes have unobstructed views of the course. Homes toward the far east of the area are adjacent to the driving range. The other homes are along the fairway on the back nine of the course. As with any homes that have golf course frontage, there is potential for stray golf balls. There are many dead-end streets and cul-de-sacs. Homes subject to golf cart noise and player interactions.


Aeloa Terrace - The homes in this section of Kapolei are bordered by Kealanani ​Ave. and Kamaana Ave., which are both major thoroughfares (as such, there is no parking allowed on these streets). ​These homes are part of Aeloa and are distinguishable by their reddish-orange-colored ​monier tile roofs. The only way to get in and out of Aeloa is via Kuloa Ave., which ​has 2 entrance/exit points on the two major streets mentioned above. Kuloa Ave. runs through the neighborhood and is shaped like a question mark​, ​with one access point at the north side of the neighborhood, and one at the south side. There is a nice park (Aeloa Park) on the west side of the neighborhood. The streets are well lit, well maintained, and have wide sidewalks. Trees have been planted alongside the roads for aesthetically pleasing views. Homes are uniform in color, layout and model type.

8: ​​​Villas at Aeloa is a small enclave of ​two-story, brownish-colored townhomes comprised of 9 buildings; parking readily available.

9: Golf course frontage along Kapolei Golf Course. These homes are in the Aeloa development. Golf cart path runs along the ​back of the homes. Golf chatter and occasional errant golf shots are present. ​Clear view of the golf course and mountains to the north. ​

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