If you are seeking Hawaii real estate in a serene yet convenient place to live, you will love Nanakuli – a beach town that is located on the leeward coast, or less rainy side of Oahu. Sitting on the west shore of Oahu, Nanakuli is about 30 miles west of Honolulu.
The neighborhood boasts a nice beach, known as the Nanakuli Beach Park. While the ocean waves can be strong, if not unruly, during the winter, they are calm and inviting during the summer moths. Residents gather at the beach year round to enjoy picnics and barbecues.
Most Nanakuli locals live in the valley next to the Farrington Highway – the neighborhood’s main thoroughfare. Farrington Highway offers access to an array of shopping, dining, and recreational venues. Therefore, residents can enjoy ocean views and outdoor hiking and biking along with easy access to area retail stores. Some of these stores include Safeway, Longs Pharmacy, PetSmart, and Lowe’s.
Nanakuli Real Estate
Nanakuli is one of the lower-priced places to live in the suburbs of Honolulu. The median home value in Nanakuli is around $293,000, which is much lower than the county median home price of $630,000. The national median home value is around $186,000. Home sales in Nanakuli average around $293,000. While about 65% of Nanakuli homes are owned, around 24% are rentals. Vacant homes stand at around 10%. Listings include townhomes, single-family residences, and condominiums.
Like most of Hawaii, the climate in Nanakuli is temperate. The average temperature in July is about 85 degrees Fahrenheit while the typical low in January is 65 degrees on the Fahrenheit scale. Rainfall for the area measures 64 inches annually.
Nanakuli is a youngish Hawaii community with easy highway access and lower housing costs. The Old Hawaiian feel in the area as well as easy access to modern conveniences makes Nanakuli a favorite of people who embrace a younger and more carefree environment and lifestyle.
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