Portlock Homes for Sale
If you are looking for a home in Hawaii, contact me by phone, email or leave a message on my website. Anchorage is the area past the post office on Hawaii Kai Drive. It has the beautiful and spacious Leolani home development. One of the “Lost” cast lived there recently. There is also Lalea Kai, Kaluanui and the entrance to Mariner’s Ridge. Hahaione Lower has the elementary school and several condominium complexes, including The Commodore, Mauna Luan, Heritage House, Naniwa Gardens, Plaza Hawaii Kai, and Mariner’s Village (townhomes) I and II . Behind Hawaii Kai, Koko Crater drops into Kalama Valley. Kamilo Nui and Kamilo Iki are the areas adjacent to Hawaii Kai Drive, as you travel up Lunalilo Home Road, near the skate park. On the water’s edge at the end of Lunalilo Home Road is Portlock. The schools of the Kaiser school complex include Hahaione Elementary School, Kamiloiki Elementary School, Koko Head Elementary School, Niu Valley Middle School, and Kaiser High School. For Hawaii Kai, a planned community, we have quite a few condominium and townhome complexes.
There are numerous different neighborhoods nearby including Anchorage, Hahaione-Lower, Hahaione-Upper, Kalama Valley, Kamehame Ridge, Kamilo Nui, Kamiloiki, Kealaula Kai, Koko Head Terrace, Koko Kai, Laulima, Luna Kai, Mariners Cove, Mariners Ridge, Mariners Valley, Napali Haweo, Napua Point, Paiko Lagoon, Portlock, Queens Gate, Spinnaker Isle, Triangle, and West Marina.
Koko Head Terrace as you can guess is on the slope of Koko Crater. On the back side of it, toward the Hawaii Kai Golf Course, you will find the Koko Head Botanical Garden. A two-mile loop trail leads visitors through a variety of dryland plant collections from Hawaii and around the world. Koko Crater is a large crater that is a strenuous 2-hour hike. The Queen’s Gate gated community is across the street from the garden. Koko Head Crater overlooks Makapu’u, Diamond Head, The Marina, Sandy Beach, and Hanauma Bay. Koko Head is the elevated, longer, flatter piece of land that extends into Maunalua Bay.
Portlock – Hawaii Kai Homes
There are numerous shopping complexes and recreational activities. Shopping at Koko Marina Center, Hawaii Kai Towne Center, Costco, Safeway, Longs, Ross and more. Great restaurants such as Harbor Village, Blue Water Grill, The Shack, and my favorite, Kona Brewing. Hanauma Bay, Makapuu Point Lighthouse, Sandy Beach (great kite flying here) and The Halona Blowhole are a short distance away, between Diamond Head and Makapuu.
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(all data current as of 5/16/2013)
$2,150,000 : 281 Portlock Rd, Honolulu3 beds, 3 full bathsHome size: 4,100 sq ftLot size: 13,500 sqftYear built: 1990Days on market: 89
$2,300,000 : 469 Portlock Rd, Honolulu4 beds, 4 full bathsHome size: 2,793 sq ftLot size: 13,151 sqftYear built: 1958Days on market: 91
$2,980,000 : 332 Portlock Rd, Honolulu4 beds, 4 full bathsHome size: 3,309 sq ftLot size: 16,576 sqftYear built: 2008Days on market: 75
$3,400,000 : 6977 Kalanianaole Hwy, Honolulu4 beds, 4 full bathsHome size: 4,208 sq ftLot size: 13,970 sqftYear built: 1975Days on market: 93
$3,995,000 : Portlock Rd, Honolulu6 beds, 6 full bathsHome size: 6,846 sq ftLot size: 13,481 sqftYear built: 1949Days on market: 92
$5,700,000 : 266 Portlock Rd, Honolulu4 beds, 4 full bathsHome size: 5,241 sq ftLot size: 17,387 sqftYear built: 2006Days on market: 1
$5,990,000 : 207 Portlock Rd, Honolulu6 beds, 7 full bathsHome size: 6,797 sq ftLot size: 11,399 sqftYear built: 2001Days on market: 48
$6,300,000 : 433 Portlock Rd, Honolulu5 beds, 4 full bathsHome size: 3,406 sq ftLot size: 17,594 sqftYear built: 1953Days on market: 123
$6,300,000 : 431 Portlock Rd, Honolulu0 beds, 0 bathsLot size: 15,682 sqftDays on market: 123
$7,000,000 : 303 Portlock Rd, Honolulu0 beds, 0 bathsLot size: 28,182 sqftDays on market: 290
$23,000,000 : 503 Portlock Rd, Honolulu7 beds, 11 full bathsHome size: 12,615 sq ftLot size: 1.86 acYear built: 2005Days on market: 187
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