Kailua Neighborhood Series: Maunawili

Real Estate Broker/Owner with Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers RB 20262

Data current as of September 2007.

Maunawili is one of Kailua's best kept secrets. Maunawili is lush and green, and as would be expected, a bit rainer than some other areas of Kailua. A tranquil bedroom community, Maunawili is only 10 minutes (or less) from Kailua Town. Living here also shortens your commute to downtown Honolulu, as it is located off Auloa Road, turning South from the Pali Hwy (61) and heading into the country. This area is very convenient to Le Jardin Academy and Trinity Christian School, and to H-3. Maunawili has many beautiful homes with spectacular mountain views, including some large estates on huge lots. With hiking trails and a waterfall nearby, Maunawili home prices range from $700K to $1.3M and up, depending upon lot and home size which vary greatly. There are really two sections of the community, one upper and one lower (closer to the Pali) and the home prices vary between these two areas, with the closer to the highway being less expensive. Most homes were built in the late 60's, 70's and 80's, but there are some homes of newer construction, as well.Maunawili Homes Maunawili Homes
Maunawili Homes and Koolau Mountain Views                           Maunawili Neighborhood

Maunawili Valley Maunawili Homes, Kailua, Oahu, Hawaii
Maunawili Valley, Along Hiking Trail.                                            Maunawili Homes in Kailua

Maunawili Falls
Maunawili Falls, Just a Short Hike From the Road and Neighborhood.

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