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Top 5 Best Affordable O‘ahu Homes

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Affordable O‘ahu Homes

 

While the median single-family home price on O‘ahu finished 2018 at $790,000, you can still find fee-simple, single-family homes for less than $650,000—if you know where to look.

 

With over 140 single-family homes on O‘ahu currently listed for less than $650,000, the Locations Neighborhood Experts have combed through the list to find the very best move-in-ready homes. Take a look below—you might be pleasantly surprised to see the homes that you could afford for the price of a townhome or condo.

 

87-1528 Kuaha Street /  Waianae

$525,000 FS

87-1528 Kuaha Street

4 Bedroom / 2.5 Bathroom – 1,458 SF

Great, well-maintained home near the park in Sea Country II. The downstairs has brand new vinyl planing and new baseboards that make it easy to maintain. Newer community with so much to offer. Pool, dog park and 11-acre community park that is located just 20 minutes from Kapolei. The ocean is a short walk down the road. Fully landscaped and irrigated. This home is completely turnkey. Great sized, level vinyl fenced yard is great for entertaining. MLS: 201829474 

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91-1124 Puaina Street /  Ewa Beach

$625,000 FS

91-1124 Puaina Street

3 Bedroom / 2 Bathroom - 1,053 SF

Own a single family, single level home in Ewa By Gentry’s Soda Creek with no maintenance fees. A great starter home featuring a new roof, solar attic fan, cathedral-style ceiling, a redesigned and remodeled kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops, a low maintenance master bedroom courtyard, A/C in living room and all bedrooms, freshly painted exterior and interior, remodeled bathrooms and much, much more. MLS: 201900154

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91-1712 Burke Street / Ewa Beach

$630,000 FS

91-1712 Burke Street

3 Bedroom / 2 Bathroom - 1,224 SF

Location, location, location! Rim lot in Ewa Villages with no back neighbor but golf course fairway. Pride of ownership and ready for new homeowners. This 3 bedroom 2 bath single family home is awaiting your personal touches to make it yours. Room for multiple car parking on your expansive lot. Take in the outdoors and relax with the family at your private yard that feels as if it goes on and on. Easy maintenance with laminate flooring throughout the home. Keep cool in the summer with AC in all rooms. What are you waiting for? Make your move! MLS: 201900877

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87-1538 Nakii Street / Waianae

$610,000 FS

87-1538 Nakii Street

4 Bedroom / 3.5 Bathroom - 1,576 SF

Welcome home to your very own rare 4 bedroom 3.5 bath detached home in beautiful Sea Country. This home features stainless steel appliances, half bath downstairs and 15 photovoltaic panels. As you make your way upstairs you will find four spacious bedrooms, one room has its own separate entrance with full bathroom and wet bar, great for guests, in-laws or as a rental. Perfect yard space to host a get together with friends and family. No maintenance fees only association fees of $55/mo. MLS: 201831441

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87-1140 Anaha Street / Waianae

$600,000 FS

87-1140 Anaha Street

3 Bedroom / 2 Bathroom - 1,331 SF

Rarely available single level, detached home, with unobstructed ocean and valley views, perched on a rim lot (no homes behind it) in the highly desirable Sea Country Nohokai cul-de-sac! Fully-owned photovoltaic, central AC and tons of upgrades: bamboo and tile flooring, expanded lanai, all stainless range and microwave, new stainless dishwasher, remodeled master bath with walk-in shower, upgraded electrical, new hurricane straps and more! Located in the lovely Sea Country community with shops, residents-only pool, parks, close to beaches. This is the home! There is no other listing like it. MLS: 201829743

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