Open house pick of the week: Waipahu
When realtor Vicki Yu first told me about this two-bedroom, two-bathroom townhouse at Parkglen At Waikele in Waipahu, she was still in the process of getting the unit ready before it hit the market three days ago.
Major kitchen renovations include new cabinets, granite countertops, a Moen sink with pull-out faucet, a stainless-steel Frigidaire refrigerator and a dishwasher. A fresh coat of paint was applied throughout the home, along with new showerheads and tile flooring in the bathrooms.
As far as other appliances, you don’t need to worry about replacements anytime soon: The in-unit washer and dryer are less than a year old and the water heater has new heating elements and thermostats.
I really like the fact that it’s located on the backside perimeter away from the road with no neighbors behind it, affording extra privacy. Plus, there’s a private backyard with a shaded lanai and mountain views, perfect for an outside barbecue with family or friends.
“Parkglen has a more spacious building layout than other developments in Waikele,” says Yu of Century 21 Kailua Beach Realty. “Keiki can safely walk to the elementary school within five minutes without crossing the street.”
Yu has also mentioned that when she started talking with the owner about selling, one other unit at Parkglen came on the market and went into escrow within a week. Right now, there are no other townhomes in the complex available, so this ground-floor unit won’t last long.
Traffic gods willing, you’ll be about 20 minutes from downtown Honolulu, and you’re five minutes away from the Central Oahu Regional Park, which features an Olympic-sized swimming pool, 20 tennis courts and several recreation areas.
Two parking stalls are included in the price.
If you want to see it in person, there’ll be an open house on Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. Click here for details.
Happy house hunting!