Open House Pick of the Week: Spacious Three Bedroom Home in ‘Ewa is $525,000

This home is priced below the O‘ahu median for single-family homes.


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Photos: Courtesy of Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties

 

Now that West O‘ahu is finally shaping up as “the second city,” a lot of people who were trying to hold on to their townie status are feeling more comfortable moving to ‘Ewa and Kapolei—where it’s more affordable to be a homeowner.

 

This week’s open-house pick is priced below the O‘ahu median for single-family homes, but is no less spacious. At 1,189 square feet with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, this home in ‘Ewa by Gentry Sun Terra on the Park is quite a good value. If you take into account the fact that studios at Ward Village’s Ae‘o sold in this price range, there’s no question that heading west is an attractive option for people looking to buy a piece of the rock.

 

“There’s still room for appreciation as the market continues an upward trend,” says Khai Tran of Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties. “Plus, interest rates are still below 4 percent, which is especially great for first-time homebuyers, young families, investors and extended families.”

 

 

The home is on one level, so it’s ideal for people who plan on growing old in it. The vaulted ceilings make the interior feel more spacious, as well. The garage is an added bonus for storage.

 

 

The property is 3,760 square feet and backs up to the parking area for the Coronado residential complex, so the yard is both spacious and quiet.

 

“The sellers love the home, and wouldn't be selling if they didn’t need to relocate to the Mainland,” adds Tran.

 

 

The home will have its first open house this Sunday, Aug. 23, from 2 to 5 p.m. For more information, click here.

 

Happy house hunting!

 

Money talk: $525,000 fee simple
MLS#: 201514682
Contact: Khai Tran, Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties, 392-8822, khai@cbpacific.com

 

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