Open House Pick of the Week: Rare Makiki Townhome
Unique building in Honolulu with the space of a single family home
Provided by Prudential Advantage
Have you ever driven up Makiki Street, towards Nehoa, and wondered about the unusual and relatively new cluster of townhomes there, situated among the older apartment buildings? Well, one of the units there is for sale, and it’s the only townhome available in the area.
The building—1711 Makiki St.—was built in 1995 by a Japanese developer. With 845 square feet of living area, the two-story home has two bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms, an in-unit washer/dryer and extra storage. The property is pet-friendly, which is a plus. The important feature, for those of you who know how hot metro Honolulu can be, are the three split air-conditioning units.
It was recently painted and has new carpet, with wall insets throughout that are perfect for art pieces. It also has a real foyer/entry way, with a built-in shoe cabinet.
The unit comes with two side-by-side full parking stalls (as opposed to tandem, which many condos have) and the building has one guest stall, which is uncommon for the area. There is street parking, as well.
On top of it being a rarely available townhome, this listing will have its first and only public open house this Sunday, December 21, from 2 to 5 p.m. No other information is available online yet since the listing is so new, it’s not in MLS yet.
Happy house hunting!
Money talk: $510,000 fee simple
Contact: Judith Tanoue Niimi, Prudential Advantage, 808-306-1500, email@example.com