Urban Living That Really Is All Sunshine and Rainbows
(Sponsored) This condo at Kapi‘olani House has it all.
Photos: Courtesy of Kat Wade
Friday night fireworks, coastal, city and Mānoa Valley views, and the hustle of Honolulu daily life—the oversized windows at Kapi‘olani House unit 1001 capture all the excitement of city living, quietly. Perched on the 10th floor well above the noise, the residents relocated from ‘Ewa Beach to Kapi‘olani, and the time they saved by no longer commuting is now spent enjoying the daily rainbows over Mānoa Valley.
The small building of only 51 units is mostly owner-occupied, creating a close community feel. It has a private-feeling, parklike ground-floor pool, spa and yard that runs to the far side of the block. Remodeled throughout, with Kardine flooring and beautiful finishes in the kitchen and bathrooms, the condo’s very private master suite feels more like a house than a condo. Covered parking for two cars comes with the unit.
Listed at $595,000. Open house Sunday, July 2, 2 to 5 p.m.