Open house pick of the week: Mililani
Photos courtesy of Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties
When searching for a home, many potential buyers want to purchase a place in a good school district. They want to know their children will not only grow up in a decent neighborhood, but that they’ll get a quality education as well.
This two-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bathroom townhouse at Hale Kaloapau is just minutes away from one of the largest public schools in the state: Mililani High School. Last year, it was the top-ranked public high school on our “Grading the Public Schools” chart.
The split-level unit, which has bamboo flooring on the lower level, features an open design kitchen/dining area with plenty of cabinets, plus there’s an extra storage area tucked under the staircase.
Just off the kitchen is a separate room with the washer and dryer, a sliding door keeps down the noise when it’s laundry day. The living room opens onto an enclosed landscaped courtyard in the back.
Upstairs are the two bedrooms, both with wall-to-wall carpeting, and the full bathroom, along with a nice-sized linen closet.
The Hale Kaloapau community belongs to the Mililani Town Association. Offering classes and activities, the association’s Recreation Center 3, which has a pool and tennis courts, is just two-minute walk down the street from the townhouse.
Not only is the townhouse close to schools, but it’s also conveniently located: Mililani Shopping Center and Mililani Golf Club are a few-minute drive away.
Two assigned parking stalls are included in the price.
Fuzz factor: The property is pet-friendly. But you’ll need to check specifics on how many or if there’s a weight limit.
You can check out the townhouse for yourself at the first open house on Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Click here for details.
Money talk: $309,000 fee simple
Contact: Elle Zhang, Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties, 808-282-8683, firstname.lastname@example.org;
Roberta “Bobbie” A. Arakawa, Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties, 808-375-0336, email@example.com
Posted on Friday, November 30, 2012 in Permalink