North Shore’s Surf Row: Where The Pro Surfers Live

We road-tripped to the North Shore of O‘ahu to take a neighborly peek over the surf world’s most expensive fences.


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Either by ownership, long-term lease or rental, Ke Nui Road, on the North Shore of Oahu, is now home to world’s biggest surf companies and their best surfers, at least from November through January. From the street, the houses are tough to distinguish, most cut off from the world by thick hedges and intimidating gates. From the beach, though, these properties share something special. In real estate terms, let’s call them big wave adjacent.

 

Last week, we road-tripped to the North Shore with nothing but a map and a modest dream—to take a neighborly peek over the surf world’s most expensive fences.

 

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