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Here’s How You Can Afford to Live Near the Beach on O‘ahu

Not all oceanfront homes cost $1 million.


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It’s possible—you really can live near the ocean on O‘ahu without spending $1 million or more on a home. You’ve got to be willing to rent and, in some cases, remain open to neighborhoods and buildings you may not have considered. Here are a few rentals right on the water we found that are available now.

 

53-031 Kamehameha Highway

Punaluu home

Punaluu home

Photos: Dawn Koopman / Team Real Estate


This single-family Punalu‘u home is located on the ocean just before you reach Kahana Bay driving north. It’s a good size, with 1,100 square feet, two bedrooms and two bathrooms. It’s in a very cute, livable condition, and it really is directly on the water. Contact Dawn Koopman at Team Real Estate for more information. 

Click here to view the listing.

 

Mākaha Shores

Makaha Shores

Photos: Craigslist


For gorgeous waters and wide beaches, head west, where you can rent an oceanfront studio with a full kitchen and one covered parking stall for $1,500 per month at Mākaha Shores. The ocean couldn’t be any closer, and there’s often killer surf right outside the door.

Click here to view the listing.

 

Colony Surf 1503

Colony Surf

Colony Surf

Photos: Courtesy of HiCentralMLS


The Gold Coast, at the quiet end of Waikīkī, is home to 20 condominium buildings along the water. While prices can be high for the most luxurious of the buildings, there are some more reasonable rents available, too. Colony Surf 1503, listed for rent on the MLS by Pamela Landrum (weisrose@yahoo.com), is available for $2,600 per month, and has stunning views of the ocean and busy Kaimana Beach. It’s pet friendly, available by month or long-term, and is a 560-square-foot one-bedroom with one parking stall.

 

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