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Monday, September 26, 2011

Be a duck in Kailua

Why did the duck cross the road? To get to Kainui Canal.

They don’t call Kainui Road “Duck Road” for nothing—this is where many ducks cross to get to the canal on the other side. And now, there’s a new listing that opens up to the canal so you can get there, too. (Click here for details.)

Technically, this home is 55 years old, but it’s been renovated many times over the years (with the last and biggest one done in the last five). The result is a house with a very open, “old Hawaiiana” ambience, but with modern elements.

At 3,162 square feet, it’s got three bedrooms and three bathrooms, plus a spiral staircase leading up to one-bedroom, one-bathroom guest quarters with its own lanai.

The best part is outside: The lot is a spacious10,934 square feet and features a large lava rock pool with a waterfall. It’s got a free-form shape to make it look like a natural, tropical water element.

If you’re more into the great outdoors, you can step off the yard and into the canal to kayak or stand-up paddle straight out to the ocean.

Money talk: $1,259,000 fee simple
Contact: Corinda Wong, Prudential Locations, 808-738-3174, corinda.wong@pruhawaii.com

Posted on Monday, September 26, 2011 in Permalink

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Honolulu Real Estate focuses on the Hawaii housing market, condos and homes for sale, Hawaii rentals and general news about real estate in Hawaii. It also includes stories on apartment living, home decor and profiles.
 


Melissa Chang graduated from the University of Hawaii with a degree in journalism and has been blogging since 2007, mostly on food and travel. She works primarily in social media, so you can find her online @Melissa808 on Twitter and Instagram.


 


Jaymes Song is a real estate agent at Prudential Advantage Realty in Kahala. Jaymes is in the top 7 percent of Prudential agents nationwide. Previously, Jaymes was at The Orange County Register, Honolulu Star-Bulletin and rose through the ranks to overseeing news and operations for AP in Hawaii and the Pacific Rim. Jaymes lives in the Portlock area and loves his real full-time job of being dad to two curious kids.


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