What Can You Get for $1 Million?

It seems like an audacious amount of money, but just how far will a cool million take you when you’re shopping for a house on Oahu?


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46-472 Haiku Plantation Dr.

Kaneohe

$1,125,000 fee simple
Four bedrooms, two baths
2,484 square feet

If you want  to have a lot of room in which to move, you’re more likely to get space when you move to rural Oahu. This four-bedroom, two-bath, single-level, ranch-style home in the exclusive, gated Haiku Plantations sits on 1.2 acres—about the same area as a football field—so you can build another structure, grow more trees, have a pool or tennis court, or hold a croquet tournament. The home itself is roomy and has vaulted ceilings for a feeling of spaciousness all around you. Listed by Brandon Kim, Kahala Associates

 


2798 Pacific Heights Road

 

Pacific Heights

$1,085,000 fee simple
Four bedrooms, three baths
2,148 square feet

This well-maintained home is almost 100 years old, but has stood the test of time (especially since it has had only two owners). Its tropical design reflects a bygone era, with a spacious loft area, a large porch and other classic touches. Since it’s higher up Pacific Heights, you can also enjoy views of the city, which is just a few minutes away. Listed by Anne Perry, Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties

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