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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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1170 Palea Way

Photos: Courtesy Scott Villard


Hawaii Kai – Queen’s Gate

$1,029,000 fee simple
Three bedrooms, two baths
2,200 square feet

This expansive home features hardwood floors, a nice little pool and an airy, open floor plan. It has all the quality elements of a luxury home, but the clean lines and easy flow of the layout give it a welcoming, comfortable feeling. There’s a little “trap door” to the golf course, too. With the home’s proximity to Sandy Beach, you could easily walk to the ocean, or just listen to the waves crashing at night while lounging at the pool with a glass of wine after a long day. The privacy of the gated community is an added plus for escaping the hustle and bustle of downtown. Listed by Kelly Mitchell, Elite Pacific Properties


57513 Kamehameha Highway, Unit A


Three bedrooms, 1.5 baths
1,104 square feet

Again, direct oceanfront is hard to come by unless you’re willing to move out to the country. This spacious beach house sits on a level, 7,814-square-foot lot and has a large, partially covered deck. It was meant for enjoying the great outdoors. It’s not too bad indoors, either. The interior is fairly modern and bright, with lots of natural light. Listed by Michelle Saito, Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties


1290 Alewa Drive

Alewa Heights

$1,100,000 fee simple
Three bedrooms, two baths
2173 square feet

Alewa Heights is an old, established neighborhood with old, established houses, but this one has been completely remodeled, with quality finishes and an artistic eye to make it a contemporary standout in the area. It’s got clean lines throughout and über-modern fixtures that blend with the classic architecture. The large, open lanai is perfect for enjoying the panoramic views of the ocean, Diamond Head and downtown Honolulu. Listed by Marshall Mower, Prudential Locations

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