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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2839-3 Henry St.

Photo: David Croxford

Nuuanu

$1,000,000 fee simple
Six bedrooms, two baths
2,809 square feet

Living close to town has its price: This spacious home is 53 years old and is built in old-school fashion. It has three bedrooms and one bath upstairs, three bedrooms and one bath downstairs, both with separate entrances so you can have two families in one structure. It’s in quiet Nuuanu in an older, highly desirable neighborhood, where a million dollars is par for the course. Listed by Gavin Toguchi, Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties

 


7042 Kalanianaole Highway

Hawaii Kai

$1,085,000 fee simple
Three bedrooms, two baths
1,666 square feet

If being on the marina is just as good as being on the ocean, then this older home in Hawaii Kai is a steal. It’s right on the Hawaii Kai Marina, away from the main road. Despite its secluded location, it’s still convenient to shopping and dining, possibly even using a boat. “Some marina-front owners can just jump in their boats or kayaks and sail over to Costco to get prime ‘boat parking’ rather than fighting traffic,” says Realtor Iku Honda. Listed by Iku Honda, Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties

 

Condominiums


92-104 Waialii Place, #O-922

Beach Villas at Ko Olina

$1,095,000 fee simple
Three bedrooms, three baths
1,504 square feet

There are several fully furnished units available in this newish beachfront complex at Ko Olina Resort, all of which have access to a concierge, a pool, a meeting room, an exercise room, a valet and more. This unit is on a high floor in the Ocean Tower, which highlights the sunset views. Listed by Fred Lunt, Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties

 

 

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