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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Multi-Family Homes


E. Manoa Road

Photo: David Croxford

Manoa

$1,000,000 fee simple
6,399 square feet

Built in 1946, these two units are in their original state and have been fairly well maintained, considering the elements of time. They’re next to the Manoa Stream bridge and are close to Manoa Marketplace, Starbucks and the bus line, so you’re paying for the neighborhood and convenience. Listed by Noriko Watson, Hawaii Resource Realty

 


1817 Vancouver Drive

Manoa

$1,000,000 fee simple
Five bedrooms, 2.5 baths
2,216 square feet

Right at the million-dollar mark you can get this basic, older home. Like homes of its era, in this neighborhood, it’s built for multifamily living, with five bedrooms and 2.5 baths split on two floors, a kitchen on the main floor and a kitchenette downstairs, and enough parking for six or more cars. Why would you seek out a basic home for a million dollars? Well, it’s in a desirable part of Mānoa Valley and has some nice views. Listed by Laura Chinen, Prudential Locations

 


98-797 Ainalui Loop

Pearl City

$1,068,000 fee simple
Seven bedrooms, five baths
3,501 square feet

Royal Summit is one of the more prestigious developments in Pearl City, and this particular house is huge. The home itself is 25 years old, but has been renovated with Pergo floors, new carpet, new paint and refurbished bathrooms. Since there are so many bedrooms and baths, the two floors may be divided into separate living quarters for guests or renters. The 7,320-square-foot lot is tropically landscaped and features a patio and swimming pool, as well. Listed by Wayne Masuda, Oahu Realty

 

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