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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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59-542 Alapio Road

Photo: David Croxford

North Shore

$999,000 fee simple
Six bedrooms, five baths
3,818 square feet

Everything is larger as you move farther away from metro Honolulu. In Haleiwa, you can get a large, two-level home on almost an acre of landscaped land, with a pool and a barn storage building, too. The six bedrooms and five baths accommodate the whole family, and include separate quarters for a guest or renter. Its ideal vantage point gets you ocean, mountain and sunset views. Listed by Richard Sterman, Sterman Realty

 

Vacant Land

There are quite a few  tracts around Oahu that you can get for a million dollars. How about 4.99 acres in Waialua for $1.09 million? For $1.1 million, you can get a level lot in Lanikai, or 3.4 acres in Waimanalo.

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