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Kaneohe Real Estate: Where Town and Country Collide

Kaneohe Real Estate: Where Town and Country Collide

Kaneohe Real Estate Town and Country

Oftentimes, when people think of real estate on Oahu, Honolulu comes to mind. Most imagine of either the big city, filled with high rises and traffic or beach huts complete with coconut trees and volcanoes in the distance. While some of these properties do exist, Oahu has much more to offer, including Kaneohe, a hidden gem often overlooked by many.

Close to the H-3, the Likelike highway and the Pali highway, Kaneohe is easily accessible and makes for an easy commute to town, from the west side to Pearl Harbor to the east side. Only seven likes northeast of Honolulu, you really get the best of both worlds in Kaneohe; after a long day at work or after time spent in the city, you know you always have a space to retreat to, one surrounded by the Ko’Olau mountains, ocean views, and some of the most breathtaking beaches on earth.

Providing residents with the perfect combination of town and country and offering a variety of real estate options, from condos, town houses, and single family homes, Kaneohe may just be the perfect place for you to settle. No matter what stage of your life you find yourself in, this area offers buyers with several different options, whether you are buying your first home, purchasing a vacation getaway, a retiree, or simply relocating.

Activities and recreational opportunities in Kaneohe are also accommodating to those of all ages. If museum-going and shopping are among your must-haves, this area boasts two main shopping malls (Winward Mall and Kaneohe Bay Shopping Center) as well as a variety of cultural opportunities, such as the Ho’omaluhia Botanical Gardens, the Byodo-In temple, and the Honolulu Musem of Art and the Bishop Museum at just a short drive away. If you enjoy the outdoors or have children, there are many golf courses in the area, beaches nearby in Waikiki and the Honolulu Zoo close-by. Adding to the family friendliness of the community is the fact that many military families have made this area their home, as the Marine Corps Base Hawaii is located on the Mokapu Peninsula of Kaneohe.

So many have grown and lived here and are proud to call Kaneohe their home. Are you ready to join the ranks?

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