Known for possessing a delightful family-friendly atmosphere, the community known as Aina Haina is situated halfway between the Kahala area and Hawaii Kai in East Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii. Home to excellent schools and an alluring mellow ambiance, Aina Haina boasts proximity to a long list of exciting ocean activities and numerous other features that make it an ideal choice for prospective homebuyers. Whether you are a retiree, empty-nester, family with children, single professional, or fall somewhere in between, you will love the quality of life afforded by buying a home in Aina Haina.
Most of the valley where Aina Haina sits was used for pig farming up until the 1950s. Today it is a fabulous residential area with the horseshoe-shaped Hind Drive serving as its main thoroughfare. The community is home to the Aina Haina Shopping Center, Foodland Farms, a public library, a bank, and several coffee shops, among other destinations. It is home to roughly 25,000 residents and is always eager to welcome more. Home lots in Aina Haina generally fall into two categories, level lots around 10,000 square feet situated in the middle of the valley, and sloped lots approximately 7,500 square feet in size situated on both sides of the valley.
In addition to single-family houses, Aina Haina real estate also includes townhomes. Many Aina Haina properties were built during the mid-20th century and average between three to five bedrooms. Listing prices for Aina Haina homes for sale fall in a broad range and depend on the property’s size, age, and unique features. If you would like to learn more about available homes in Aina Haina of East Honolulu, please allow us to assist you and contact us at your earliest convenience.
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