Nestled in the lush landscape of the Manoa Valley, along the Ko’olau Mountains’ gently rolling foothills, you will find the delightful community of Manoa. Manoa is situated a short three miles from Downtown Honolulu, and only one mile from Waikiki and Ala Moana. Many tourists and visitor overlook this luxury residential community and its quiet bliss. Adding to the enchanting ambiance of the community, it is known for its dazzling rainbows, the result of almost-daily rain.
Beyond its undeniable natural beauty, the community is also home to a long list of remarkable amenities, including excellent dining and shopping options at the Manoa Marketplace. In addition to the restaurants and stores, the Marketplace also encompasses a farmers market. Additional shopping options can be found at Royal Hawaiian Center, Kapalua Avenue, and King Street. The neighborhood is also home to the Puu Pia and Kolowalu trailheads, the Manoa Valley District Park, a gorgeous hike at the base of the Ko’olau Mountains leading to the Manoa Falls along the Manoa Stream, and the Lyon Arboretum, as well as the Puu Ualakaa State Park and the Waahila Ridge State Recreation Area. It is also worth noting that Manoa is home to the most diverse campus in the nation, the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Adding to the allure of this relatively small community is the diversity of Manoa real estate.
Homes for sale in Manoa include everything from low-rise luxury condominiums to quaint single-family homes with lush tropical landscaping dotting the rolling hillsides. Many of the properties in Manoa were constructed between the 1940s and 1969, though there are certainly outliers. Listing prices for real estate in Manoa fall in a broad price range and depend on the property’s condition, size, age, location, and unique features. If you would like to learn more about Manoa condos, townhomes, or homes for sale, please allow us to assist you and contact us at your earliest convenience.
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