In Honolulu, Hawaii, there is an ahupua’a, a stream, a valley, and a neighborhood named Moanalua. Moanalua Valley stretches from the crest of the Koolau Range to the outside of the Aliapaakai Crater in the Salt Lake area. The community is neighbored by Halawa Valley and Red Hill on the west, Fort Shafter on the east, and Salt Lake and Mapunapuna on the south. Moanalua is part of the 32nd District of the Hawaii House of Representatives and the 15th District of the Hawaii Senate. Altogether the neighborhood extends eastward into the Manaiki Stream valley and Fort Shafter, as well as up Ala Aolani Street.
Moanalua encompasses Moanalua Gardens and Tripler Army Medical Center, along with several other points of interest. The Moanalua Gardens is one of the state’s earliest public parks, though it has always been privately owned. It was a gift to the public from Samuel Mills Damon who, in 1884, inherited the ahupua’a of Moanalua. The Gardens are inland from Moanalua Freeway, also known as H-201. Beyond the Gardens, residents of the area also enjoy access to delightful dining, shopping, and entertainment options.
Homes for sale in the Moanalua neighborhood include houses of differing shapes and sizes. Listing prices for Moanalua real estate fall in a broad range and depend on the home’s square footage, condition, architectural style, age, and proximity to amenities. The area has both affordable and efficient housing opportunities, as well as large and luxurious Moanalua properties. If you would like to learn more about available real estate in Moanalua of Honolulu, Hawaii, please allow us to assist you and contact us at your earliest convenience.