On the eastern side of Oahu, Hawaii, there is a gorgeous rural community known as Waimanalo. You’ll find this small community nestled between Waimanalo Bay and the Koolau mountain range. Many people bypass the community as they head to its northern neighbor, the much larger Kailua town. Or some drive through Waimanalo heading to Sea Life Park on Makapuu Point, Oahu’s southern tip, but both are mistakes. Waimanalo and Waimanalo Beach are absolutely stunning communities on the island’s lush Windward side. Collectively they are referred to as Waimanalo, and both have picturesque white-sand beaches, one-of-a-kind eateries, family-owned farms, and exceptional snorkeling opportunities with near-guaranteed sea turtle sightings.
Home to roughly 5,500 residents in the 96795 zip code, it is a charming Hawaiian homelands community. In addition to the scenic views of the lush mountains, the banana, papaya, and anthurium farms are also beautiful. That said, perhaps the most popular attraction here is the long, white-sand beach, the longest sandy shoreline on the island. Though there is an undeniable laid-back rural atmosphere, there are amenities available. The community has a small commercial center and encompasses some delightful dining options, such as Ono Steaks and Shrimp Shack, Ice Cold Coconuts, and Shima’s Market. Other points of interest include Waimanalo Bay Beach Park, Kaiona Beach Park, and the Akebono Yokozuna statue.
Waimanalo real estate is varied. Those desiring a quiet, slower-paced life should definitely consider the available Waimanalo properties. Homes for sale in Waimanalo include house’s of different ages, sizes, and amenities. Listing prices for properties in Waimanalo fall in a relatively broad range and depend on the home’s unique location and features. If you would like to learn more about real estate in Waimanalo on Oahu’s Windward side, please allow us to assist you and contact us at your earliest convenience.
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