Kailua

Why you'd want to live in Kailua

Kailua, Kaneohe, Waimanalo As you drive over the sloping Pali Highway, skyscrapers and the sprawling city of Honolulu give way to lush valleys and country landscapes. Exiting the tunnels east of the Koolau Mountain Range, it feels as if you’re entering a different world and a turquoise ocean shimmers in the distance. A trip to the Windward Coast reveals a slower-paced side of Oahu, and some of the most stunning natural beauty anywhere in Hawaii. Also Kailua and it's neighboring city Kaneohe is host to K-Bay which is the largest Marine Corps element on Oahu. The other major installation comprising MCBH is Camp H.M. Smith, overlooking Pearl Harbor. From Kailua town, you can head in two directions. Go clockwise down the coast to Sea Life Park, Makapuu Point Lighthouse and eventually Leahi (Diamond Head) and Waikiki. Or drive north spend a day exploring the Windward Coast as it winds lazily around the island toward the North Shore, offering interesting stops along the way, like the serene Valley of the Temples, which is home to a stunning Japanese Buddhist temple. Driving along the two-lane highway you can't miss Mokolii, the tiny island fondly known as “Chinaman’s Hat.” Stop at the park and stretch your legs or have a picnic. Just across the highway you’ll find one of Hawaii’s most seen but least-recognized locations: Kualoa Ranch. A generations-old family-owned ranch, its scenic valley has provided the backdrop for countless movies and TV shows, including "Jurassic Park" and "Lost". Fortunately, it’s not just for the stars; visitors can enjoy horseback riding, ziplining, ATV tours and host of other activities. From here, Kamehameha Highway meanders past Kaaawa (“Ka-ah-ah-vah”), gentle Kahana Bay and around the northernmost tip of the island to Oahu’s North Shore, home of the best surf spots in Hawaii—and some say—the world. via gohawaii.com

Kailua Market Report

$2,090,038

AVERAGE PRICE OF 92 HOMES

$635,000

AVERAGE PRICE OF 1 DISTRESSED HOMES

$2,487,148

AVERAGE PRICE OF 71 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

$2,340,000

AVERAGE PRICE OF 3 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

$1,851,905

AVERAGE PRICE OF 21 HOMES WITH A POOL

$1,678,000

AVERAGE PRICE OF 4 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

Average Home

Average Price $2,090,038
Avg Bedrooms 3.91 beds
Avg Bathrooms 2.65 baths

Average Price by Bedrooms

1 bedroom $493,333
2 bedrooms $1,110,083
3 bedrooms $1,490,286
4 bedrooms $2,250,945
5 bedrooms $2,224,250
Kailua Home Price Trends
  11/2021 10/2021 9/2021 8/2021 7/2021
Total Listings n/a 90 99 126 135
Average Price n/a $2,155,982 $2,208,443 $2,190,394 $2,278,298
Avg Price Change n/a -2.43% +0.82% -4.01% -16.23%
Median Price n/a $1,509,552 $1,464,717 $1,401,483 $1,464,218
Med Price Change n/a +3.06% +4.51% -4.48% -10.74%
Avg Bedrooms n/a 4.05 beds 4.02 beds 3.95 beds 3.94 beds
Avg Bathrooms n/a 2.9 baths 2.98 baths 2.89 baths 2.84 baths
Home Price by High School
School Name Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
Kailua 21 $1,444,714 41 days
Kalaheo 30 $2,358,267 71 days
Home Price by House Size
Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
All Homes 92 $2,090,038 70 days
Distressed Homes 1 $635,000 169 days
Multi-Million Dollar Homes 71 $2,487,148 71 days
Newly Built Homes 3 $2,340,000 137 days
Homes with a Pool 21 $1,851,905 68 days
Reduced Price Homes 4 $1,678,000 29 days