ALMOST TINY HOUSE LIVING

1700

MAKIKI STREET

#116

  • Condominium
  • Asking $225K (fee simple)

SOLD for

$215K

1957 EDWIN BAUER DESIGN

Come see this wonderful little condo in super convenient Makiki. This 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom unit has two storage closets and is a corner/end unit on the ground floor providing easy access and one less attached neighboring unit. This unit is in the Oahuan Ltd building, which is a quiet and pleasant community surrounded by a lush tropical garden setting with a great pool to cool off on those hot days. This property is near bus lines and is a bike ride away from UH, downtown, Ala Moana Shopping Center, Ala Moana Beach Park, and Waikiki. Maintenance fees include: electricity, internet, hot water, sewer, and coop taxes. Wait-listed parking available to owner occupants.

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What is it?

Makiki

If you find yourself heading west on the H-1, when you see a tiny version of Diamond Head in front of you, that is Punchbowl, a long extinct volcanic crater that houses the National Cemetery of the Pacific and marks the west boundary of Makiki. Head up into the neighborhood and you can visit places like the house where President Obama’s mother used to live and the soon-to-be-sold, Spalding House (c. 1940). Makiki is filled with history and is just mauka (inland) of the most bustling neighborhoods in the heart of Honolulu.

What is

makiki

If you find yourself heading west on the H-1, when you see a tiny version of Diamond Head in front of you, that is Punchbowl, a long extinct volcanic crater that houses the National Cemetery of the Pacific and marks the west boundary of Makiki. Head up into the neighborhood and you can visit places like the house where President Obama’s mother used to live and the soon-to-be-sold, Spalding House (c. 1940). Makiki is filled with history and is just mauka (inland) of the most bustling neighborhoods in the heart of Honolulu.

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4211 Waialae Ave, Ste 4090, Honolulu, HI 96816
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