Diamond Head Townhouse


La pietra cir #16

  • Townhouse
  • Asking $2.599M (fee simple)

SOLD for


The Future Available Now

One of a kind renovation. Go to DELOS.com for more information on how this property was totally transformed into the newest way of living a healthy lifestyle here in Hawaii. A cutting edge wellness platform and the first truly Delos-inspired home on Oahu.

Features include air and water purification and a relaxed environment of Circadian lighting throughout the home helping you wake up in the morning and fall asleep at night. Aeromatherapy system, as well as, a vitamin E shower. All materials used in this home are non toxic. Top of the line appliances and bath fixtures. Conveniently located. Walk to the beach, Waikiki or Kapiolani Park. Private and gated community with 24/7 guarded gate.




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What about

Diamond Head

Rising from the tropical Pacific, vast the Diamond Head (Lēʻahi in Hawaiian) volcanic cone is the famous anchor of Honolulu, the most recognizable landmark on Oahu, and the symbol of Waikiki.The 760 foot volcanic crater got its name from British sailors who mistook the sparkling white calcite crystals in the rocks for diamonds. It has been an extinct volcano for over 150,000 years and was the site of an ancient temple where the last human sacrifices were carried out on the island.

Residents of this northwestern part of the greater Diamond Head neighborhood need only cross ~440 yards of Kapiolani Park’s lovely green lawns, beneath a canopy of banyon, palm, and ironwood trees, often decorated by a flock of rose-ringed parakeets, to enter the tropical-blue, reef-protected, warm Pacific Ocean at Kaimana Beach.

What about

Black Point

According to vulcanologists with the USGS, the great Ko’olau Series of eruptions sputtered to an inglorious end 70-100 thousand years ago with side-hustles including Punchbowl, Tantalus, Diamond Head, and the Kokos: Head & Crater. Black Point likely appeared between 400-500 thousand years ago and its youth is apparent in its steep, craggy terrain. Jump forward to the 1920s and you see the beginning of its suburbanization, which results today in a primarily-gated, 75 homes on standard to large lots. The in-gate homes have associated and maintain an oceanfront, ocean-fed swimming pool that would be nothing to look at were it not for its location. Historic-to-new homes line roads that feel like they are sized more for donkeys than cars, but hopeful residents eagerly tolerate it to live in this exclusive community. 

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4211 Waialae Ave, Ste 4090, Honolulu, HI 96816
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