About Honolulu Hawaii
Arguably one of the most beautiful state capitals in the country, Honolulu is filled with friendly people who embody the aloha spirit. The H1 freeway cuts right through Honolulu, making it the ideal place for commutes to nearby cities, such as Pearl City, Aiea and Ewa Beach; it’s also just minutes from H2, where you can access Mililani and points farther north. With acres of unspoiled rainforest terrain moments outside the city, as well as pristine beaches to the south, it’s one of the most exciting—and breathtaking—places to make your home.
Homes for Sale in Honolulu
The average sale price for homes in Honolulu is $462,993 for condos and $799,448 for single family homes. However, there are homes all over the price spectrum; it’s possible to find a one-bedroom condominium below $150,000, nor is it uncommon to find a beautiful mountainside estate upward of $3 million. Because this is a metropolitan city (certainly smaller than most mainland cities, of course), you will find that there is a home for everyone in Hawai’i’s beautiful capital.
- Beach Front Homes
- Golf Course Homes
- Luxury Homes
- Newest Homes on the Market
- Homes under $500,000
- Homes $500,000 to $1,000,000
- Homes $1,000,000 to $1,500,000
- Homes $1,500,000 to $3,000,000
- Homes $3,000,000 to $6,000,000
- Homes above $6,000,000
Kids living in Honolulu, which is part of the Honolulu District under the Farrington, Kaiser and Kalani Complexes; some portions of the city are also part of the Kaimuki, McKinley and Roosevelt Complexes. There are dozens of public schools in Honolulu for children to attend, and there are several award-winning private schools within a short drive of nearly every Honolulu address.
Honolulu Shopping and Dining
Explore the designer boutiques on Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki; get the brand names you want at Ala Moana Center or the Kahala Mall Center. Find niche shops for antiques, crafts and much more on the streets of Honolulu, where there’s something for every style. Surf shops, gift stores and our staple, ABC Stores, are on nearly every block in downtown Honolulu.
Honolulu is also home to some of the world’s most unbelievable restaurants. You’ll find five-star cuisine, fast food and everything in-between in this thriving capital city. From Alan Wong’s, Roy’s, and Dukes Waikiki to Subway, IHOP and Denny’s, we have it all. Craving international fare? You’ll love our wide selection of European and Asian restaurants; we even have plenty of local delicacies at restaurants like Helena’s Hawaiian Food, Tiki’s Grill and Bar, and so many more.
Entertainment in Honolulu
From performing arts, concerts and movie theaters to historic sites such as ‘Iolani Palace, there is always something to do in Honolulu. The Waikiki Shell hosts famous bands, and the Blaisdell Center downtown is also a great concert venue.
Naturally, our pristine beaches are a major draw for residents and tourists; however, locals generally prefer the beaches to the east, such as Sandy Beach, and those in Hali’ewa on the North Shore. Fortunately, they’re all within a reasonable drive from downtown Honolulu. The Honolulu Zoo is right downtown, on the edge of Waikiki, as are many other attractions that people from all over the world enjoy visiting.
The nightlife in our amazing city is among the best in the world. As dusk settles, you’ll find street performers in Waikiki; the nightclubs begin piping music and people clamor to get in. With so much to do and so much to see, you’ll never be bored in Honolulu… unless you want to be, of course. We’re only moments from the Nu’uanu Valley Rain Forest, Manoa Falls and the Lower Punchbowl if you want to escape the city for the tranquility of nature.
Honolulu Parks and Recreation
Outside our beautiful beaches and striking mountain backdrop, the city of Honolulu maintains several city and neighborhood parks in two districts: East Honolulu (District 1) and West Honolulu (District 2). You’ll find playgrounds, running trails and even dog-friendly parks dotted throughout the city; many parks feature gazebos and picnic areas that are ideal for large gatherings.
The State of Hawaii also maintains Koko Head Crater and Diamond Head Crater, where hikes are always an adventure (and each has a fantastic payoff at the summit). There are also many hiking trails for various experience levels that lead you to breathtaking views, including the one to Manoa Falls, the Wa’ahila Ridge Trail and the Kuli’ou’ou Ridge Trail. There truly is a way for everyone to enjoy our beautiful weather and tropical sun in Honolulu and the immediate area.
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