MLS® 661331 (Hawaii Real Estate) is located at 5710 Olohena Rd #14 KAPAA HI 96746 in KAPAA HOMESTEADS LYDGATE RISE AGRICULTURAL. The current listing status is Active. This 3 bed and 2 bath Home was built in 2001 and features 1556 finished sq.ft with a lot size of 0.51 acres. This property has a reported annual taxes of $1,647. This property is currently listed for an *asking* price of $1,319,000 (Fee Simple) - please call for an explanation of fee simple vs leasehold. Buying Real Estate in Hawaii is very different from the mainland. We can help. 808-298-2030 Click Here to read customer Reviews from people who have worked with this agent.
Come see this move-in ready upcountry 3/2 home on a half-acre of delightful tropical foliage! This 3/2 Kapaa home features a spacious enclosed lanai with hardwood ipe flooring and a single car garage. There is also a detached 500 sq. art studio/office with its own lanai. It has French doors with its own lanai and a side door entry also. It is wired for 110 & 220, for all kinds of projects.The home is located in Lydgate Rise, one of the nicest country neighborhoods in the Kapaa/Wailua area, just minutes from the conveniences of downtown Kapaa and its beaches! Close to the foot of Sleeping Giant Mountain, fun for family hiking. Light, bright and airy, this home features refinished solid oak floors, lots of windows, and a remodeled kitchen with travertine floor and composite stone countertop. Craftsman touches add to the charm of this home. A welcoming ipe front lanai is a perfect place to relax and enjoy the country setting. The spacious greatroom with vaulted ceiling is an open kitchen/dining/living area. The master suite has French doors that open to the front lanai, a jacuzzi tub and walk-in shower, as well as a custom wood countertop. The other two bedrooms offer privacy at the opposite end of the house, next to the second bath full bathroom. There are many fruit and hardwood trees on this property, which are fully matured after 18 years of growing. Trees include: Kou, Milo, Kukui nut, Lahala, and canoe trees, introduced by the Hawaiians when they came to Hawaii. Flowers include Hongkong orchids, multiple hibiscuses, bromeliads, olive, Madagascar and extraordinary blue jade vines. Fruit includes surinam cherry, bananas, lilikoi and grapefruit.
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Listing information last updated on July 2nd, 2022 at 4:08am HST.